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A Simple Way to Learn About Changes in ERA-IGNITE

Article Highlights:

  • Review ERA-IGNITE enhancements using Program News videos.
  • Recommend videos to other employees or yourself for future review.

Keeping up with changes to your software can be time-consuming. Did you know there is an easy and fast way to help you learn about new features and changes?

Program News videos are available directly in ERA-IGNITE as part of the 25.25 software release. Each video covers multiple enhancements for a specific area of the dealership in just a few minutes, allowing you to learn about software changes with minimal interruption to your work day.

To access Program News videos

1. Sign on to ERA-IGNITE and click the new Program News Videos link on the Home Page.

 

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2. Double-click the Program News video you would like to review. Some videos cover enhancements to multiple applications, while other videos focus on enhancements to a single application.

Videos Search

While the video is playing, you can use standard video controls to pause and resume playback, as needed.

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If you find a video to be particularly helpful, you can recommend the video to another employee. Simply click the Recommend Video link and enter the employee’s User ID.

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After entering the User ID, simply press the F12 key or click the OK button to send the recommendation. A Reynolds Communicator  notification is sent to the employee with a link to the recommended video.

Conclusion

Learning about software changes does not have to be time-consuming. Program News videos allow you to learn about new enhancements when you only have a few minutes to spare during the day.

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Software Documentation, Reynolds and Reynolds

Lindsey Zeleny is the Video Production supervisor for the Software Documentation┬ádepartment at Reynolds and Reynolds. Lindsey graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor’s of Science in Media Arts and Animation.