One star only until you release the app for Apple TV.
When being redirected from the “Sign in with Library” on this Mobile app I put in the Library ID and ir says Your Library does nor have access. When I log in from the website ir works. Please fix the mobile app access.
This app is awesome and I enjoy the desktop version as well. I do think one area for improvement is organization of the user experience. Make it simpler.
Great learning app
The Lynda app was great, but library card holders can no longer use it. We are now being redirected to the LinkedIn Learning app, which is, in short, terrible. Library card users have a separate login system that does not remember our credentials and does not deliver us a normal native mobile application experience. Instead, we are directed to a web browser inside of the application with LinkedIn Learning content. This creates an awful user experience. None of the old functionality from the Lynda app (e.g. offline course access, Chromecast, etc.) is available anymore. Please provide a fix soon.
When I login with my library credentials, I only get access to an embedded browser view, which I’m assuming it’s not the real app. And it doesn’t save those credentials forcing me to sign in every time I open the app.
Nice app, Open app and login with library card, can't redirect to the original app page
I tried to use this app after the switchover from Lynda, and I want to use this app with my local library. The app requires a Library ID, which there is no support information for. To log into using Safari requires a library portal url to log in, but trying variations in this app goes nowhere and gives no feedback. This is a terrible user experience. LinkedIn/Microsoft, try the Libby app to see it done right. And at least, bare minimum, provide easy-to-find support info in the app *on the login page* explaining where the Library ID can be found. Hint: it shouldn’t require any effort to find. It shouldn’t be in an email from my library. It shouldn’t require a phone call. It shouldn’t require opening a ticket. And if you can’t do any of that, at least supply examples of what it looks like. My God, why is this even an issue in 2021?
I wish that the video would remain open when using other apps — similar to most video based apps do on the iPhone. The content is solid! I find it most useful when I’m trying to learn to really understand general concepts. Instead of clicking through multiple blog posts about a topic to stitch together an understanding about functional programming - I just listen to a series on LinkedIn learning to better understand overarching concepts. Kind of like a podcast.