Bulk import test questions from a CSV file

Instead of adding test question manually, you can choose to directly import question banks from CSV files with just a click of a button. Creating CSV format files and importing questions from them is useful if you have to add large number of questions in your tests.

Read more at https://www.braincert.com/braincert-support/kb/article/bulk-import-test-questions-from-a-csv-file-20181011163837

Prevent copying of uploaded contents

When you upload documents such as PPT, PDF, DOC and other supported file formats, it gets converted into an online courseware format on the fly. Students were able to select text from the document viewer and able to copy the contents.

Now, we have implemented a security feature by modifying the document's security settings using "Disable text copy" option. This step can protect the document's contents and manage the distribution and use of sensitive information. When uploading new files, you will be prompted to select this option to enforce document security.

Edit existing contents to check this option.


'Auto select nearest datacenter region' fix and the new 'Capacity' feature in virtual classroom

The previously reported issue of all the traffic going to Dallas, TX location when using 'auto select nearest location' feature is now fixed. When you schedule a live class and leave the default option, it will now assign class to the nearest datacenter location and/or takes the least congestion free network path in to consideration.

Furthermore, we've improved this feature to include 'capacity' in to consideration. When you schedule a class with high number of attendees, the built-in 'capacity' tool will find the best performing servers from our cluster pool and reserve it for the class to offer the best possible performance.

Introducing Amsterdam Data Center

We're excited to announce the launch our new virtual classroom region: Amsterdam, Netherlands! This brings our datacenter coverage to 15 global locations worldwide making BrainCert the largest virtual classroom provider!

As always, we bring the same high-performance and reliable technology stack that we have developed over the years and that is in use in all our previous data centers. Our latest Amsterdam datacenter offers high performance and low latency performance to the rest of the world and provides fault tolerance to other European locations that BrainCert offers - Frankfurt, London, Milan and Paris.


VC issues related to 'single video file' and 'auto select datacenter location' features

We are currently investigating issues related to session recording and intelligent routing to nearest datacenter feature.

1) Customers are advised NOT to use "Single video file" parameter that concatenate multiple video files into a single video file. Due to a bug with current version, the final video is not produced in few situations. This has been fixed in the upcoming major version anticipated in 2-3 weeks.


2) "Auto select nearest datacenter location" feature is routing most of the classes to Dallas, TX location which maybe congested due to high volume of traffic. Customers are advised to manually select a datacenter location.


Introducing course categories and new course catalog with filters

As per popular request, we've now introduced the ability to divide and organize courses in categories. The course category groups courses into logical groups and makes it easy to filter courses in the catalog.

Creating a course category

To create a course category, Click on the "Categories" left menu item under Courses.


Click "Add Category" button and insert category name and description and save it.


When creating new courses (or edit existing courses), you'll see the option to assign a course category.


Switching to advanced course catalog

To switch to the new course catalog with filters to sort courses by category, go to 'Account & Settings' and 'Basic Settings'. Scroll all the way down and select "Advanced catalog with search, course blocks and filter options" and save it.


Now, when you navigate to course catalog, you'll see the new course catalog.


You can switch between the two catalog display style anytime.

New navigation menu for courses, tests and live classes

We've introduced a new navigational menu for courses, tests and live classes inner views that is designed for easy navigation between each available option without the need to go back to the main landing page.


Create professional certificates for courses and tests using our newly redesigned online certificate maker

We’ve been busy over the last few months revamping our certificate designer tool for Enterprise LMS! We’ve made our certificate engine tool more streamlined, more intuitive and even more easy to use for you and your entire team to deliver course and test completion certificate online.

We’ve updated the entire interface from top to bottom with a new design and fun, new ways to get work done. Here are just a sampling of upgrades we’ve made:


Our newly designed certificate canvas is completely responsive and loaded with powerful features. With customizable fonts and custom tags, you can offer a one-of-a-kind and amazing certificate that your student would be happy to receive in just a few clicks.

Read more - [LMS] How to create professional certificates for courses and tests using our newly redesigned online certificate maker .

Test question 'reference' feature

When creating new test questions in LMS, you'll now see "Reference" URL block which can be used to enter an external URL relevant to the question. When students review the questions after taking the test, reference URL will be a helpful resource along with questions explanation.


Introducing custom reports

Your course and test reports just got a makeover with insightful student data and visually appealing dashboards

If the available report do not suit your needs, you can generate your own custom report, which defines the data that will be included in a report.

In order to create a custom report, log into your LMS platform and click on the "Reports" link under test or course options gear icon.


Click on "Create Custom Report" button on the right top.


Use the global expand/collapse icon or individually expand or collapse a row item.


Pick one or more users, user group and select specific columns to show up in custom reports. Now, click on the "Submit" button to apply the filter.


Once you’ve selected your desired options and pressed 'Submit' button, you will see the new table with the desired data. Snip20180702_16.png

Now, click on the "Save report" button to save this custom report with a name.


Give a friendly name for the report and save the report.


You can view saved reports by clicking on the 'custom reports' dropdown and select from the available list of saved reports.


To generate a new custom report, click the 'Create Custom Report' button next to it, and then go through the Report Wizard.

Editing the Report Name

You can edit the report name by opening the custom report and click on the edit icon next to the name.


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