Another series of updates to Maple Learn? It’s almost like we’re constantly working on Maple Learn to add more features and improve based on your feedback! Wild, right? Anyways, here’s some of the latest features we’ve added to Maple Learn.

First, we’re very excited to present our new Example Gallery. Not only does it have a shiny new design, but there are now over 400 example documents in just about every area of mathematics you can think of.  These documents are perfect for seeing how Maple Learn can be used to teach and explore concepts, and you can easily modify them to suit your own needs. We’re still working hard on improving the Example Gallery and its content, so let us know what you want to see!

We’ve also got some shiny new features in Maple Learn itself. Do you ever look at a graph and think, “Wow, this is great and all, but I sure would love if it had fewer straight lines and more circles?” I know I do. Luckily for both of us, Maple Learn now supports polar coordinates! Just click the round globe icon to see your plots transformed to the circular form you’ve always wanted them to be.

Looking to enhance the text portion of your documents, rather than the graphs? We’ve got just the thing for you—Maple Learn now supports bullet lists! Take your pick of numerical lists, alphabetical, or your traditional bullet point. If you’re looking to augment your document with a step-by-step process, a list of your favourite mathematical expressions, or you’re just feeling tired of using pen and paper for grocery lists, Maple Learn now has what you need.

Speaking of improving the layout of your documents, we now have an option for horizontal tables. The vertical tables can get a bit a long, especially for a short document, but with horizontal tables you can keep all your documents cozy and compact.

And as always, this is just a taste of what we’ve been up to. We’ve also improved a variety of features (including our new steps feature!) and fixed an assortment of bugs. And remember, we couldn’t do this without you! Please continue to let us know what you’d like to see in Maple Learn, and someday it could be your request featured in our post!

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