Though the layout of the pages included into the Go.Learn menu is flexible, the layout of the pages listed in this article have been designed by Docebo and cannot be edited. It is highly likely that most of these pages are included in your app menu, since they are used to manage the app’s main functions.
Please note that the Offline Content page is always available in the user menu, and cannot be customized or removed.
Navigate to the All Channels page by tapping the menu icon in the top left corner of your app, then tapping the All Channels item.
The All Channels page shows a list of channels together with the content (either assets, courses, learning plans or playlists) in each channel. Individual formal learning objects are not displayed in channels, but rather inside of courses within the channels.
Swipe your finger left and right to scroll through the content in each channel. Simply tap on the content to access it. Remember that for informal learning assets or playlists, you will only see content that you have been granted visibility to view. For more information about setting up playlists, refer to this article.
To view one channel, find the channel in this page, then tap the See All item in the channel’s area. You’ll then be redirected to that channel’s page, where you can see a list of all of the content in that channel that you have permission to view. Content may have a different page appearance according to its type, but all content will show the details as well as an easy way to complete it.
My Courses & Learning Plans
To navigate courses or learning plans, tap the My Courses and Learning Plans tab in your main menu. The page shows a card display of all of the courses and learning plans in which you’re enrolled. Just like your course page in your desktop platform, each course card displays the course type (E-Learning, Webinar, or ILT Classroom) and whether the course is locked or not. Your status in the course is displayed by an icon in the top right corner of the card (new, in progress, or completed).
In your My Courses and Learning Plans page, you can choose and apply filters to the courses and learning plans shown in the page. Tap the Filters button in the top right corner of the page to open the Filters panel, where you can select various filters (such as status, hidden items, type, deadline, duration, rating and other filters configured by your platform Administrator). When you select a filter, the content in the page is immediately updated, and the page shows the results of the filters.
You can sort courses and learning plans by name, code and creation date. You can also remove the filters you previously applied, by tapping the clear filters icon in the top right corner of the Filters panel.
When the content has been filtered, a red dot indicates that this filtering option is active. If you can’t see the red dot, you aren’t applying a filter to the content you’re viewing on this page.
In the Filters panel you can also search for a course or a learning plan using the Free Text search mode. Note that at this time, only the top 24 results will appear in your search.
When entering an E-Learning course, you will see the course details in the Overview tab. Switch to the Content tab to see the list of learning objects in the course. At the bottom of the list, you’ll see the percentage and number of training content you have already completed. Once you entered the page of one of the learning objects, you can tap Previous or Next in the top right corner of the page to move from one learning object to the other, in historical order, or tap on the training material title in the list to switch freely. Tap the “X” button in the top left corner of the page to close the training material. When a training material is completed, it will be identified with a checkmark icon on its thumbnail in the list of learning objects. Upon completing a course, you can also obtain a certificate, that is a document confirming your participation in and completion of a course. The certificate is available for some (but not all) courses, only if associated to the course by your platform Administrator. You’ll find the certificate in the Overview tab of the course page. Tap on the certificate item to open it with your default PDF viewer. You can also save it in your mobile device, and share it by tapping on the corresponding button in the top right corner of the page.
You can watch all learning object types in your mobile app. Some learning object types can be downloaded to your phone, so you can watch them in offline mode. Refer to the corresponding section in this article for more details.
Learning objects that are completed online will be tracked accordingly. Video learning objects can be bookmarked, meaning they won’t be marked as completed as soon as you open them. Subtitles are also available for uploaded videos, if provided by the Admin.
Your Admin may set training material to be unplayable on the Go.Learn App. If so, a barred eye icon will identify that content and you will have to access your learning platform via desktop to play it. The content may be disabled on mobile devices for many reasons, such as not being responsive, including Silverlight or Flash content, etc. Feel free to contact your platform Admin for any question.
It is not possible to attend sessions of webinars and classroom courses from the App. However, you can read more info (if provided) about the course in the About tab, and you can view and engage with learning objects in the Content tab.
When you enter a learning plan, you will see the description, your percentage of completion, and a list of courses in the plan. Press the course’s title in the course card to enter the course.
Catalogs are accessible from the Course Catalog page, if available in your app’s main menu, or from any page including a Catalogs widget. Catalogs are shown in streams that you can scroll horizontally. Scroll vertically to view all of the available catalogs.
The General Catalog collects all of the courses not assigned to a specific catalog. Courses can be arranged in groups called Categories, and you can navigate the different categories and sub-categories (if your Admin has configured them) and choose and apply Filters. You can also search for a catalog using the Free Text search mode. Note that at this time, only the top 24 results will appear in your search.
Tap the Categories button in order to open a right-side panel where you can navigate various content. Here, categories and subcategories are shown. When you click on one of the categories, the content below is automatically filtered and all of the subcategories (if any) are listed.
Tap the Filters button to open the Filters panel, where you can select various filters (name, code, and price). When you select a filter, the catalog content is immediately updated, and the page shows the results of the filters. You can sort catalogs by name, code and creation date. You can also remove the filters you previously applied, by selecting the clear filters icon in the top right corner of the Filters panel.
When a category has been chosen or the content has been filtered, a red dot indicates that this filtering option is active. If you can’t see the red dot, you are not applying a category or filter to the content you’re viewing on this page.
Access the My Channel page by clicking on the My Channel tab in your main menu. Here, you can see all of the contributions you have made in your platform as well as your playlists, if you’ve created any. You can press each object to view and engage with it. The My Channel page is only visible if the Discover, Coach & Share feature is active in the platform.
My Areas of Interest
Please note that you’ll see the My Areas of Interest page on your mobile app only if your Admin has configured it for your platform. If the functionality is activated in your platform, you need to define your areas of interest from your desktop platform. Please refer to this article for any further info on how to configure them.
Access this page by clicking on the My Areas of Interest tab in your main menu. This page provides personalized, high-quality aggregated content from various sources on the web to you, according to the areas of interest you have selected in the My Profile menu of your desktop platform.
In order to see the content on the page, click on the content’s card. You will be redirected to a page dedicated to the content, where you will also find the option to access it from the original source, opening the page from the mobile browser of your device (select the external link icon at the bottom of the page to do so). This allows you to bookmark the original source and find it in your browser’s history.
The content populating the My Areas of Interest page is collected by the artificial intelligence of your platform every few hours. If a piece of content is not relevant to you, you can mark it as “Not Interesting”. You can do so by clicking on the menu icon of the content card, and selecting Not Interesting, or by accessing the content page and then selecting the Not Interesting button at the bottom of the page. The content will be hidden and your action will help the platform to track unwanted content and to improve its future content suggestions.
The content displayed on the My Areas of Interest page is continuously refreshed and you may lose track of something you find interesting. If you wish to share the content link with other learners in the platform, you can do so either from the from menu icon of the content card (by selecting the menu icon and then choosing the Share Content option that appears below), or from the content page (by clicking the Share Content button at the bottom of the content page).
The Share Content page will open. Here, complete the fields about the details of your content and assign it to one or more channels, then select the Share button to complete your action. Refer to this article for more information about sharing content in your mobile app.