I’m hoping someone has worked with ecommerce products and knows where the “modal” description shows up. I know for sure it shows up in a collection detail page, but wasn’t sure if it shows up anywhere else?Thanks-
What does this advanced option do on a page? Does it allow you to update one page and that update applies to all pages that are an exact copy of the original page? I can’t find any documentation on it other than documents that just say that you can select it? What is it and how does it work?
Are you charging for your education? Let me know how you’re using it.
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Has anyone seen an increased interaction with your learning when using TI Communities?
Hello! Curious if anyone has any best practices about how to create custom reports in the reporting hub specifically for course level survey data. I am looking to be able to create one report (which I can filter by content title) and then see all of the survey questions and answers for each person in that course. This might be super easy to do - but I am just really struggling with how to make this happen! Any guidance is appreciated!
Hi folks, I’m trying to find the BEST way for our trainers to view the results of a test to:Monitor and see the whole class and their test grades as they complete the assessment See the individual questions for each learner, their answer, and if it was correct and incorrectHow do you do it?Built in report? If so, which one? Custom report? If so, would you share an example of what you’ve included?Any thoughts or ideas are welcome!!TIA,Julie
Hi there! Wondering if anyone has best practices for creating filters for a course catalog that’s available in two languages? I know it isn’t possible to translate the filters themselves, but is there anything creative I can do to group items together beyond by what language they’re available in? Our catalog is starting to get a little messy. 😅
The Wednesday morning sessions of Cognition22 were packed to the top with the concept of “Building without Limits”. It was all about Helium, Thought Industries' new tools for a headless LMS. It’s another IYKYK situation. In combination with the No Code/Low Code solutions, there is no limit to what can be built for learners. It was really a mind-blown type of experience to listen to it all. Barry Kelly, Todd Boes, Chris McClelland and Michael Siegel gave us all a lot to think about, dream about, even.And then came Ryan Dillon’s Hot Takes Live! - Be careful if you ever get invited to the hot seat! Peter Scott of the American Pet Products Association and Katie Barr, at Haymarket US really emphasized the use of marketing to target monetization and scaling strategies as lessons learned during pandemic times. And they ate wings with HOT SAUCES. And survived.I sat in on the VR session - it was AMAZING to see how the team at the Damage Prevention Academy, led by Jay Stevens, have been able to
How energizing today was! Cognition22 opened with Robin Wadsworth building up the energy and focusing attention on the content for the day. Barry Kelly, as the visionary he is, talked about what learning everywhere can mean as we build our strategies without limits. And then he backed it up with people who do just that every day: Henry Schuck is the CEO of ZoomInfo, TI’s Overall Excellence award winner, and showed why as he spoke to the importance of customer education in his customer success and the role education played as they scaled to be REALLY BIG. This was followed by a great conversation with Zack Parnell, the CEO of ITI, another TI award winner. Zack showed us how this happened by talking through the way they’re launching new technologies into the learning everywhere scenarios. It was amazing to hear the progress they’ve made. Favorite quote: Henry Shuck said “ROI and CE go hand in hand”.And if you ever wanted to see how the maturity model really works, this was the day. Tom
Hi all,Is anyone an expert on giving our Manager Roles in TI?We often run into problems with the permissions and the design change of the manager role menu did not make the whole thing more intuitive for us.Happy to connect!
Learning paths help define personalization in a program. How have you leveraged this functionality to define by role or persona? or are there other definitions for your learning paths?
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