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Easygenerator now features a seamless integration to Degreed

Easygenerator authors can now publish their courses directly to Degreed making publishing, maintaining, and updating e-learning content faster and easier.

Inês Pinto

Rotterdam, NL – Aug 31st, 2022 – Easygenerator, the award-winning e-learning authoring solution for subject matter experts (SMEs), announced its partnership today with Degreed, the global pioneer and innovator for learning platforms. With this new integration, Easygenerator authors can now publish, maintain, and update their e-learning courses directly to Degreed with the click of a button.

At Easygenerator, we help subject matter experts create e-learning that is easy to share and access for learners. That is why we are proud to announce the newest addition to our LXP integrations with Degreed.

With the Degreed integration you can:

✔️ Automatically upload your Easygenerator courses to Degreed

Once you hit the dedicated publication button, a course card will automatically be created inside Degreed. This process ensures your Easygenerator course title, description, thumbnail and URL are all automatically assigned to your course in Degreed. Additionally, any updates made to the original course automatically apply to the already published course in Degreed, meaning no need for manual maintenance.

✔️ Check course completion in Degreed

You can check the completion of your Easygenerator courses directly from your dashboard in Degreed, thanks to the seamless API integration between the two solutions.

✔️ Save on custom integrations

With this API integration, we’ve done the hard work for you. Your organization can save time and money on setting up a custom integration between your LXP and your e-learning authoring tool. With Easygenerator, it’s as easy as the click of a button.

How the integration works

Whether your e-learning ecosystem is big or small, at Easygenerator we make it easy for your organization to integrate our authoring tool within your existing workflow.

Once you finish creating your course in Easygenerator, click through to Publish. Authors have a variety of choices to share their e-learning course including publishing courses directly to their LXP.

If your organization is using Degreed, you can now find a ‘Degreed’ option under the ‘To your LXP’ tab.

Once selected, authors will be able to define the course duration for the course they are about to publish to Degreed. The course duration can be different from course to course and can be updated later.

After publishing, the course can be edited and republished to Degreed anytime.

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About Easygenerator

Easygenerator is a fast-growing and award-winning company that helps subject matter experts create digital learning and performance content. Having SMEs create this content is faster and cheaper than when a central (learning) department produces it. But more importantly, it is the only way to keep this content up to date. We call this Employee-generated Learning.

About Degreed

Degreed is the everyday learning platform relied on by millions of employees from hundreds of global companies to build skills for today and tomorrow. Degreed brings self-directed learning and deep skilling together with required training so organizations can continuously meet company goals and evolve quickly as your business demands. With Degreed, organizations drive agile talent development with better insights and skill data, and employees own their upward mobility through learning experiences personalized to their expertise and interests. Founded in 2012, Degreed is headquartered in Pleasanton, California, with additional offices in Salt Lake City, New York, London, Amsterdam, and Brisbane.

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About the author

Inês Pinto is the content manager at Easygenerator. Originally from Portugal, she grew up in Canada and the US before returning to Europe to complete her university studies. She currently resides in Rotterdam with her husband, daughter, and two dogs.