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The Uniform Targets Generator allows you to more efficiently create programs that behave the same across targets (e.g. uniform mastery criteria, instruments, instructions etc.). If you have a program with multiple targets that differ only by name but are otherwise identical, rather than creating them as separate targets, you can use the Uniform Targets Generator. This makes it much easier to configure and manage the targets as a group. A DTT or Intensive Instruction program like Motor Imitation is a good example. The SD, Instructions, Instrument, Mastery Criteria for all targets are the same. See this article to learn more about using this feature to save time in building programs.
Global Parameters are parameters that are available and linked across programs. They allow admins to create frequently used program rules and content and put them in a drop-down menu for efficient program building. This allows admin to push program rules and changes across the entire library and learner’s programs when needed. To learn more about how to use this feature, read this article, or schedule a consultation.
Users can now edit the start and end times for sessions after a session has ended.
If you want Motivity’s session start/end times to match your staff timesheets, you can establish quality control procedures to have your users to edit session times to match timesheets and session notes moving forward.
Here is an article that explains how to Edit Past Session Times.
A new feature allows authorized users to export data into CSV files. You can export data at the Learner, Program, and Target Level.
Exporting data can help you create custom charts with your own design, phase lines, and annotations back up data for added peace of mind analyze and aggregate data for reports here is an article about Exporting Data.
You can now download learner charts in pdf, png or an SVG vector image. First select the date range you want to download and click on the top-right menu bar and select the file type you want.
1) “Frequency/Rate” instrument renamed “Count”
The data will be tracked in the same way and graphs will continue to display as rate per hour. In the future, users will be able to select how they want graphs to be displayed (Count vs Rate per hour/day/minute).
2) “Measures & Instructions” is now “Target Interface”
3) “End Opportunity” is now “Show Done Button”
You can choose to Never, Always or “Let system decide” when to Show Done Button.
The Target Interface is described in a new help page here.