LMS365 Freemium is a free subscription type of LMS365 that allows you to employ LMS365 for up to 100 monthly enrollments.
In this article, we will describe the scope of the Freemium features, the restrictions of the Freemium subscription, where to find more information about Freemium, and how to upgrade from Freemium to a paid subscription. We will also provide information on what will happen to the resources you have created in Freemium when you upgrade.
In this article:
- What is the scope of the Freemium features?
- Are there any restrictions when using LMS365 Freemium?
- Where can I find more information about LMS365 Freemium?
- What content is included in Freemium?
- How can I upgrade my Freemium subscription?
- If I upgrade my subscription plan from Freemium, will I lose my courses and training plans?
What is the scope of the Freemium features?
LMS365 offers a range of subscription plans to suit your needs. Many of the features of the LMS365 paid subscriptions are available as part of LMS365 Freemium.
The following key features form part of Freemium:
- LMS365 mobile app
- Skills Framework
- LMS365 app for Microsoft Teams
- API access to LMS365 (with restrictions).
Are there any restrictions when using LMS365 Freemium?
With the LMS365 Freemium subscription, you can:
- Create one course catalog.
- Create eight courses or training plans.
- Have up to 100 new enrollments per month.
Once you create a course or training plan, it will always count as one of your allowance of eight courses or training plans, even if you later delete it.
There are some restrictions when using LMS365 Freemium:
- Group enrollment (Azure Active Directory or Office 365 group) will not be allowed
- Purge user will not be available
- Purge learner history will not be available
- Purge course API end-point will not be available (API methods will adhere to the general Freemium limitations)
- Delete course catalog will not be available
- Offline SCORM player is not available in the LMS365 mobile app.
Where can I find more information about LMS365 Freemium?
What content is included in Freemium?
The LMS365 Freemium subscription allows you to create eight custom courses or training plans.
With Freemium, all new course catalogs will include free sample courses that are ready to be published and made available as learning content of the course catalog. The content of the sample courses will be on the topic of LMS365 and the Microsoft 365 suite and can help people in your organization get the most out of these services.
The courses may be useful when learning how to use LMS365 and can act as inspiration by showing how training can be built. The selection of sample courses will be updated continually. This means that as more ready-to-go courses are made available, more, and perhaps a different selection of courses, will be included in new course catalogs in the future. These courses don't count towards the eight courses and training plans limit. However, enrollments in these sample courses count towards the 100 monthly enrollment limit.
How can I upgrade my Freemium subscription?
Benefit from the full range of LMS365 features by upgrading to one of our paid subscription plans.
To request an upgrade, go to LMS365 Admin Center > Global Settings, select Upgrade Plan on the top right-hand side of the page, then complete the Get a quote form.
You can also complete the Get a quote form by going to Global Settings > Subscription Information, then selecting Get a quote in the STANDARD or PROFESSIONAL column. The required Subscription Plan is selected automatically.
One of our experts will contact you to discuss your request.
If I upgrade my subscription plan from Freemium, will I lose my courses and training plans?
No. All the courses and training plans you have created will still be available after the upgrade.
Go1 integration with the Freemium subscription plan
You can integrate LMS365 with Go1 and feature Go1 courses in LMS365.
Importing Go1 courses into LMS365 enables you to view and manage Go1 courses in LMS365, side by side with other courses and training plans in your organization, via the Training Management page.
- Promotional courses that you import from Go1 don't count towards the eight courses and training plans limit. However, enrollments in Go1 courses count towards the 100 monthly enrollment limit.
- It isn't possible to add or delete learning items on the Content tab for promotional Go1 courses.
- You can delete Go1 courses from a course catalog in the usual way.
For information about integrating LMS365 with Go1, see this article.