Captivate Prime app for learners is available for both Android phone users and iPhone users. Go to either Google Play Store (Android OS) or iTunes (macOS), and download the Captivate Prime app.
After you download and install this app, log in to the app using your learner credentials. When you open the Captivate Prime mobile app, the following screen is displayed by default.
Viewing badges, skills, and gamification points
The default screen displays your recently achieved badges, skills, and gamification points just below your profile info. If you are using a phone, the recently achieved badges are displayed. Swipe right to see more information.
My Pending Learnings
By default, the screen displays the courses that you are enrolled in. The donut chart displays the learning overdue, learnings nearing deadline, and learnings on track.
Tap a course to view the details of the course, your completio
Tap the icon next to the book icon at the bottom of the screen. You can immediately view the catalog with all the associated learning objects. You can choose to view them in
Sorting and filtering
Click the sort icon at the upper right corner of the courses or catalog screen to sort the learning objects alphabetically (ascending or descending), or by published date. You can also filter the learning objects by type, completion status, skills, or by tags. Tap and select the filter and tap Apply to apply the filter.
Using the Search functionality
At the bottom of your phone screen, you can see a search icon. Tap that icon to search for learning objects by course metadata, unique Id, skills, and so on.
Managing profile, settings, and notification
Tap the sandwich menu at the bottom of the screen to view your profile, notifications, downloads, as well as account settings.
This menu also allows you to scan the QR code for marking attendance for courses. All you need to do is, tap the Scan QR Code option and scan the code.
Offline consumption of courses
When you consume downloaded courses while you are online, Prime will access the downloaded course instead of making server calls.