Can my course belong to multiple programs?

That’s not possible. There is a restriction and only one to one association between course and program. Hence, you can set the course to appear only one program.

How Do I select/update program(sometimes referred as category) of my course.

Perform below steps to do so;

Step 1: Login using your Creator credentials.

Step 2: Go to Settings section.

Step 3: Under course properties module, find the dropdown to select desired program/category.

Step 4: Select your desired program/category.

Step 5: Click on “Update Course Details” button, and your course now falls under the selected program/category.

What is a program in QuoDeck?

A program is the Umbrella Term used in QuoDeck – under which you’ll have your courses listed. So whenever you create a course, it always belongs to a program. If you are a Free, Pro or Biz licence user, then you can assign the course to any of Predefined available categories. But if you are an Enterprise licence user, that you have the ability to Create your own categories and classify the course under these categories.

My course which was marked as complete, is now showing as incomplete, why so?

Consider that your trainer have created the Learning Course and enrolled you into the same. Now you go through all course elements and complete the course.

Post this, your trainer updates the course contents and adds one more learning elements in the course. Now for this newly added element, it is considered incomplete, and hence your completion percentage which was previously 100%, is now showing less than 100%, and your course which was previously in complete state, is now on incomplete state.

What is AJAX, where is it mostly used?

AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. AJAX is the technology for creating better, faster, and more interactive web applications with the help of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

With AJAX, when you hit submit, JavaScript will make a request to the server, interpret the results, and update the current screen. In the purest sense, the user would never know that anything was even transmitted to the server.

A user can continue to use the application while the client program requests information from the server in the background.

It is mostly used in Rich Internet Applications(RIA).