Brandon Driggers (bdrigg)
No admin functionality but the app works well for what it is. Our users can get in and out quickly. I will also say, it requires a bit of a learning curve to get everything programmed properly. I see lots of reviews about blank pages - that's on the admin side but it's tricky. The mobile app and the desktop/pc/web versions function a bit differently and you have to get your head around that. Lot's of trial and error. Some pages just don't work on mobile. I recently found out you can't display a basic html table with no attributes on mobile. It just didn't work. If we could get admin functions and a truly responsive experience - so that all pages work on desktop/tablet/mobile - this would be five stars. It's really 3.5 but rounding up because the core functions work properly and the end user experience can be simplified so that they go right where you want them to. A pretty good first effort. Time for v2.
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The app itself is probably fine, but some of my company's learning modules fail to complete or are displayed improperly in the app. Most of them work fine with major Android web browsers, and virtually all of them work as intended with desktop Chrome, Firefox, etc. It is difficult to recommend this app if a company laptop/workstation is an option, but it is usable when necessary.
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It's slow and unresponsive, but by far the most frustrating thing about this app is it does not record your progress. If you leave during the middle of a course, expect to start over from the beginning. If you are actually able to complete a course, expect to start over from the beginning. Want an actual website to log into in order to complete your courses? Apparently it doesn't exist. Looking for assistance with this bug infested app? Apparently that doesn't exist either. Terrible experience.
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