NetExam Spring 2017 Release - On Production Servers
Posted by Prasad De Silva on 06 February 2017 02:25 AM
At Media Defined, customer success is our top priority! Our goal is to enable our customers to make the most of each new release. We continue to improve NetExam based on your requests and usage. As part of our ongoing investment in the NetExam Learning Management System, Media Defined is pleased to present the following upgrades and product features as part of NetExam Spring 2017 Release. The new enhancements are documented and presented in the NetExam Support Knowledgebase and Webinar to enable you to implement and use the new features. We appreciate your suggestions and feedback and will continue to develop our product with you at the top of the list. Thank you for being a NetExam customer!
Practical Exam App
NetExam has developed a new mobile app that can be used in practical hands-on exams and evaluations. Designated examiners can evaluate user's performance based on an assigned rubric. They could also create video recordings of the users and store them with the user's transcripts.
New UI for Public Catalog with custom filters
The enhanced public catalog UI will provide the learner with a powerful interface to easily find training. It features a configurable set of filters on the
NetExam’s new Learning Paths provide a way for Administrators to create a recommended sequence of training items for learners based on attributes such as job role. Read more
NetExam has introduced a new Trainer Dashboard. This dashboard provides instructors with a view of the class they are assigned to teach with roster management tools, email
Ravello Virtual Labs for On-Demand Courses
Templates for ILT Classes
NetExam now supports
Support for multiple types of ILT Courses
NetExam has enhanced its support for Instructor Led Training by introducing types for classes. Classes can now be categorized as “Meet once”, “Multiple events” and “Ongoing event” Read more
Support for Custom Fields in Certification Eligibility
NetExam has enhanced the Certification eligibility criteria by incorporating custom fields added to the User object. To use a custom field for eligibility, check the “Use for tagging” checkbox on the custom field definition view. This will allow
Individual due dates and requirement status for Courses and Certifications
This functionality allows the administrators to bulk enroll users to certifications and courses and specify individual dues dates and requirement statuses. As an example, you can make a course required for one individual while it making it optional for another. Read more
Manage eMail preferences at the Certification Level
You can now manage email preferences at the certification level. This will give you more granular control of emails that are associated with a given certification. You can manage these settings via the new “Email Preferences” section which is added to the certification
Quick Course Publishing
NetExam now allows you to publish a course without having to add it to a Certification or Course Group. A new “Publish” button has been added to the course view. By clicking this button and then selecting the target User Group and User Type you can publish the course to the intended audience. Read more
MS Dynamics CRM Enhancement
Microsoft CRM is a fully integrated customer relationship management system (CRM) designed to help organizations attract, keep and develop profitable customer relationships. NetExam’s integration with MS Dynamics works similarly to
Course Tile Library
Catalogs with graphical course tiles have been popular among our learner communities. The new course tile library helps you manage and standardize the images you use in these course tiles. Read more
Complete Course in order for Certifications
You can now specify the course order which user should take when taking the certification.
Enhancements to the Communications Report
NetExam has enhanced its Communication Report view by adding several new fields and new filters. We have added fields for Email Address, Primary User Group, Job function and introduced a new filter for the primary user group.
The NetExam Team