your mobile app for android is not an app, I only get a webpage shortcut. I assume that is not what you'd call an app. please fix it to make viewing the videos much easier.
This is something that I find repeatedly frustrating.
The right panel showing the courses is largely out of sight – And when you want to access the current course in the right panel, it is well below the current video. So about the only way to access the next lesson is either to go back to the course listing requiring multiple picks, or scroll down sometimes multiple screens to access the listing.
I would like to see perhaps two changes.
- Slim down each of the sub course segments. The space required by the title is nearly twice what is necessary.
- Put this panel in its own, separately scrollable division - so the current lesson course is visible at all times, unless full screen is used.
I tried using a playlist for the current sub heading but the lessons went into the playlist totally out of order.
I'd like to see Chromcast added to your iPhone app... I've played a few lessons on my iPhone at home... but if there was Chromcast capability added, then you could play this on your wide screen tv at home while running the Autodesk app on your laptop.
Now that would be cool!
A status indicator for uploading videos would prevent wasted time. Apparently this was removed at some point in the past, so I don't want to poke at it, but without an indication that the upload has not processed properly on your end, any further uploads are then prevented from successfully moving, and a huge amount of time is spent waiting, checking and re-submitting.
The current navigation system utilized by CADLearning prohibits the video being viewed to remain in a static position while selecting menu items to the left, or reviewing the associated text for the video. This is generally resolved by separating the view-port and the navigation pane using table formatting, but it may be a different system on your end.
In addition, when navigating the sections for updating video content, there is a requirement to either press the "back" button on the actual web-page to go to the content list, or drill down on said list from the "Category" selection on the main page. As with the issue above, this can be resolved by isolating the navigation pane to the left side, providing access to all levels of the hierarchy at any time. Boring maybe, but practical nonetheless. A "SAVE" option would also help in avoiding unnecessary navigation between pages within the video upload page.
It would be helpful if admins could rearrange the order of questions in a custom assessment.