uQualio® — a new "WYSIWYG" Content Editor
Highlights of the release
uQualio® brings new features to improve user accounts' safety and a great leap forward in improving admin user experience with a new Content Editor:
Main features in uQualio® release from December 11, 2018:
Multiple log in attempts - redirect to "forgot password" and block user for an hour
We care for the safety of user accounts at uQualio®. That’s why we added additional features that restricts multiple log in attempts to prevent unauthorized access a user account.
"What You See Is What You Get" content editor
“What you see is what you get”
We have made a great improvement: now admin users get “what you see is what you get” Content Editor. That means that creating content looks almost exactly like the published Course. No more guessing where images are used and where the different descriptions are located. The layout is intuitive, which makes it much easier and a more pleasant experience to create Courses.
All changes are autosaved, so no need to worry that your progress will be lost.
NEXT button for publishing
If the admin user wants to publish a created Course right away, it can be done via the Next button. As always, it is as well possible to save a Draft as a Version and publish it later.
Question Editor: added "recommended characters" message
Because we care very much for a user-friendly mobile Course, we added a few recommendations on how to create a Test that looks good on mobile.
For example, an admin user is notified that the questions and answers are too long to look good on mobile and that we recommend keeping within a certain amount of characters.
Not possible to have empty Default Images
It is important that the users don’t get to see a Course with a missing Cover Image etc. That’s why we will always show standard images unless the admin user decides to change them. It is possible to replace an image, but not possible to delete it.
Added support of more languages for the Courses
We are internationally oriented and added a batch of new languages that the Courses can be created in. At the moment we support English, German, French, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Spanish languages.
uQualio® release from December 11, 2018, is in production on https://app.uqualio.com