October 2019  - Major Intuto release

Posted by Gary Peebles on Oct 8, 2019 12:02:26 PM

 

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Where are the new Intuto releases?

Posted by Gary Peebles on Sep 10, 2019 9:27:12 AM

When we started down the path of developing Intuto as a Learning Management System (LMS) that met the specific requirements of the modern SME segment, we started with some ideas, quickly built and tested them and then, based on user feedback, modified the initial platform to meet the real needs of the market. In short, we listened to our customers and released, changed and deleted features from the core idea to meet what they wanted. This was a great approach for the first growth period of the Intuto product and led to some great feature innovation.

As we got more and more customers, we started to have some other challenges - how to manage new developments, how to keep our diverse customers happy and…...eventually speed.

Registrations into courses were growing so fast that in a single month we had the same number of new course registrations as we had had in total for the two years leading up to that month!

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July Release - Site Settings and Subscriptions Cog

Posted by Seline McNamee on Jul 11, 2018 1:15:46 PM

What's new?

Site Settings in on the Move!

Following customer feedback, we have moved the Site Settings and Subscription access from under the company logo to a more obvious cog on the right-hand side.

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November Release - Users and Settings Update

Posted by Seline McNamee on Nov 13, 2017 11:04:07 AM

What's new?

We've updated Intuto with some changes to the Users and Settings pages. These changes have been made to help prepare the system for when we add more features, such as Course Collections, which are due in December.

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June Release - Improving the Content Views

Posted by Joshua Collins on Jun 23, 2017 11:29:05 AM

What’s New?

We’ve just updated Intuto with numerous bug fixes and some changes to the interface and navigation experience. The biggest change relates to the Content page where we’ve introduced a new grid view of your content and compressed the list view. This means it will no longer expand when you hover your mouse over it. This stops the page bouncing around which in extreme cases has been causing motion sickness.

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