Ottolearn New Updates

We’ve released a major update to our learner-side user interface, now available for preview!

Screenshot of new OttoLearn interface showcasing a knowledge card - OttoLearn Adaptive Learner

Previewing the New UI

To experience the new UI log into your learner application, open the top-right menu, and select “Try new design (beta)”. This will switch your user account over to the new learner interface, but you can switch back at any time.

Experiencing the New UI

Otto’s new learner-side user interface is designed to make better use of full screen monitors, while also being a fantastic mobile experience.

The first thing you’ll notice is that the interface is… familiar. Otto’s new design was inspired by popular media apps and should be immediately intuitive to your learners.

Each Module is now a row of Topic tiles.

Modules & Topics tiles - OttoLearn Microlearning

Clicking on a Topic tile exposes the Topic’s Concepts.

Topics & Concepts panel - OttoLearn Agile Microlearning

A learner can open a Knowledge Card by clicking any of the “info” icons or start a Mini Moment by clicking a “play” icon.

GIf showing how to access more information or a Mini Moment - OttoLearn Adaptive Learning

Navigating through your content is also tremendously fast! A learner can quickly scroll through any related content by clicking the back or forward arrow icons.

Image showing how to scroll through content - OttoLearn Personalized Learning

Knowledge Card searching is now incredibly speedy as well, making it a perfect way for your learners to find on-demand information.

If a learner chooses to do some self-directed Mini Moments, they can click any of the play icons to complete Activities related to that content.

How does a learner know where they should complete Mini Moments? Easy! Each content tile now displays the amount of Mastery Levels a learner can achieve by completing Mini Moments. (This feature replaces our previous practice meter.)

For example, if a learner completes Mini Moments for the Topic shown below, they can increase the Mastery Level on three concepts: 

Gif indicating how a learner knows the value of practicing a specific content area - OttoLearn Agile Microlearning

Ready to make the switch? Try out Otto’s new learner interface today

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