Availability date: 5-12-2019
Improvements (22.214.171.124 on 12-12-2019)
- The learners export could not have been downloaded from the Mission Center for huge learners database (10 000 learners and more). A very important optimization has been done and you can now download it in a few seconds.
Please notice that this file is no more ordered but Excel is very fast to do that.
It happened in the Mission Center that when a manager modified custom fields, other managers could no longer see their learners, or when a manager deleted a training course's secondary category, other managers could no longer see this course. Fortunately, this kind of misadventure was very rare. Today, they are even part of the past thanks to our bug hunters.
Some of our clients have chosen to import new learners without going through the Mission Center, but by depositing CSV files on a FTP. These CSV files, probably feeling very alone there, were sometimes avenging themselves by disabling learners. Maybe they did not want them to learn anymore. Since this update, we have talked to them, and they agree to never disable learners again.
For most of us, the Terms of Services are small, unpleasing lines. Nevertheless, it is mandatory to display them, so why not display them quickly? We have optimized the servers for displaying these conditions faster in the apps when they are changed from the Mission Center.
Since we activated the cache on our servers (so that our solution runs faster for you), some images (including those of off-the-shelf contents) never appeared ... So, it was indeed faster, but it was also a lot less convenient. It was not what we wanted. We fixed that so images are displayed quickly AND well.
We noticed that when the keywords associated to a training were too long, they did not display correctly in the app. Which was not very enjoyable for the learners, because the key word "anticon ..." could be "anticonsumerism", but also "anticonspiratorial" or "anticonvulsive", and these are not the same, right? From now on, we even display the long words: No more "discrimin..."