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 pre-defined respondent fields have been added to facilitate easier data integration between Brillium and Thinkific.
In line with all major technology firms and browser developers, Brillium version 10 and up no longer supports TLS 1.0 or 1.1 ciphers.
Improvements in the Brillium 2020 release include the Brillium Menu system that provides quick access to authoring, reporting, and delivery features.
In compliance with COVID-19 recommendations, we have implemented our remote work plans to ensure our employees and their families stay healthy.
The new Brillium Assessment Builder is a one-stop destination for assessment authoring and configuration, making authors and instructional designers more productive.
In 2020, our objective is to improve system stability to ensure a reliable mobile and desktop experience during high-volume assessment delivery.