Lessonly documentation

API

Integrate Lessonly with your other go-to systems — like Salesforce, Zendesk, or your custom database — to manage users and share analytics seamlessly.

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Anonymous Login

Anonymous Login allows your learners to access lessons or courses by following URLs with unique IDs appended to them.

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Custom Domain

By default, your Lessonly training center will sit on a Lessonly subdomain (e.g., company.lessonly.com). However, you can change your training-center address to a subdomain of your own website, such as training.companyname.com.

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Reporting Webhook

Our reporting webhook allows you to send your Lessonly training data to any service that can hold it.

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Single Sign-On with SAML

Single sign-on with SAML allows your users to sign in to Lessonly with their existing accounts.

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Single Sign-On with SAML via Microsoft Active Directory

Single sign-on with Active Directory via SAML allows your users to sign in to Lessonly with their existing accounts.

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