Due to a low adoption rate, starting from April 11, 2019, the Learning paths feature is deprecated

Don't worry, all your learning paths are safe and still available to use, manage, edit and publish.

“Deprecated” means removed from the navigation menu.
You can still access the learning paths page using the direct link:

We may consider removing the learning paths completely in the future. This deprecation may span a year or more, and we'll notify you in advance.

If you have any questions regarding learning paths feature or its deprecation, please let us know through the support chat.


A learning path is a sequence of courses that allows a learner to master a topic in small steps. This approach is more effective when a learner needs to absorb a lot of information on a certain topic. Learning paths may include: courses that provide teaching material on a specific field of knowledge, quizzes a learner should complete, exams a learner should pass.

Under the Learning paths menu item you can group existing courses into a learning path. By dragging and dropping you can place the courses into the appropriate order.

The courses are shown to a learner in the order they are arranged in the learning path.

You can also add PDFs and Word documents to a learning path. In order to do this, upload a necessary file to your Google Drive, publish it to the Internet and get the embed code. Then open a learning path, click on Add courses button, choose a document type and paste the embed code to the appropriate field.

The publishing options for the learning path are as follows:

  • Share private link (the learning path will be published on the Easygenerator server and you'll be able to share a private link to access it).
  • Inside a website (the code that can be used to embed the learning path on your website will be generated).
  • To your hosting (all courses grouped into the learning path will be packaged and downloaded as the HTML package that can be run offline on your computer or published to your web server or cloud storage).
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