Moodle plugins directory: Level Up XP - Gamification 🏅
Level Up XP - Gamification 🏅
Level Up XP
Gamify your Courses.
Increase Course Completion.
XP adds gamification to your Moodle courses. Learners receive points for their actions, visualise their progress, compete with others through a leaderboard, and unlock content based on their individual needs and experiences. Retain learners, increase completion, and provide a stimulating education experience!
Around 10,000 websites and 1.6 million learners use the plugin!
XP is the most popular gamification offer on Moodle with around 10.000 sites and 1.6 million learners using the plugin. Whether you are in charge of continuous training at your company, a university instructor looking to decrease drop-out rates, or a teacher who wants to provide a more engaging, fun learning environment, XP has you covered.
With XP you have complete control of your learners' pathways: decide what content they can access and which courses use gamification elements.
Try XP and increase learning outcomes with the following features:
Motivate learners through experience points and individual leaderboards
- Automatically attribute points to learners for their actions
- Block that displays current level and progress towards next level
- A leaderboard to show the ranking of the learners
- Notifications to congratulate learners as they level up
Keep track of progress and steer their learning experience
- Report for instructors to get an overview of their learners' levels
- Ability to customise the number of levels, the points they require, and their appearance
- Total control over the points earned per action
- Experience points earned per course, or for the entire site
- Support for shortcodes to include in content
- Unlock content when a certain level is reached
XP is fully GDPR compliant and has been certified as a privacy-friendly plugin.
92% of our surveyed customers would recommend XP to their colleagues!
Get serious about creating a fun learning environment! XP+ comes with even more personalisation options, the inclusion of team leaderboards, and more data evaluation possibilities. In addition to all XP features, XP+ allows you to:
Use the full potential of the Leaderboard
- Create team leaderboards to increase team cohesion or competitiveness
- Export leaderboards for data analytics
Award points for
- Course behaviour
- Learning activities
- Course completion
Create an Individual Learner Pathway
- Drops: award points by placing code snippets anywhere in your course
- Target an activity by name to set rules that apply to all activities matching a given name
- Grade-based rewards
- Individual rewards (e.g. for punctuality) and personalised notes
- Limit learners' rewards (e.g. limit points for repeated actions)
- Progress bar can display progress toward the next or ultimate level
- Additional default-level badges
Implement New Design Features for an Engaging Learning Experience
- Substitute experience points for other symbols
- Viewing the block on someone's profile displays their level
Do even more…
- Implement resilient cheat guard
- Course selection rule
- Import points from a CSV file
- Export logs and reports for easy data evaluation
- Receive email support
Still curious? Visit our website for more information on XP+.
Join thousands of educators,
and gamify your courses today!
We constantly add new features and updates to our plugins. Here are some of the highlights of our recent releases:
- Compatibility with Moodle 4.1
- Display leaderboard snapshot on the block
- Design update for a more modern feel
- Award points for completing a section (XP+)
- For more, see the latest release notes
How are experience points calculated? How do I unlock new courses? How do I use shortcodes? Deep dive into XP's offers and learn how to use our features here.
Please report any issues, problems, or feature requests on the issue tracker. Thanks!
I understand that in your use case, you would be interested for learners to have a single leaderboard and level for the whole site, but educators would like to have access to a report broken down by course, is that right?
Whoops, we forgot to push the master branch, we had only pushed the tag. Note that we discourage the usage of the master branch as the latter often ends up in a unstable stage. We recommend checking out the latest tag:
I am getting the following when upgrading block_xp from v3.12.1 to v.3.13.0 into our Moodle 3.11.11:
PHP Notice: The renderer was requested too early in the process.* line 383 of /local/xp/classes/local/container.php: call to debugging()
* line 105 of /local/xp/classes/local/container.php: call to local_xp\local\container->get_renderer()
* line 54 of /blocks/xp/classes/di.php: call to local_xp\local\container->get()
* line 78 of /blocks/xp/classes/local/setting/recommended_plugins_setting.php: call to block_xp\di::get()
* line 151 of /blocks/xp/classes/local/setting/default_settings_maker.php: call to block_xp\local\setting\recommended_plugins_setting->__construct()
* line 84 of /local/xp/classes/local/setting/settings_maker.php: call to block_xp\local\setting\default_settings_maker->get_general_settings()
* line 98 of /blocks/xp/classes/local/setting/default_settings_maker.php: call to local_xp\local\setting\settings_maker->get_general_settings()
* line 74 of /local/xp/classes/local/setting/settings_maker.php: call to block_xp\local\setting\default_settings_maker->get_settings()
* line 36 of /blocks/xp/settings.php: ca in /var/www/releases/uvigo-vle-moodle/uvigo-vle-moodle-20221201-145308/web/lib/weblib.php on line 3268
Anyone know what this error is a result of and how to resolve it?
Thanks in advance.
I'm having a bit of issue on the level up notification one would get if they completed a level. I have "Enable level up notification" as yes in the course settings but when I level up, I don't receive any pop-ups notifying me that I have leveled up.
This is odd. Would you please confirm which version of Moodle you are using, as well as the version of XP, and XP+ if you have is too. We are unable to replicate this locally.
Could you please either try to upgrade to the latest versions, or make sure JS caching is enabled (cachejs setting)? We just fixed a bug yesterday that may addressed issues with that. Thanks!
If that is the Moodle block that displays the site navigation, you may be able to change the permissions within the block itself to override role permissions.
If that is the navigation (icons) visible within XP itself, those are visible as per the availability of other pages (leaderboard/info), there aren't any existing permissions that control this.