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Share to Social Learning

  1. Learning Manager User Guide
  2. Introduction
    1. New features summary
    2. Release Notes
    3. System requirements | Adobe Learning Manager
    4. Adobe Learning Manager reference site (ALM reference site) package for AEM Sites
    5. Adobe Learning Manager App for Microsoft Teams
    6. Learning Manager compliance to GDPR
    7. Accessibility in Learning Manager
    8. Support for custom domain
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    1. Getting started as Administrator
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    15. Multiple SSO Logins
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    18. AI-based recommendation of courses
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    32. Getting started as Administrator
    33. Purge users
    34. Tags
    35. Learning Manager Content Catalog
    36. Custom roles
    37. Catalog labels
    38. xAPI in Learning Manager
    39. Monitoring and moderating Social Learning as an admin
    40. Enable full control of shared catalog
    41. Map skill with skill domains
  5. Integration Admin
    1. Migration manual
    2. Learning Manager Connectors
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    4. Install Salesforce package in Learning Manager
    5. Install Microsoft Teams connector
    6. Application developer manual
    7. Learning Manager App for Salesforce
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    9. Manage custom roles via CSV files
  6. Authors
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    6. Adobe Connect integration
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    8. User notifications
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    10. How to choose course modules?
    11. Preview as learner
    12. Settings
    13. xAPI in Learning Manager
  7. Instructor
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    11. Gamification
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    13. Announcements
    14. Waitlist & attendance management
    15. Learning Manager app for Salesforce
    16. Adobe Connect integration
    17. Learner App for mobiles and tablets
    18. Social Learning in Learning Manager
    19. Adobe Learning Manager desktop application
    20. Learner home page
    21. Share to Social Learning
    22. System requirements | Adobe Learning Manager desktop application
  9. Manager
    1. User log in
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  10. Frequently Asked Questions
    1. Frequently Asked Questions for Administrators
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    3. Frequently Asked Questions for Instructors
    4. Frequently Asked Questions for Managers
  11. Knowledge Base
    1. Unable to log in to Learning Manager
    2. Learning Summary does not display current data
    3. Unable to upload a CSV
    4. Generate a HAR file
    5. L1 feedback auto popup does not appear
    6. Unable to view certain courses under catalog while creating a Certification
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    8. Issues in retiring a Learning Program
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    12. Troubleshoot migration issues
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    14. Users get auto deleted in Learning Manager
    15. Publishing issues in the EU domain
    16. Unable to register as external user
    17. Okta Active Directory integration with Adobe Learning Manager
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    19. Unable to view calendar
    20. Module is not marked complete after completing a course
    21. Unable to achieve a skill after completing a course
    22. Radio buttons are missing
    23. Unable to view file submissions in Learning Manager

Learn how to use Social bookmark-let to instantly share a user's online learnings onto the social web.

Share to social learning is a bookmarklet that allows learners to share their online learnings like web pages and blogs with their peers. This feature is supported only on desktop browsers.

On clicking this bookmarklet from the bookmark bar, it opens as a pop-up window with or within the web page depending on the browser that is to be shared.

Share to social window
Share to social window


Ensure that you allow pop-up windows in your browser. 


If you are logged into Learning Manager, then the bookmarklet automatically logs into your account, otherwise, you have to sign in using your Learning Manager credentials as a learner.

Add a description for your post and then select the board in which you want to post to and click Post. The board is posted on your dashboard which can be viewed by clicking Go to Post. 

Add share to social bookmark-let to the bookmarks bar

To add this bookmarklet to the bookmarks bar on your browser, do the following:

  1. Ensure that the bookmarks tab is enabled in the browser. 

  2. Log in to Learning Manager as a learner. 

  3. Click Social Learning from the left navigation panel. If it is not visible, then contact your administrator. 

  4. Drag the Share to Social icon to the bookmarks bar in your browser.


    Drag-and-drop does not work on few browsers like Chrome in Mac and  Microsoft Edge on Windows. For more information, click here.

    Drag bookmark-let to bookmarks bar
    Drag bookmark-let to bookmarks bar

Enabling the bookmarks bar on different browsers


  • Click the main menu button, represented by three dots located in the upper right corner of the browser window.
  • Select Settings, from the drop-down menu. The settings screen can also be accessed by entering chrome://settings into the browsers address bar.
  • Locate the Appearance section, which contains an option labeled show the bookmarks bar accompanied by a check box. To ensure that the bookmarks bar is always displayed when you load a page, check the check box by clicking it once. To disable this feature, simply  remove the check mark.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Click the menu button and select customize.
  • Click the Toolbars drop-down menu at the bottom of the screen and choose Bookmarks toolbar.
  • Click done. 

Internet Explorer

  • Right click the settings icon from the upper right corner of the browser. Or use Alt + C on keyboard for favorites bar window to open.
  • To make the favorites bar visible on the browser, click Favorites bar

Microsoft Edge

  • Click the main menu button represented by three dots from the upper right corner > Settings > Favorites bar.
  • To enable the favorites bar, click the on/off switch.


  • Click View menu > Show Favorites bar. (Keyboard shortcut: Command + Shift + B)

How to manually add bookmark-lets to the bookmarks bar on different browsers

To manually add bookmark-lets to the bookmarks bar, right-click the Share to Social icon > Copy link address, and follow the below procedure:

Chrome in Mac OS

  1. Click the collapsed menu icon from your browser >  Bookmarks > Bookmarks Manager.

  2. Click Bookmarks menu  options > Add new bookmark.

  3. Two input fields in the pop-up dialog appear. Type a name of your choice for the bookmark like Share to Social in the first field.

  4. Paste the Share to social link address in the second field.

Microsoft Edge in Windows

  1. Ensure that your favorites bar is visible. Right click the favorites bar > Create new folder.

  2.  To add the URL to your favorites bar folder you like, click the Bookmarks hub icon > Bookmarks icon

  3. Save any online page to the folder and rename it to Share to Social.

  4. Select the bookmarks hub icon  > Share to Social > Edit URL.

  5. Paste the link address and click the enter button.

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