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Home > BluePrint > 10. Other Tools: Building, Importing, Exporting, and Retiring Courses > 1. Pushing Updates in a Course to the End Users (I.E., Building a Course)
1. Pushing Updates in a Course to the End Users (I.E., Building a Course)
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By default, any changes you make to your content or structure in BluePrint isn’t automatically pushed to your learners in the Learning Platform.

If you’re satisfied with the updates to your course, you can build your course to push these changes to your end users.


  1. Click Build in the top right corner of any page



This will initiate a course build. To check on the status of your build, open Activity Log in the left hand navigation.



While your course is building, the status will read in_progress. Once it’s finished, you will see a status of successful.


NOTE: The column On last build? indicates which course updates are live to end users. So, for example, if you update a paragraph in a lesson, you will see an update in the Activity Log that reflects this change. If On last build? does not have a green checkmark, this change has only been made in BluePrint and has not been built / pushed to learners. You will have to build to push out these changes.

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