Spring has sprung and with it comes exciting updates! This month, we're highlighting new features based on your feedback. We'd love to hear your suggestions, so keep them coming! Read on for:
- Updates to our User Management dashboard
- A simplified way to submit course requests
- How to effectively handle difficult conversations
- 62 new, high-quality courses added to the content collection
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Keep on Learning,
Customer Success at Udemy for Business
Updates to our User Management Dashboard
This week, we're bringing an exciting design update to our User Management dashboard to help you more easily manage users within your account and drive learning forward. To see the new interface, log into your Udemy for Business account > Click "Manage" > "Manage Users."
What's new? You can now search by role!
What's updated? Import users from CSV in a new menu under "Invite new users." "All users" and "Pending invitations" groups will be listed on the left hand side
A Simplified Way to Submit Course Requests
Along with industry trends and data from the Udemy marketplace, one of the most important factors we use to prioritize new content topics is your feedback. That's why we've launched a new, simpler way to submit course requests for your team to share what content they'd like to see. Take a look at our new Course Request Form here.
Submit a course request form to:
Suggest a general topic: If you don't have a specific course in mind, you can still submit a request if you'd like to see us add new content in a topic area (e.g. Managing Difficult Conversations, or Splunk).
Our Content Team will review all requests and respond within 1-2 weeks. Submissions will be based on a number of criteria, including course ratings, user engagement, and demand. If your course is approved, it will be added into our collection.
New and Noteworthy Courses
Docker Mastery: The Complete Toolset From a Docker Captain by Bret Fisher
Be ready for the Dockerized future, where nearly all software is developed and deployed in containers. Taught by a Docker Captain and consultant, this course is designed for software developers, sysadmins, IT pros, and operators. As an added bonus, 3% of my the course proceeds will be donated to supporting open source initiatives.
Team workflows in JIRA by Dan LeFebvre
This course is designed for JIRA administrators to gain tips, tricks and techniques to work better in JIRA. The course uses a project-based approach to build workflows that optimize for dev team collaboration with QA teams, while exploring many of JIRA's features, including agile boards, filters, permissions, workflows, schemes, and many more.
Join us at the ATD International Conference & Expo May 21-24
Will you be at the ATD International Conference & Expo in Atlanta, GA May 21-24? Reply back to this email to let us know! We'll be at Booth #716.
The ATD International Conference & Expo is one of the largest events for talent development professionals in the world. Conference sessions will cover the latest trends, best practices and solutions for designing, delivering, implementing and measuring learning programs. Hope to see you there!
How to Effectively Handle Difficult Conversations
Are your employees equipped to manage difficult conversations?
In our latest blog post, Udemy instructor and psychologist Kellie Edwards shares tips on how employees can master the important skill of being able to manage difficult conversations.
Be sure to subscribe to our blog to stay up-to-date on the latest learning insights and best practices!
62 New Courses Added
We will remove courses that are outdated or do not meet our quality standards on the last day of each month.
You can find the courses that are scheduled for removal on our list of “Last Chance” courses.
You can view newly added courses, however, by clicking here.