CADLearning Assist Release Notes Fall 2020

CADLearning Assist Release Notes Fall 2020

  • The Roles and Goals tab now brings everything you love about your CADLearning dashboard to CADLearning Assist, including your Pop Quiz, What’s Next, Roles and Goals, and the Progress chart
Individual Goals
  • Organization Administrators will also have access to the Organization Dashboard from the Gamification Tab. These at-a-glance charts provide Engagement Trends, Rock Stars, Skill Gaps, Users Improving, Users Struggling, Users Most Engaged, and Users Least Engaged.
Organization Dashboard
  • Clicking a Goal, Medallion, or Badge within Roles & Goals will take you directly to that page in a new browser tab.
Browser Tab
  • Clicking Assess My Progress will take the user directly to the assessment in the CADLearning portal.
Assessment
  • If you only want to use CADLearning Assist with specific products, you can simply adjust the settings to prevent it from launching in the products you do not want.
Assist Settings
  • The Library tab now includes filters to search the full library for a specific lesson, or click What’s New to quickly view updated content.
Library
Publishing Update Summer 2020

Publishing Update Summer 2020

Great news! The Civil 3D 2021 update is complete and live on Portal!

While it is relatively small in numbers, clocking in with 8 lessons, it is big on new content. Six lessons cover new features for Civil 3D, including creating and editing path-based pipe runs, and importing assets such as bridges and tunnels from Infraworks.

The remaining two lessons are updates to publishing and exporting Civil 3D objects to a file geodatabase and ArcGIS.

As always, the complete list of published lessons can be reviewed here.

Despite the optics of only 8 newly published lessons, rest assured the Content Team has been hard at work behind the scenes continuing to update our current products in addition to collaborating with partners and developing new content utilizing the ‘Accelerated Capture’ workflow. There are many irons in the fire and a handful of new products actively being developed. I’m excited to be working on these new products with clients and expect the outflow of completed content to pick up in pace in the coming months; and I’ll leave it at that.