• How to Add Duration to Links in a Learning Path

    To more accurately reflect the duration of a learning path, path editors can now add a duration to links included in a learning path. To add or edit a time duration for a link, click on the box under the title of your link. This provides learners an estimate of how much time they may need to review or complete the materials that are linked.


    Please note: Link durations will not contribute to minutes consumed in usage reports, which currently reflect video consumption only.

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  • How to Create Folders to Organize Public Learning Paths

    Admins can create folders to organize public learning paths. To create folders, navigate to Learning paths and click +New Folder in the left-hand navigation.

    Please note: currently group admins are unable to create folders for learning paths. 

    Give your folder a name and description.


    To add learning paths into a folder, navigate to a public learning path and click +Add to folder.


    Select the folders you would like to add the learning path to and click Save.


    Note: Only public learning paths can be added into a folder. You can learn more about how to create a learning path by clicking here. 

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  • How to Copy a Custom Category Into a Learning Path

    Admins and group admins can easily turn any custom category into a learning path in one, simple step.

    1. Select Manage at the right-hand top of the page and then Manage courses.

    2. Select the applicable custom category.


    3. Next, click the ellipses on the right-hand side and then Copy to learning paths.


    4. This will create a learning path with the courses in the custom category.


    Feel free to share as is, or customize by removing, editing, or adding content to meet your learning goals. 

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  • How to Duplicate a Learning Path

    Path editors can easily duplicate an existing private or public learning path by selecting ‘Duplicate’ in the dropdown menu. 

    Important: Path names must be unique for public paths available in your organization. If your path is public and is given the same name as an existing public path, you will be prompted to provide a unique name.

    Duplicating a learning path will not carry over any enrolled users from the original path.


    Once a path is duplicated, the new, duplicated path will have “Duplicate of” as a preface in the title, but it can be edited. 


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  • How to Find Recommended Courses for Learning Paths

    We know it can be difficult and time consuming to create a learning path from scratch. That’s why we offer powerful course recommendations when you create a learning path.

    You can access our recommended courses by creating a path, clicking Add content, and clicking Recommended courses.


    You will be prompted to select the skills you’d like to provide in your learning path.


    After selecting the skills you’re interested in, select the specific courses that best align to your learning goals. Click Add skills as section headings if you’d like to include those in your learning path.


    Click Add to learning path after you’ve selected your courses. From here, you’ll be able to edit your learning paths, reorder courses, and customize the Section headings and notes.


    You can learn more about how to create a learning path by clicking here.

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  • How to View Learning Path Insights

    Admins and group admins can view details on users enrolled in a learning path, their progress and if they were assigned or self-enrolled on the Path Insights page.

    Accessing Insights for public paths
    The Path Insights page for public paths can be accessed by going to Manage > Insights and Reporting > Path Insights, or by selecting ‘View path activity’ from within a Learning Path.



    If there is no entry in the ‘Assigned’ column, this indicates that the learner self-enrolled in the path, or they were unassigned the path but have not unenrolled from the path.

    Accessing Insights for private paths

    If the learning path is private, its Insights can be accessed by going to the learning path directly. Insights for private learning paths are not shown in the Path Insights Dashboard. Additionally, enrollments for private learning paths are not shown under the user enrollments in the Manage Users page.

    When is a learner’s data reported?

    When a learner is assigned or self-enrolls in a learning path, they will appear on the Path Insights dashboard and in path reporting after the next data refresh. Once they begin watching a course that is part of the path, they will be enrolled in that course and appear on the Course Insights dashboard.

    Please note that unassigning a learner from a path does not unenroll the learner from that path, and therefore they will still appear on the Path Insights dashboard and in path reporting. Their data will only be removed if they unenroll from the path from within their account.

    How is the learning path progress of a learner calculated?

    A learner’s progress is determined by calculating the number of items in the learning path that the learner has completed, versus the total number of items that are included in the path.

    For example, if a learning path includes 5 lecture videos and 2 quizzes, then the learner will need to complete 7 items in total to finish the path. If they have completed 3 items, then their progress would be posted as 3 / 7 items completed.


    What is the definition of “users enrolled” on the Path insights page?

    “Users enrolled” on the Path insights page refers to the number of learners who are currently enrolled in the assigned path. This figure includes users who have unenrolled or are anonymized. 

    These numbers can be different as “assigned to” refers to an action the admin took - assigning the path. The “users enrolled” is the number of learners currently enrolled. 


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