LMS Roadmap: Training History Export
By Brooke Oprsal
8/26/2019

 
 
 
 

Hello from Latitude R&D! This is Brooke Oprsal with a monthly update on some of our activities regarding the LatitudeLearning LMS product.

Recent Product Enhancement - Training History Export

On August 18, 2019, LatitudeLearning enhanced the LMS with result export functionality for the new Training History page. Open your Navigation page, then Training History page and click on a file icon in the upper right corner to download transcript results into .xlsx, .csv, or .pdf formats.






Upcoming Releases


In the coming weeks, we will be releasing a few minor enhancements that will allow for exporting of User Search, Audience and the My People page into Excel, CSV or PDF.

The next major enhancement to be released will be a Team Certifications page. The new Team Certifications page allows managers to review who on their team has achieved which level of Certification, and assign goals accordingly.


The following enhancements will complete the Student experience in the new UI, including Team Skills page, a new Featured Courses page with a new tiled based look, and finally a new Course Catalog.

Proposed Enhancements
There are currently 70+ proposed enhancements currently on the list. You can visit the Proposed Enhancement Page and vote for your favorite to get it moved up the list!

What's Coming
We will continue transitioning the Student/Manager experience to the new UI, including Featured Courses, Course Catalog and the Skills page. We’re very excited about our 2019 Roadmap!

About LMS Roadmap Series
This monthly series will keep you informed on improvements and future enhancements that will make your LMS experience even more powerful.

About LatitudeCG
Latitude CG, home of LatitudeLearning, the channel LMS and base to LatitudeConnect the software that drives channel performance. Over 3 million people across 10,000 organizations have used LatitudeLearning to manage training.

     




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