We are delighted to announce the release of GrassBlade LRS v2.0.0, and GrassBlade xAPI Companion v1.4.0 with some amazing new features.
What is new in GrassBlade LRS v2.0.0? Demo | How to upgrade?
Looks, looks and looks:
We have a completely new look for GrassBlade LRS. You will definitely fall in love with it.
Sound and Robust
The new version is much more robust, several bug fixes, and enhancements make it faster and better.
We have a better dashboard. A cool new date range selector for the dashboard chart. And a new bell chart showing score distribution, visible when you select a course or activity on Activity Streams that has scores.
Filters are much better, you can search users by name or email, activities, select verbs from dropdown, select date range and more. No more copy and paste of ID’s.
We now have Agents (Users), Verbs and Activities reports, and a lot of very useful related information available for each user, verb, and activity under each row of these reports.
The new tables are cleaner, and more flexible. The result data is in separate columns, and you can see and hide the column you want to. The table automatically hides columns that are empty for most rows. More and relevant related data, available on each row.
CSV downloads are better.
Data Permissions for data from multiple sources or multisite
You can now have different credentials send different data, and allow their users to see data and reports only related to their statements. Amazing for those using one LRS with multiple websites.
Filtered Triggers for data from multiple sources or multisite
Trigger now have a Authority filter. You can now send statements to LRS from different website using different credentials. And then setup different triggers for statements received from different sources.
What is new in GrassBlade xAPI Companion v1.4.0? Demo
You can now upload an image for the Launch button instead of using the launch text.
We have fixed several bugs, and we now have better error handling and testing to tell you if there is a misconfiguration.
I would like to thank Kevin from Apex Anesthesia Review, Rob from Vertica Career Consultants and Thomas from eBSI Export Academy for sponsoring some features and providing valuable feedback.
2 thoughts on “GrassBlade LRS Updated to v2.0”
Hiya I’m just wondering what the minimum data-set size required is for your score distribution graph to show. We have 8 users for our test, yet GrassBlade does not have enough data to show the curve, is there a way to reduce the number of data points needed, or can we not show a bell curve for this test?
You need at least two different users with two different scores. Probably all 8 users have same scores.