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March 2022: Platform Updates

Outline

This article is designed to inform you about each product's newest features and enhancements. Explore this month's platform updates and connect to the knowledge base articles in Experience.

Please contact your dedicated Customer Success Manager if you have any follow-up questions.

Platform Enhancements Shipped:

  • Linkedin Sharing
    • See “Courses Gaps II - Certification Flow Enhancements” on the Roadmap

Share Awards on LinkedIn with a Single Click

In the past, sharing awards on LinkedIn that were earned on the Intellum platform was not intuitive. Now learners can share Badges, Awards, and Certifications on LinkedIn with a single click.

Learners can use Add to LinkedIn profile to show off learning achievements

This update allows admins to present users with the option to share their accomplishments directly to the Licenses and Certifications section of their LinkedIn profiles. We’ve provided admins with a detailed overview of the catalog properties and settings required to enable this exciting new feature.

Empower users to get the recognition they deserve on LinkedIn while promoting your education initiative to each learner’s network. WIN-WIN!

Click here to upgrade your social share experience!

Up Next:

Video

Next month’s update will focus on significant improvements to how video works in the platform, getting us closer to the all-new video learning experience. This is a big milestone in the 2022 roadmap, setting the stage for a dedicated video destination within the platform.

When the learner experience is segmented at the highest navigational level by categories of content like Courses (think traditional curriculum), Articles (think reference materials, guides, and knowledgebase), Video (think all things live and on-demand), and Social, our clients will truly have a single, comprehensive solution for deploying and tracking everything educational in nature.

This means that the Intellum platform will be much more than an LMS and more than an LXP; it will be the future of corporate EdTech. W00t!