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We closed out the second week of January with a bang 🎆. Here’s a look at our weekly results PLUS our new ICYMI section that showcases important posts from last week 👇👇👇 Top 5 Leaderboard: Member Weekly Points 1 @Bfarkas 453 2 @lrnlab 393 3 @lrodman 207 4 @Annarose.Peterson 136 5 @dklinger 95 It’s a rinse and repeat for the top 3 last week as @Bfarkas @lrnlab @lrodman held on to their same spots.@Annarose.Peterson moved up a place and we welcomed back @dklinger for his first leaderboard finish of the New Year! Great job! Welcome to our newest membersIt’s official, we hit 4500 members last week as we said hello to 57 new members 💥. Congratulations to @marygh who was our 4500th member 🎉 We absolutely love sharing these growth milestones and are incredibly excited to be continuing this momentum into the New Year. Here we come 5000! Levelling UpWe had 17 members level up in their ranks last week
It’s a brand new year which means it’s time to share the 2023 release schedule for Docebo Learn. As always, be sure to check out the detailed resources from Docebo Help, Docebo University and Docebo Community for each release. In 2023, we are focused on outcome based product updates to ensure that you experience high impact changes on your solutions. Take a look at the below Q&A for more information on this year’s releases:Is there a centralized location in the community where I can find more details on the Product feature and maintenance updates each month? There sure is! Your monthly product updates (for Docebo Learn and other Docebo solutions like Shape, Content, Connect and Learning Impact) will appear in our community Product Updates page on the last Thursday of each month. Be sure to subscribe to this page so you never miss an update! What dates should I expect for product updates this year?Exact dates are subject to change based on the discretion of Docebo, however, to ensu
Hello January! We love showcasing the weekly results including the top 5 leaderboard, number of new members and all those that levelled up in the previous week BUT, this year, we are adding an ICYMI (in case you missed it) section to these weekly posts to highlight important posts in the community last week so you don’t miss a beat 🎵. Top 5 Leaderboard: Member Weekly Points 1 @Bfarkas 821 2 @lrnlab 551 3 @lrodman 411 4 @paolo.gaioni 214 5 @Annarose.Peterson 203 What a week! We haven’t seen all 5 in the top spots each having over 200 points since last October 💥. Holding strong in the first week of 2023 is @Bfarkas @lrnlab and @lrodman. We’re also excited to welcome back @Annarose.Peterson and our very own @paolo.gaioni into the top 5. Way to go everyone! 👏 Welcome to our newest membersLast week, we welcomed 32 new members inching just a few members away from 4500 which means next week we’ll have som
These results are from the weeks of December 19-25 and 26-30. That’s a wrap on December 2022! The last two weeks were pretty quiet but we still have results to share. Take a look at who landed a top spot for each week as well as the number of new joins and all those that levelled up for both weeks to close out the year. Top 5 Leaderboards:DEC 19-25 Member Weekly Points 1 @Bfarkas 474 2 @lrodman 433 3 @lrnlab 145 4 @lhubbard 🆕 102 5 @dklinger 99 DEC 26-JAN 1 Member Weekly Points 1 @Bfarkas 196 2 @lrodman 181 3 @alberto.pegoraro 100 4 @lrnlab 91 5 @gstager 62 Claiming the top 2 spots in both weeks was @Bfarkas and @lrodman! Plus @dklinger and @lrnlab each secured a top spot in one of the last two weeks of the year. Congratulations 🙌 Making their way into the top 5 for the very first time was @lhubbard and it was a pleasure to welcome back @alberto.pegoraro and @gstag
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I think the title probably explains it all, curious what folks are doing for badges, and most curious about the “not everyday” ones. The interesting, the silly ones, maybe some internal jokes to see if anyone gets them…..Anyone doing these kinds of things?
I want to see what the site looks like and edit css for larger monitors than what I have and use Is there a good way to do this without simply buying a 4k monitor? I don’t really need one other than for testing particularly. I suppose I’d also want to see not just how CSS works and applies but how layout works and how graphics look - which MIGHT require an actual device. Macbook pro is 2560x1600 but I don’t know a lot about the mac-pc divide. I’ve seen screenshares of 4k monitors on zoom and the pages are very narrow with massive white spaces to the left and right.
These results are from the week of December 12-16. Can you believe we’re halfway through December!? Check out last week’s results 👇 Top 5 Leaderboard: Member Weekly Points 1 @Bfarkas 290 2 @lrnlab 229 3 @lrodman 185 4 @dkraige 91 5 @hwolfehall 89 Holding strong in the top 3 once again are @Bfarkas @lrnlab and @lrodman but it was the very first top 5 finish for @dkraige and @hwolfehall. You’re in good company 😀 Way to go everyone!! Welcome to our newest membersWhile things are definitely starting to slow down as we head into the holidays, we welcomed 35 new members last week. Have you noticed our member count recently? We’re just over 60 members away from 4500! I wonder if we’ll get there before the New Year. ⏳ Levelling UpLast week, we had 10 members take their ranks to a higher level. Check them out ⬇⬇⬇ NEW Rank (4) 👉 Novice 👉 Contributor 👉 Influencer Newcomer @WMR4282 @gracesharpe
Does anyone receive emails that a user completed their self-paced learning; however, it’s not showing marked as completed even though there’s a little blue check mark? When you hover over those little blue check marks they say “activity in progress” or “activity completed”. I am ALWAYS explaining this. You would think that those blue check marks mean it’s completed. Any suggestions or should I submit an idea that they are deceiving and maybe Docebo can add another little icon that is applicable to the actual status?
There’s a brand new free adobe AI audio improver that came out yesterday, hopefully it comes to premiere soon:https://podcast.adobe.com/enhanceThis is useful to me and hopefully others too! Works amazingly. Now I just need to pull apart 300 videos into .wav so I can clean them up, haha
Among all of the options available to us for presenting content to learners, I am wondering how much success some of you may be having with quick and simple solutions that link source content to a website.Example - internal product introduction for new hires by driving them to the (extremely well designed and informative) company website, or introducing a new process to project managers by driving them to a knowledge base site where the processes are well documented.The idea is to leverage existing content and not reinvent the wheel. For those who do this, do you create an assessment along with it to check knowledge and make sure they have actually gone to the site and reviewed the information? And have you had positive results with this method?TIA!
These results are from the week of December 5-9. Let’s take a look at our weekly results from the first week of December ⬇⬇⬇ Top 5 Leaderboard: Member Weekly Points 1 @Bfarkas 446 2 @lrodman 382 3 @lrnlab 227 4 @Daniel 157 5 @KMallette 152 Congrats to our top 3 held on to their spots from the previous week. Great work! We also welcomed back @Daniel and @KMallette in a top 5 finish last week. 👍 Welcome to our newest membersLast week, we said hello to 36 new members. While this number is lower than we’ve seen in a while, it is up from the same week last year, which was 32 📊. Shoutouts to @tobyspencer0720 and @amerritt for telling us a little more about themselves. 😀 Levelling UpHere’s a look at the 17 members who climbed up in their ranks last week. Yup, we see you 👀 NEW Rank (10) 👉 Novice 👉 Contributor Newcomer @kennedyschultz @hpelszynski @kcanderson @Davinat @KevinH @FredTacon
We’ve had multiple users in different location having problems in Docebo this morning. The system status says everything okay but we can’t upload images to courses, upload SCORM files, update notifications and mail isn’t being sent via the course or newsletter functionality.We are in the UK.I’ve reported it to support, I’m just curious if anyone else is having issues.Thanks,Aimee
These results are from the week of November 28 - December 2. Here’s a look at the results from the last week of November to see who made their way into the top 5, the number of new members joined as well as all of those that levelled up. Top 5 Leaderboard: Member Weekly Points 1 @Bfarkas 412 2 @lrodman 389 3 @lrnlab 218 4 @Annarose.Peterson 193 5 @claudio.mazza 192 Congrats to each on of you for landing a top spot last week! Shoutout to our very own @claudio.mazza for his top 5 finish! 👍 Welcome to our newest membersWe closed out November by welcoming 42 new members! Big thanks to @nicola.gurrado for taking a minute to introduce yourself. What an interesting superpower! 🦇 Levelling UpTake a peek at all those that took their ranks to a higher level last week. ⬇⬇⬇ NEW Rank (13) 👉 Novice 👉 Contributor Newcomer @Chet @jackdickinson @jliberatore @mcmoshe @tonypellegrino @Arturo @drosales
I’m getting a lot of help tickets about this in our new rolloutHow do you explain this to your users? I want a way to say it that conveys the same meaning as “the browser back and forward buttons are broken and don’t work, so don’t try to use them please” that sounds better...
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So - I asked this question a little while ago and answered my own question:Now we did some structural changes and we landed up with a dreaded “white screen of death”.(It blinked content is loading and then never loads).I tried a few different times to ensure that I wasnt cray cray.I even went and changed over to another version.I opened a ticket.But now I ask YOU - the folks that work with Rise 360 and other external authoring tools...you have folks that are in progress and completed that are hitting that white screen of death - what DO YOU DO?I will tell you that I can reset the training progress for peeps (cough painful) that have started and have completed - that? seems to work.I will reiterate - I put in a ticket.(squeak - help),-Dan
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