Adaptive release controls the release of content to users based on a set of rules you create. To learn more, see Adaptive Release Rules and Adaptive Release Criteria.
You can use two types of adaptive release:
- Adaptive Release: With basic adaptive release, you can apply one rule to a content item. This rule can contain all four types of criteria, but not multiple instances of the same type. All criteria in the rule must be satisfied before the item is released. The more criteria you add to a rule, the more restrictions on the release of that item, making it more difficult for users to gain access.
- Adaptive Release Advanced: Create sophisticated combinations of release rules by adding multiple rules with multiple criteria to a single content item. Users must meet all of the criteria of one of the rules to gain access.If you want to create different criteria for different users on the same item, more than one rule is needed. For example, you can set up a rule for Group Blue allowing users to view Test 1 after completing Assignment A. You can set up a separate rule for Group Red allowing them to see Test 1 after completing Assignment B.