The August 2020 release of Adobe Captivate Prime focuses on enhancing Administrator’s reporting capabilities by offering pre-configured reports that cover important aspects of the platform.
In addition, there are many useful features around content management, APIs and more. Read on to find out more.
Highlights of this release
Administrators can now view ready-made reports to view the overall activity in the account. It helps the Administrator immensely to gauge the health of the account in three major aspects:
- Learning Summary
- User Activity
- Training content
For more information, see Dashboards in Captivate Prime.
Private content folders
All contents of the Content Library in Captivate Prime are always visible to all authors, including custom authors. With this release, Administrator can configure private content folders and provide its access to specific custom-authors using Custom Roles.
For more information, see:
Caption for videos
Captivate Prime now supports captions for video content uploaded in Captivate Prime. Now, authors can upload the file containing captions, along with the video file. Then, the learners can view the captions during the playback of the video module.
For more information, see Support for WebVTT format.
Captivate Prime now provides a way to export multiple reports like User data, Learner Transcript, Gamification, Feedback reports and more, as a unified dataset to Power BI. This allows Power BI users to merge the data from multiple reports to present much powerful analytics and visualizations in Power BI.
For more information, see Unified reports in PowerBI.
Custom FTP integration
Captivate Prime already supports FTP services like Exavault and Box. In this update, Captivate Prime provides the ability to connect to a customer’s own custom FTP location.
For more information, see Configure Custom FTP.
Learn all about L1 and L3 feedback enhancements and enabling L1 feedback at the course and account level. For more information, see the section, Feedback enhancements in the What’s new page.
- Instructor comments for rejection of an activity
- Download posts in social
- Manager Notifications for Learner course Approval
- Adobe Connect Connector
- Catalog labels
For more information, see What’s new.
- Social learning API
- Redeem Gamification point API
- Jobs API
- Public API
- Learner API
- L1 feedback API
For more information, see What’s new.
Check out Captivate Prime’s API reference.
Changes to existing behavior
- Changes in column names
- Data retention policy for Exavault and Box FTP services
- Custom Roles – via CSV import
For more information, see Changes to existing behavior.
Bug fixes and known issues
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The April 2020 release of Adobe Captivate Prime consists of performance enhancements, API changes, manager workflows, social learning, reporting, bug fixes, and other enhancements.
This release focuses on the following categories:
- Performance enhancements
- Classroom training enhancements
- Manager workflow enhancements
- Social learning enhancements
- Reporting enhancements
- Learner experience enhancements
- New content type AUDIO when migrating modules and job aids
- New and enhanced APIs
- Bug fixes
For more information, see the What's new document. Please let us know your feedback on the release and suggest product improvements.
We'll explore the new features in subsequent blogs.