New Report Subscriptions Feature

By Cassidy Blair | Dec 18, 2018

Report Subscriptions allow Watershed users to choose a report to be regularly emailed to stakeholders. With this new feature, people who receive the email don’t need to have Watershed accounts to see the data in the report.

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Create Custom xAPI Statements in Storyline with xapi.ly [How-To]

By Andrew Downes | Dec 11, 2018

Watershed and TorranceLearning have been friends for a number of years now. TorranceLearning does great consulting work in the Experience API space, encouraging people to tinker with the specification via the xAPI cohorts that provide opportunities to collaborate with like-minded professionals from all over the world on xAPI projects.

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Ask the Expert: How to safely open a CSV file in Excel

By Andrew Downes | Dec 04, 2018

True or False: Opening a CSV file in Excel can change the data it contains. If you answered true, then you know how Excel automatically tries to change numbers and dates in your data into a format that it thinks you would prefer. 

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Enhanced Measure Management

By Cassidy Blair | Nov 26, 2018

Watershed’s enhanced Measure Management allows you to easily create, organize, and edit the measures used in your reports.

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Changes Coming to Watershed

By Watershed Team | Nov 15, 2018

We’re excited to announce that today, November 15, 2018, Watershed has been acquired by Learning Technologies Group (LTG), an early investor in Watershed and a leader in corporate digital learning and talent management.

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Ask the Expert: How to Launch xAPI Courses from Moodle Websites

By Andrew Downes | Nov 12, 2018

By far and away, one of the most common questions I’m asked by Essentials LRS users is about launching xAPI courses from their Moodle websites. Generally, people who ask me this have installed the xAPI launch plugin, but are having difficulty getting it to work.

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Activity & Verb Aliasing

By Brooks Alford | Nov 06, 2018

In a perfect world, data is always clean and there is no need to edit data once it’s in Watershed. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world. Data inconsistencies, bugs, and changes can mean that you sometimes end up with duplicate data, and cleanup can be a huge headache. We're excited to release our new feature, Activity & Verb Aliasing, which allows multiple identifiers to appear as one activity or verb.

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Event Lines

By Brooks Alford | Oct 25, 2018

The Event Lines feature serves as a representation of which events are impacting an organization's metrics.

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Group Intersect Filters and Language Map Support

By Cassidy Blair | Sep 06, 2018

Our two latest Watershed updates include the ability to select people who are in multiple groups and to easily work with data that has different language tags.

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Data Fundamentals: The Shape of Data (Part 1)

By David Ells | Aug 15, 2018

We navigate our world through mental “maps,” which give us a way to think about concepts and the relationships among them. The better our mental maps, the better we are able to understand cause-and-effect relationships, predict outcomes, and apply our knowledge to reality. With that in mind, this three-part Dev Delve series is about one such mental map that can guide how we think about accessing data and unlocking its value. Specifically, we’ll look at two key factors in data: shape and interface. And, once we define these concepts, we can think about the relationship between them.

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