User Interface Modifications for Learning Administration Pages (Early Adopter)

This collection of enhancements for the November ’23 release is part of the larger initiative to provide a modern, consistent, improved administrator experience to our customers. We are improving the user interface (UI) of previously released Learning Administration pages based on customer feedback. You can ensure they are right for your team by taking a test drive on stage before implementing them in production. You can introduce these new features in production via Learning Feature Activation Preferences. If you want to turn off these features and revert back to your prior experience in production or stage, you can disable them.

With this enhancement, the following pages are further upgraded:

  • ILT Events and Session Administration
  • ILT Roster
  • Materials Administration
  • Course Catalog Administration
  • Curricula Administration
  • Deep Link Administration
  • Training Request Approval
  • Certification Administration
  • Certification Management
  • Test Engine Administration

Feature Guide

Click here to download the User Interface Modifications for CSX Learning Guide.

How Does this Enhancement Benefit My Organization?

  • The new features ensure reduced scrolling, optimizes the use of white space, clear designation of action items.
  • Presents modernized, more intuitive learning administration pages and training request approval pages.


  • We have not introduced any new pages with this release.
  • With these interface changes, no functionality changes are included. No functionality is added or removed.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


All pages are automatically enabled in stage portals on October 18. Activation is required in production portals for all organizations using the Learning module. Customers who have activated the previously released pages with new UI in production will continue to see these pages with new changes applied.

Note: The UI modifications for Materials Administration, Deep Link Administration, Training Request Approval, ILT Events and Session Administration, Course Catalog Administration, Curricula Administration, ILT Roster, Certification Administration, Test Administration were previously released with July '23 release. Customers who had already enabled the above-mentioned UI modifications in July via feature activation will see the UI modifications of November '23 in production automatically. Customers who never enabled the UI modifications from July '23 releases will continue to see the old legacy user interface. Customers can also revert back to legacy UI by deactivating feature preferences.


The following existing permissions apply to this functionality:

Learning Features Self Activation Grants access to the Feature Activation Preferences page, where an administrator can activate new features associated with Learning, Connect and Extended Enterprise. Learning - Administration