At the heart of Bluepulse is continuous listening, which means ongoing engagement with people to find out what can be done to make their experiences count.
That’s why our latest release – Bluepulse 4.7.5 – takes our customers’ feedback into account and addresses some of the updates they have requested. As a result, we’ve added several quality-of-life enhancements for end-users and administrators alike.
What’s new in Bluepulse 4.7.5?
In this Q&A, Product Manager Nitin Sharma will take us through what’s new with Bluepulse, and how it will affect the way in which users engage with learners. The list of enhancements for this release includes:
- Enhancements to how users schedule and edit shared information
- New question type added – Rank Order
- LTI 1.3 support for Moodle
- Enhanced authentication flow in email notification emails
- General UI/UX refinements
- and more
Q. Can you take us through these enhancements, Nitin?
Nitin: There are a few exciting new features and functionalities in Bluepulse 4.7.5. These include the ability to schedule and edit shared information, a new question type (rank order), LTI 1.3 support for Moodle, and some general UI/UX refinements. We wanted to provide an even better user experience for Bluepulse administrators.
Q: What was behind the making of Bluepulse 4.7.5? What were the key drivers behind the selection of its themes and features?
Nitin: The key driver for 4.7.5 was the continuation of ensuring Bluepulse remains a feature rich solution, allowing for new capabilities in sharing information or asking questions. We also focused on additional integration options and new System Admin settings.
Q: How did you come up with the content of Bluepulse 4.7.5?
Nitin: As with any Explorance release, the content for 4.7.5 comes from a blend of adding innovative new features and addressing some of our most requested client enhancements.
Q: From a customer standpoint, what’s in it for them?
Nitin: I think our customers will appreciate the new capabilities that allows their Admins to better engage with learners. There are also new System Admin capabilities around security and integrations – two things that are especially important to us.
Q: Any final observations regarding the process of developing Bluepulse 4.7.5?
Nitin: A big thank you to our Development and QA teams for the 4.7.5 release. As always, they worked tireless and diligently to make these new experiences available for our customers.
Nitin Sharma is the Director of Product Management, Blue and Bluepulse, at Explorance. He is a technology enthusiast at heart and has been an Explorer for over four years. He enjoys the challenges and teamwork involved in creating useful innovations which offer memorable experiences. When not reading up on new trends or technologies, he enjoys spending time outdoors and experiencing new cultures.
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