• Updated Email Template Support Article - New Dynamic Field References!

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    We recently released new email template designs for respondent results. Consequently, we deemed it a fitting opportunity to update our email template guidance through the 'How to Use and Customize Brillium Email Templates' support article.
  • Zapier is Now Embedded in Brillium Assessment Builder

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    If you use Zapier to transfer Brillium data to any of the over 5,000 application integrations Zapier supports, we have great news for you!

  • Brillium 2022 API Update Requirements

    Brillium 2022 includes important security enhancements, which require changes to the Brillium API configuration. This blog article explains the changes, and provides information required to re-enable the Brillium API.

  • New Predefined Respondent Fields for Thinkific Integration

    To help make Brillium integration with Thinkific faster and easier, we've added a new set of predefined Respondent Fields. Setting up integration between Brillium and Thinkific is as easy as point and click.
  • Brillium Assessment Builder

    Brillium Assessment Builder is a one-stop destination for everything related to an assessment, from topics (formerly Question Groups), to Questions, to every facet of the respondent experience. Assessment Builder makes authors and instructional designers more productive in almost every way.
  • New Brillium Navigational Experience

    One of the biggest improvements to Brillium in the 2020 release, is the improved menu navigation.  Now, Brillium Assessment Builder users can quickly access all areas of the application from any page.
  • Deprecation of Secure Cipher Support for TLS 1.1 and earlier

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    On March 2020, TLS 1.0 and 1.1 was deprecated by Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft EDGE/IE, and Google Chrome. Any secure connection that traverses software or network services that rely on these versions of TLS in order to function, browsers will recognize them as insecure and may not display or function.