Tech Posts


Site Settings

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. For now, you will still be able to access site settings from the menu under the logo, but in August, the cog will be the only place to access site settings and subscription features. Do you have questions about any features inside Intuto? Book a free training session with us below! Book a Free Training Session Additional Updates Bug......

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May Release

What’s new? Manual Release of Certificates You can now hold back certificates until practical work is completed. Once you are happy all requirements are met, you can manually release the certificate with the click of a button. Learn more about manually releasing certificates. Bulk Upload Redesign Bulk upload is perfect if you want to upload and enrol many users all at once. The bulk upload section of Intuto has been redesigned to be easier to use, faster and more flexible. You can now add groups, enrol users into collections and see what......

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Intuto.com

What’s new? We’ve been working on fine-tuning the performance & security behind the scenes to help improve Intuto. You won’t see anything flashy on the front, but you should experience enhanced speed across the site. We have also managed to fit in a few new features and improvements, including making it possible to use a link to enrol users into a collection and a new look www.intuto.com website. Please read on to find out more. Collection Changes You can now create a shareable link for a collection. When used, a user will automatically......

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November Update

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. The biggest changes can be seen on the Users page where we’ve introduced a ‘Bulk Actions’ button. This makes it easy to update multiple user accounts at a time. Using bulk actions you can: add users to a group enrol users into one or more courses bulk reset passwords make users inactive Groups......

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June Release - Improving the Content Views

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. Introducing the New Content Page Take a look at the new designs. You can easily switch between the two views to......

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Intuto-Update

Here at Intuto we’ve been working hard to get our next update out, which improves the platform by amending some of the ways the various tools are currently used and adding features that users have suggested and that many of you will be able to apply in your day to day use of the system. In this update you will find: Extra help with content publishing Improved design to help make sharing content easier Content registration renewals Bulk encouragement emails Bug fixes Update 1: Publish Page New help button  You will now......

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go live #2

This week’s first go live was full of performance enhancements, bug fixes and an improved journey for brand new users. We are aware however that a lot of our existing customers might not see or care too much about these, so along comes this week’s go live #2! Along with even more general bug fixes and improvements similar to the previous go live,we’ve included a new way for you to contact us from within the Intuto system! You’ll now see this little button at the bottom of every page after you have......

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As mentioned in the previous technology post, many months ago a prototype was built to prove the most important (and clever) parts of the system.  The development of this prototype,  and the mantra for simple and fun online learning, lead the dev team to use the code name Simply Fun for this development.   Of course, a prototype isn’t really a prototype until someone has seen it and started trying to use it as though it is a production system!  In <italic>Simply Fun</italic>’s case, it was our CEO who had just seen the......

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The Intuto development team has almost 40 years experience, almost all of which is in developing online learning systems (learning management systems, content management systems, course authoring tools).  Over the years we have learnt a lot, including to hate IE6, love javascript and most importantly that cool technology is no good if users can’t understand how to use it without reading a huge manual. Over the years we have tried lots of different scoping methodologies.  Ultimately we came to the conclusion that getting users involved early and often was the best approach where......

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