Canvas’ integration with Credly’s new rules engine allows digital credentials to be triggered by completion of Canvas modules, assignments or other important achievement milestones.
Recent updates to Credly and Credly Enterprise, including issuer tags, category enhancements and an available credentials catalog.
Credly announced a partnership with Leaderboarded, a universal scorekeeping service. The partnership enables organizations to recognize employees, event participants, brand ambassadors and industry peers with official digital awards when specified performance metrics are met or exceeded.
The development of Q?rius, a new web site and an exhibit space for the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, sparked the idea for the Credly module for Drupal, which lets you issue badges and display them on a Drupal profile.
Credly announces the latest release of Open Credit, the world’s leading API for digital credentials and badges. Also available is a new developers’ resource portal for creating and managing Open Credit apps and unleashing the potential for digital credentials.
The latest version of BadgeOS, the powerful, free achievement and engagement management system, includes seamless integration of the popular Credly Badge Builder, putting the design of beautiful badge images at your fingertips from inside WordPress.
Credly is pleased to announce the official release of a complete suite of Developer Documentation, APIs and Resources for the open source BadgeOS achievement and engagement management system.
BadgeOS v1.1 is now available. The latest release permits even greater flexibility in integrating BadgeOS functions and achievements into your WordPress site, including a new approach to the review and tracking of member submissions.
The Custom Assertion Location feature allows issuers to redirect accepted badges they issue to their own website. This means that badges shown on a user’s Credly profile or that they share on various social networks will redirect when clicked to the website URL the issuer provides, instead of to Credly.