Do you use LearnDash?
If you are or want to sell courses online make sure you’re up to speed on the powerful LearnDash LMS plugin for WordPress.
Especially with today’s updates! – Release Notes
Here’s a quick snapshot of the new features available to you an your students.
This update includes new profile features, new admin and group leader capabilities, a rebuilt database structure, and one feature in particular that gives you complete freedom over where & how to display content for learners…
LearnDash is already a well rounded multi-student learning environment but today’s changes are making it great!
User Profile Updates
One of the first items you will notice with this new version is that the front-end profile has been updated to include some additional quiz information.
Review Quiz Answers
Currently all quiz attempts are recorded against the profile along with the achieved scores. Now learners have the option to view their individual quiz answers at any point in time.
Admin Ability to Print User Certificates
Sometimes there are situations where it makes sense for the admin to print the certificate on behalf of the user. The admin and group leader roles now have the ability to do this from the user’s back-end profile.
Display Content to Specific Students or Groups
As you know, currently course content is only available to users who are enrolled into the course. These view permissions are restricted to the LearnDash course, lesson, topic, and quiz pages.
Reporting Update in Preparation for ProPanel 2.0
Of all the updates, this one is probably the most significant. We have completely reworked how LearnDash stores course and quiz data. This is important for a few reasons:
We’ve been building WordPress Campuses for experts and Small businesses for 2 years now and this is just another great update from Justin and his team.
At this point if you want to sell courses online with LearnDash you have a couple of options.
Pickup the latest version of LearnDash here?
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