New features and enhancements
Features and enhancements in this release include the following:
CourseBuilder is a proprietary eLearning authoring tool that publishes training modules as apps within Domo. It allows you to customize, brand, and scale your training efforts, all within an intuitive interface. You can also track data around how your users are interacting with the apps you create.
Use Coursebuilder to...
customize Domo training content for your own teams
create ANY training and publish it into Domo
present scalable content to anyone, anytime, anywhere via Domo
track user behavior in Domo via Google Analytics
allow ANY user to create, share, and present content in a scalable way.
Anyone can use CourseBuilder. However, if you intend to publish a CourseBuilder app to Domo, you must have Editor-, Privileged-, or Admin-level rights.
Ready to try it out? All you need to do is search for “CourseBuilder” in the Domo Appstore and select the download option appropriate for you. The download process is unique for Mac or PC, so review the instructions here to get up and running.
Just created your first DataSet and not sure what you need to do next? Our new Quickstart tiles in the details view for the DataSet suggest a number of common "next steps" and provide links to the tools you'll need to carry out those steps. For example, you can click Create a Visualization to jump right into the Analyzer so you can create a card. Or, if you would prefer to clean up your data first, you can click Tidy Up This DataSet to jump into the DataFlows interface.
For more information, see Data Center Layout.
Projects and Tasks in Search Results
Staying organized and on track doesn't have to mean remembering where everything is. Now Projects and Tasks are part of Domo's new global search and can be found as easily as typing in a search term.
For more information, see Searching in Domo.
New Maps: United Kingdom Postal and France Department
Our repertoire of country maps now includes a map representing postal regions in the United Kingdom and another representing department-level regions in France.
For more information, see Country Map.
You can view the latest release notes information in the Help Center, which you can access from Domo by clicking > Help Center.
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