Training Team Update for February 10, 2016

We’ve tripled the number of lessons that are ready to test in the past two months (December and January). That’s halfway to our goal for our current focus! Also, that’s a little less than half for all Tier 1 lessons that we’re wanting to complete in Q1 of this year. More detailed analysis is available on our progress this quarter in a post on our tier 1 progress that we put up this week. More details on all of the things are available in this week’s meeting notes.

Progress on this priority group of plans is:

  • Categories vs Tags – assigned
  • Choosing and Installing Themes* – assigned
  • Content Editor Overview – assigned
  • Famous 5 Minute Install/One-click Install* – assigned
  • Local InstallLocal Install A local install of WordPress is a way to create a staging environment by installing a LAMP or LEMP stack on your local computer.* – in copy editing
  • Managing Media – in copy editing
  • Managing Menus – assigned
  • Managing Post Formats – in testing
  • Managing Widgets – assigned
  • Managing Updates – assigned
  • What to do when You Forget Your Password – in testing

*these plans are new to the set of priority plans this week

User Plans that are Ready to Test:

  • Backing up Your WordPress Site
  • Basic WordPress Concepts
  • Choosing and Installing Plugins
  • How to Find Help with WordPress
  • How to Install WordPress on a Server
  • High Level Overview
  • Managing Comments
  • Managing Post Formats
  • Overview of the Dashboard
  • Pages vs. Posts
  • Settings Overview
  • Theme CustomizerCustomizer Tool built into WordPress core that hooks into most modern themes. You can use it to preview and modify many of your site’s appearance settings.
  • What is Akismet
  • What to do when you Forget your Password

A full list of plans that are ready to test is located here: