What's new in Coassemble?
We've retired subtopic and topic numbers from lessons
We've retired the fields for adding topic and sub-topic numbers to lessons. For any of our users who use this feature, you simply just need to prefix a number to your topic or screen titles.
In fact, that's exactly what we've done for topic or screen titles that previously used these fields! Yep, we've automatically prefixed these numbers to the titles for you, so there won't be anything for you to do, and nothing changes for your learners — easy!
Google SSO for Enrollment Links
We've added support for Google SSO on the enrollment links sign-in flow, making it easier than ever for your learners to sign up for a new course.
If your learners are already logged in with Google, then the next time they access an enrollment link, they'll automatically be logged straight into the course. This is how online training was supposed to be — easy!
Oh, and how could we forget to mention the fresh lick of paint we added in the process! 😍
Courses in the resource library
Yes, we've finally done it — courses now appear in the resource library!
Now you can manage all of your courses and course resources from a single page. This includes all the functionality you would expect; previewing, editing, duplicating, moving, and archiving courses.
Custom domain and Email bundle
Our custom domain and email feature was launched as a premium upgrade to all customers on a Coassemble subscription!
Setting up a custom domain makes your workspace more recognizable and consistent with your brand, allowing you to direct your users to a domain you own instead of being directed to mycompany.coasssemble.com.
Likewise, configuring a custom email address ensures that any email notifications sent to your users, are sent from a domain you own, instead of email@example.com.
For technical details, check out the following articles:
Custom Favicons and Site title
You can now add a custom favicon and site title to your workspace. This feature is available to all customers on a Coassemble subscription.
What is a favicon and site title?
A favicon, also known as a browser icon, shortcut icon, or bookmark icon, is a small image that represents your website. Favicons are most commonly found in your website address bar or in your browser tab followed by your site title. An example of this is shown in the image below. The image is the favicon, and the text displayed after the image is the site title.
For details, on how to configure you custom favicon and site title, check out the following articles:
Updated Report for Learners
We've updated the report your learners see when reviewing results, with a much cleaner design, making reading results easier.
By default learners are presented with a summary of results for each module with the ability to drill down into lessons, quizzes, and assignments for more detailed information.