We’ve all been busy this year—and it hasn’t been all bad. So instead of focusing on all the things we’ve overcome in 2020, let’s take a look at all the things we’ve built together. Here’s a lightning recap of new features and product enhancements, cool stories from your peers, and even a few industry awards.
What’s New with Watershed
1) Watershed Unveils New Branding
At the start of the summer, we revealed Watershed’s new logo and branding—including colors and fonts. We also made several app changes to enhance user experience.
2) Me Filters
The Person report acts as a personal transcript for your learners by collecting scores and activities from all your data sources and putting that information in one place. And now this feature works with the Me filter. That means when learners login to Watershed, they can see their transcripts displayed in their respective dashboards.
3) Quick Filter Customization
You can now customize which Quick Filters appear for your users. Choose different Quick Filters for different reports and dashboards depending on the audience. Each Quick Filter offers multiple options.
4) Multiple Report Dimensions
Being able to organize your Watershed reports by multiple dimensions means you can see people’s progress and performance across multiple activities, all in one place. Keep the dimensions in the same column or separate them into multiple columns for more sorting options.
5) Verb and Activity Display
The updated verb and activity display means you can take advantage of xAPI data’s “sentence-like” structure in your Leaderboard or Heatmap reports. Prior to this update, you could only show Verb IDs in these report types. Now, you can display the actual verb and activity names as measures. And as a result, reports read more like sentences. This is particularly helpful if you want the flexibility to add specific measures to these xAPI “sentences,” and for viewers who aren’t familiar with reading xAPI data.
Congrats to these Brandon Hall Group Award Winners!
Congratulations to Intuit, CHRISTUS Health, and Fidelity for winning Brandon Hall Group’s HCM Excellence Awards!
Now Playing: Watch these client-led webinar recordings
- Digital Badges for Better Workforce Insights
See how PwC built a measurable digital badges program to promote continuous learning and provide insight into their global workforce.
- How Caterpillar, CHRISTUS & PWC Use Analytics during Crisis
Hear from Caterpillar, CHRISTUS Health, and PwC as they discuss how they used learning analytics to adapt and pivot their learning programs during crisis.
- Visa University Learning Hub – Where Technology Meets the Future
Gordon Trujillo explains how Visa designed, implemented, and scaled their learning ecosystem with xAPI.
- Lessons Learned from Large Organizational Ecosystems
See how Caterpillar (along with Bridgestone, Comcast, and Humentum) has implemented an extended enterprise learning network, allowing them to expand training initiatives to reach their customers, partners, and resellers.
- Modernize Learning to Connect Competencies, Business KPIs, and Coaching
Andy Webb from Applied explores how to align learning to business processes and KPIs, build a strategy to support where learning fits into the business, and more.
- Using xAPI with SCORM in Instructional Design
Frank Pietrantoni from Nebraska Medicine shares how to create dynamic and adaptive learning with an LMS, SCORM, xAPI, and an LRS.
Want a sneak peek for 2021?
And now here’s what we’re planning for the coming year:
- Enhancing ability to use external systems with automation
- Improved support for credentials and skills
- Furthering account and data governance capabilities
- New measures and report types
- Continued exploration of ML/AI capabilities on learning data
Wanna share your story?
Are you doing something cool with Watershed? Want to be considered for an industry award? Let us know, and we’ll help write your story and nominate you.
About the author
As director of client success, Brooks provides client training and implementation support, maintains Watershed’s roadmap, and prioritizes feature development.
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