Adobe Captivate Prime has launched a new release on February 28, 2016. We have introduced new features and made significant enhancements to the existing features. Read on to know the features.
Job Aids is a repository of training content that is accessible to learners without any enrollment or completion criteria. Learners can refer to these job aids to get assistance for performing any activity or task in an organization.
For more information on this feature, refer to Job Aids Help
An announcement is a multimedia message (text, image or video) that an Administrator can craft and broadcast to a defined set of users. Use Announcements to motivate learners to take up trainings and thus build a learning culture.
For more information on this feature, refer to Announcements Help
Adobe Captivate Prime supports the Tin Can API (also known as Experience API or xAPI) specification. You can upload and track Tin Can API compatible content similar to how you track SCORM and AICC content.
For more information, contact Adobe support team.
You can create a learning path by assigning a follow-up course or any learning activity automatically.
Events for learning plans have been updated. Couple of new events have been added. Refer to Learning plans feature for more information.
If you take any notes while consuming a course, Captivate Prime reminds you after 15 days by sending a notification to review the notes.
Administrators can define the scope of gamification by changing the scope settings. You can selectively enable gamification among similar profile users, groups or location. Refer to Gamification feature for more information.
Captivate Prime application is available in French and German languages. You can customize the language for feedback, course instances and communication.
There are significant enhancements to the existing features of Captivate Prime. Some of the predominant enhancements are as follows:
There are significant changes to the mandatory fields restriction in CSV upload feature. Refer to FAQ on CSV for more information.
By default, you can view courses as cards. A list view has been introduced in this release. You can click the triple bar icon adjacent to search field to change the view.
Now you can delete courses, learning programs and certifications at draft and retired stages. If a course is deleted and if it was part of any other learning object, then an appropriate message appears to the user. Refer to Courses feature for more information.