Tutorials Administrator Tools V5 – Version Control in eLeaP V5 – Version Control in eLeaP Account Options V5 - System quick tour V5 Tutorials: How to do everything in eLeaP V5 - How to manage your eCommerce LMS V5 - How to view your profile V5 - How to view your Administrator profile V5 - How to customize your LMS account profile Administrator Tools V5 - How to assign Observation Checklists V5 - How Supervisors perform Observation Assessments V5 - Version Control in eLeaP V5 - How to set manual course completion V5 - How to re-assign training using scheduled release V5 - How to upload PDF, Word, PowerPoint V5 - Using IE 11 V5 - How to use Webhooks V5 - How to set Lesson timer V5 - Gamification Badges V5 - How eCommerce Pricing Works V5 - How to enable eCommerce Training Paths V5 - How to add eCommerce course settings V5 - How to enable eCommerce course V5 - How to reset Training Paths deadline V5 - How to assign Training Paths V5 - Admin Date Range Selector V5 - Admin Self Enrollment Reports V5 - Multi Page Record Selector V5 - Add Course to Multiple Training Paths V5 - Gamification Admin, Trainee UI V5 - Add Questions from Quiz Bank V5 - Create Self Enrollment Courses V5 - Additional Course Admins, Instructors V5 - Searchable Categories V5 - Upload Answer Quiz question V5 - How to download User Course Certificates V5 Tutorials: How to do everything in eLeaP V5 - Instructor-led Training Tracking: Tracking Events V5 - How to manage your eCommerce LMS V5 - Creating a Scheduled Release Training Path V5 - Creating a Self-Enrollment Training Path V5 - How to manage Forums V5 - How to access/download reports V5 - Access, download Quiz results and Grading Center V5 - How to create and manage User Groups V5 - How to manage users in your LMS account V5 - How to create and manage Training Paths V5 - Admin manage event registrations V5 - Instructor-led Training Tracking: Enrollment Management V5 - Manage Scheduled Training V5 - Using Custom Fields in Assignment, Reporting V5 - How to use Custom User Fields V5 - How to edit users' profiles V5 - Smart Assign Courses, Training Paths and User Groups V5 - How to hide inactive courses and inactive users V5 - How to embed YouTube videos in your Lesson V5 - How to insert an image into a Lesson V5 - How to assign training Courses to Users V5 - How to use Course Preview tool V5 - How to upload SCORM V5 - How to create Course Feedback Forms V5 - How to add Course Certificates V5 - How to prevent Users from reviewing Quiz answers V5 - How to use Advanced Course Settings V5 - How to create Course quizzes in your LMS Account V5 - How to use Lesson Editor to add content V5 - How to add content to Lessons V5 - How to create Courses V5 - Creating a Pre-Set Navigation Training Path V5 - Creating a Simple Training Path V5 - Quick Stats for your LMS V5 - Specify Training Completion Date V5 - Recording Multiple Quiz Attempts V5 - How Admins perform Observation Assessments V5 - How to assign an Observation Assessment V5 - How to create an Observation Assessment V5 - Admin: Delete/reset Quiz Results V5 - How to manage training courses V5 - LMS Auto Timeout V5 - How to view your Administrator profile E-Signatures in LMS Using Video To Deliver Content How to access Training Path activities Admin manage event registrations Ecommerce Tools V5 - eCommerce LMS Multi License Buyer V5 - eCommerce Custom Fields Menu V5 - eCommerce Volume Discounts Menu V5 - eCommerce Promo Codes Menu V5 - eCommerce Referrers Menu V5 - eCommerce Completion Report Menu V5 - eCommerce Sales Report Menu V5 - eCommerce eCatalog Menu V5 - eCommerce Courses Menu V5 - How eCommerce Pricing Works V5 - How to enable eCommerce Training Paths V5 - How to add eCommerce course settings V5 - How to enable eCommerce course V5 Tutorials: How to do everything in eLeaP V5 - How to manage your eCommerce LMS V5 - How to View Sales Reports For Training Paths V5 - How to set pricing for eCommerce Training Paths Enterprise Tools Enterprise - Editing LMS Accounts Enterprise - Edit Login, Home Text LMS Accounts Enterprise - Training Paths Management Enterprise - Courses Management Enterprise - Reporting Enterprise - Billing Enterprise - Adding New LMS Accounts Enterprise - Account Overview Supervisor Tools V5 - How Supervisors perform Observation Assessments Trainee Tools V5 - System quick tour V5 - Using IE 11 V5 - Gamification Badges V5 - Gamification Leaderboard V5 - Gamification Admin, Trainee UI V5 - Enroll in Self Enrollment Courses V5 View SCORM course V5 - How to access and download your Training Activity Reports V5 - Discussion Forums in your Training account V5 - How to view Assigned Training Paths V5 - How to view an Assigned Course V5 - How to view your profile V5 - How to access your Training account Hello and welcome to eLeaP. In this quick tutorial, we’ll be taking a look at our version control feature. If you do have a course that has been out there for some time, there might be the need for you to update it. You have two options. You can certainly make a new course and update, or you can use the version control feature to make changes to a course, and be able to notify existing users of those changes. If you don’t want to notify existing users of these changes, you can definitely make a silent update to the course, or in another instance if let’s say you have some new changes that are just not working out and you want to revert to a previous version, you can definitely do that with the version control feature. So let’s take a quick look. If you put your cursor over a lesson in eLeaP, you would now see the option to add a new revision. This is the current version of this course or this lesson right here. This is what it looks like. It is a PDF that has been embedded. But let’s say I need to update this and add some more information to this. I’ll simply go to the add new revision. Click on that. And here’s what you will need to be aware of. The revision feature allows you to obviously add a new name to your lesson, to set revision number. It is sequential so unless you have to please leave that number alone because we do update it automatically. And then the change log is important because it does let you or anybody that comes up later to know why this change was done. So in my change log here, I’m just going to note that this is because there’s some new content that came up. Now I have a decision to make here. Is this a major change or a minor change? And major change means that eLeaP will put this course in temporary inactive mode so that you can make all the revisions. Once you saved the course, you will have a choice to notify users of the changes. That’s what a major change is. If it’s not a major change, the course does not go inactive. It stays active. Users that are in the course, will see the changes that you have made. So that’s the choice that you have to make. In this instance, I do want to notify my users of this change. So I’ll simply toggle their major change option to the on position and I’ll click save changes. And as I explained earlier on, you can see that this course now set to the inactive status. And at this point what I can do is I can go into my course here. I can add new materials, very easy. All right, I can save my materials, I can add whatever I need to do. Save this. And once I’m ready to go, or once I’m ready to launch this course back out, I will simply click on the activate link here or I can go to my course definition and also do that from there. So you do have multiple choices here. I’m going to go ahead and click here now, note what it says here. Save revision changes and reactivate course? This is important because we want you to be sure that you’ve done all the changes and that you are ready to reactivate this course. In this case, I am ready, so I’ll click OK. Now we will ask you again, do you want to send course notification updates to your assigned users? You have a choice, you can cancel and we’ll simply reactivate the course. If you do click OK, then what happens is all assigned users to this course will get an email saying that this course has been updated, so I’m going to click OK here and my course is reactivated. As you can see, and if I go to my inbox here, I should actually get an email that says that or an update that says new update for my course, and if I click on it I’ll see what has changed, which is that this lesson has changed. If they’re not logged in, your users will get this notification in their inboxes to be able to log in. This change occurs or the revision feature is great for both SCORM as well as non-SCORM courses. If you do update a SCORM course, it does automatically set that course to a major change and you will need to make a decision whether you want to notify users of that change or not. Let me show you how to revert a change. So we, you just saw me make a change. If, let’s say, look, this change that I’ve made, and again, if I, if I go to my course here, I’ll see the change here and if I click on the revision number, I’ll see how many revisions I have. If I have multiple revisions, I’ll see all of them here. But let’s say, look, I really, really didn’t want to have this, um, uh, change here be what I ended up with. I want to basically restore my previous changes on my previous course. I simply come over here and you see right here where it says restore. If you do click on that, we’ll ask you if you want to do a restore this. And if you agree, we will simply restore this back to what it was before. This is a powerful feature. Use it but of course, let us know if you have any questions, is a great way to make sure that your courses and training stay updated. And if you do have changes that you can come in and make those changes safely and be able to notify your users of these changes. As usual, if you have any questions about this or any of the feature in the system, please don’t hesitate to contact us.