What are Long Term Support Releases?

Long Term Support releases are robust, complete, and stable versions of our products. Three times a year, we release production-ready versions of our APIs that will be supported for two years.

Below, see a summary of Learnosity Long Term Support Releases, and discover the powerful new features contained within. See Release Cadence and Version Lifecycle for information on timeframes and release cadence.



Our latest major release enhances efficiency for authors and graders with AI tools, improves accessibility for both educators and learners, and simplifies the documentation experience for devs.

Learn more about 2024.2.LTS



In this major release, we’re combating cheating, elevating STEM assessments, taking AI-enriched assessment authoring to the next level, and more.

Learn more about 2024.1.LTS



This release ushered in an iron-clad test timer, a new image-based math question type, more flexible scoring for Asian language assessments, a partner integration for the AI-powered testing of spoken English, and the long awaited announcement of Author Aide.

Learn more about 2023.3.LTS



Highlights from this release include inclusivity improvements for learners, streamlined documentation for developers, and a glimpse of an upcoming AI gamechanger for authors

Learn more about 2023.2.LTS



In our latest LTS release, we helped learners find the right answers, reduced friction for instructors when reporting, delivered several accessibility enhancements, and announced big changes to come.

Learn more about 2023.1.LTS



With this release, we helped you easily integrate cutting-edge STEM capabilities via our Partner Ecosystem, enhanced the learning experience and web accessibility for all users, reduced friction for your developers, and more.

Learn more about 2022.3.LTS



With this release, we helped you level-up assessment inclusivity with a more advanced line reader, increased STEM capabilities, and a variety of authoring enhancements.

Learn more about 2022.2.LTS



From tapping the endless potential of custom questions to boosting your author and dev teams' efficiency, this release was about exploring assessment possibilities while reducing friction.

Note: 2022.1.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2022.1.LTS



In this release, we welcomed computer code blocks into questions to beef up our STEM capabilities, added a bunch of authoring productivity enhancements, and improved the performance of the Learnosity system.

Note: 2021.3.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2021.3.LTS



Our second major release of 2021 was packed with updates and features that beefed up your authoring, assessment, and accessibility experiences. 

Note: 2021.2.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2021.2.LTS



This release offered even more accessibility enhancements, quality of life updates in the authoring admin panel, and increased support for rescoring.

Note: 2021.1.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2021.1.LTS



We rose to the challenges that 2020 threw our way and stayed true to our mission to raise the standard for the EdTech industry.

Note: 2020.3.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2020.3.LTS



Our 2020.2.LTS long term support release was a goody bag of features and updates across authoring, assessment, analytics, and accessibility to make your learning product richer and more flexible.

Note: 2020.2.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2020.2.LTS



Learnosity’s 2020.1 Long Term Support release was brimming with delights, like response analysis reporting, an improved Author Site, and many more efficiency-enhancing features.

Note: 2020.1.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2020.1.LTS



Our 2019.3.LTS release helped you break down language barriers, deliver more accessible reports, and activate annotations with greater ease.

Note: 2019.3.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2019.3.LTS



Our 2019.2.LTS release introduced powerful new features that gave content creators more ways of engaging learners and evaluating learning. These included better control of assessment navigation, a drawing Question type with compass and line tools, self-hosted adaptive algorithms, a simplified math keypad, and a new line reader tool.

Note: 2019.2.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2019.2.LTS


With 2019.1.LTS, ask questions in more languages. Adding support for right-to-left languages such as Arabic, this release also provided users with more efficient authoring and improved student insights. All while delivering faster, more robust assessments.

Note: 2019.1.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2019.1.LTS


With 2018.2.LTS, we pushed the boundaries of building great content. With the addition of powerful video Question types as a premium bundle, as well as dynamic content and amazing student annotations, we worked to improve your understanding of how your students learn.

Note: 2018.2.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2018.2.LTS


The Learnosity 2018.1 Long Term Support (LTS) release was the culmination of feedback from hundreds of customer conversations and over 1,400 improvements large and small by the dedicated Learnosity team.

Note: 2018.1.LTS is now archived.

Learn more about 2018.1.LTS
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