Uzity Pricing, Features, Reviews & Comparison of Alternatives


All­-in­-one LMS for education & online training

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Uzity overview

Uzity is a cloud-based learning management system (LMS) for education and online training, designed for use in both businesses and educational institutions. Users can create engaging online courses with text, images, video, audio, presentations, and documents, and embed rich content from a range of websites including YouTube, Vimeo, SlideShare, and SoundCloud. Changes to courses can be published in real-time without interruption to learners, and drag-and-drop tools allow users to organize content in any configuration.

Uzity offers multiple privacy levels for both organizations and courses, giving users control over who can see and access content. Learners can collaborate through discussion boards and in-app messaging, and learner progress can be evaluated using a range of assessment and question types. Email and in-app notifications keep users updated on new course topics or organization invitations.


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Uzity pricing

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Basic and Premium plans are available.
Plans are billed per active user, and are payable monthly or annually.

Uzity features

Assessment Management
Automatic Notifications
Course Authoring
Learning Management
Progress Tracking
Reporting & Statistics

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Activity Dashboard (87 other apps)
Activity Tracking (48 other apps)
Attendance Management (68 other apps)
Calendar Management (54 other apps)
Communication Management (58 other apps)
Course Catalog (49 other apps)
Customizable Branding (51 other apps)
Customizable Reporting (49 other apps)
Data Import/Export (56 other apps)
Records Management (61 other apps)
Registration Management (58 other apps)
Time & Attendance Tracking (60 other apps)
eLearning Management (46 other apps)

Additional information for Uzity

Key features of Uzity

  • Course tracking
  • Audio upload
  • Video upload
  • Resource attachments
  • Internal messaging
  • Learner groups
  • Course announcements
  • Custom domain
  • Course creation
  • Quizzes & assessments
  • User management
  • Role-based permissions
  • Instructor groups
  • Course editor
  • Mathematical equation editor
  • Auto-save
  • Course management
  • Real-time editing
  • Drag-and-drop course organization
  • Change tracking
  • Version histories
  • Learner progress tracking
  • Course previews
  • Discussion boards
  • Graded & non-graded assessments
  • Multiple question types
  • Assessment scheduling
  • Auto-evaluation
  • Keyword highlighting
  • Negative scoring
  • Timed & self-paced assessments
  • Email notifications
  • In-app notifications
  • Organization announcements
  • In-app messaging
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Organization privacy settings allow users to control whether their organization is visible to everyone or only to members, and course privacy can also be controlled, with open, closed, and hidden options to manage how learners can enroll.

Learners can be grouped based on which team they are on within an organization, or which course they are studying, and teachers can be grouped according to the department they work in or which grade they teach.

Courses can be created with images, text, presentations, videos, audio, and documents, and embedded content from YouTube, SoundCloud, Vimeo, SlideShare, Google Slides, and more can be included.

Courses can be progressive, requiring learners to complete all topics in sequence, or collateral, where learners can jump to any topic within the course at any time.

Learners can track their course progress, resume learning from wherever they stopped, collaborate, exchange ideas, and ask questions about course material, projects, and assignments, and send messages to their peers and instructors.