Is it me, or is there virtually no moderation or Adobe staff attention to this forum? I am asking my question from three weeks ago again:
In the newest update to Prime, there is provision for a Captivate ID login method. When you select it, and create an external user group, the users still get the same Adobe ID sign up form. What IS the Captivate Prime ID and how does it differ from Adobe ID?
I really want to provide Prime accounts to learners for self-registration, but I don't want to force them to get Adobe IDs. Please explain how this can be accomplished - SSO is not an option, because the learners are all external.
Hi Nis Ove Jornaes
Apologies for inconvenience caused.
Captivate Prime Id and Adobe Id are both the same however for external user, you do not need Adobe Id. External user can sign in to Captivate Prime using the Enrollment link send by the Admin of the Captivate Prime Account.
SSO for external user feature is now available in Prime if you wish to setup SSO for external user i will send you the steps.
For more details please refer this link Add users or user groups in Captivate Prime .
In all my tests, the external link you refer to, takes the user to an Adobe ID form. Why did you invent a distinct login method (called Captivate ID) if it is the same as the Adobe ID login method?
Could you please list the procedure, step by step, by which I can establish a learner in Captivate Prime, WITHOUT requiring them to have an Adobe ID? I don't care if the learner is internal or external - I just don't want my learners to have to enter into the Adobe marketing machine, in order to take the courses I offer. SSO is not an option, because the learners aren't from the same network or even organization.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Yes, I am interested to know if I can give my learners a password. I don't want them to bother enrolling for an adobeID and getting adobe adverts etc.