LearnDash Lesson and Topic Progression Plugin Update 1.1

Topic Progression Using Storyline / Captivate

We at Discover eLearning are pleased to announce the version 1.1 release of our popular Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate integration add-on for LearnDash LMS. This release introduces a much requested feature that will be available to both our free and premium customers.

As you will see in this video that we have produced to showcase these great new features, we have now included the ability for learners to perform the same action that would typically mark a lesson or topic page as complete (within the Storyline or Captivate activity) on a page that has already been marked. This will automatically move the learner on to what will be the next lesson or topic page in the course navigation list.

Be aware that this functionality is meant to replicate the Next Lesson or Next Topic link that would usually be printed on to the screen by LearnDash LMS for the user to click. If the learner is on the final topic page in a lesson for example, then because this link would not usually be printed on to the page by LearnDash, then our plugin will not be able to automatically move the learner on to the next lesson. This they would need to perform themselves by clicking on the lesson link in the Course Navigation widget.

 

We hope that you enjoy using this new feature to the plugin. If you are a premium customer and require any support, please use the form that we have provided on the product page for the plugin: https://www.discoverelearninguk.com/store/learndash-lesson-topic-progression-using-storyline-captivate/ 

Chris Hodgson

About Chris Hodgson

Chris Hodgson is a Digital learning Solutions Developer and Director of Discover eLearning Ltd. He supports SMEs and large firms through the process of integrating eLearning into their organisation. Chris has over 10 years experience working in Higher Education, Independent Training Provider Sector and Charity Sector learning and development.

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