Open edX plugins are built on the XBlock.

There are a number of plugins or extensions available to extend the standard features of your Open edX LMS.

Add e-commerce, video chats, single sign-on (SSO) and more.

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Open edX® Insights

This is the advanced analytics stack from Open edX® that makes standard data downloads more visual

Open edX® Discussion Forums

Add discussion forum topics to your courses where teachers and learners can engage with one another.

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Salesforce®

The world’s #1 CRM to help your business sell, service and market.

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Wordpress

Build a beautiful marketing site to sit in front of your Open edX® platform using the famous WordPress. 

GO-FOURTH Facial Recognition

Integrate facial recognition web clocking with GPS with detailed reports of where your staff are located. 

Zoom Meetings

Allow your teachers and learners to engage in Zoom Meetings to join video calls and do screen sharing.

PayPal

Accept payments for your Open edX courses using the world-famous PayPal. 

Stripe

Accept card payments online for your Open edX courses using the trusted Stripe e-commerce plugin. 

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SCORM

Add the Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) standard to your Open edX LMS.

Google Mail Single Sign-On (SSO)

Allow your teachers and learners to sign in via their Google Mail (Gmail) accounts.

Microsoft Single Sign-On (SSO)

Allow your teachers and learners to sign in via their Microsoft accounts using Azure Active Directory.

Google Analytics

The Google Analytics API lets you incorporate Google Analytics functionality into your Open edX platform.

BigBlueButton

Provides real-time sharing of audio, video, slides, chat, and screen.

Oscar E-commerce

Create and manage your online courses as products, ready to sell online via supported payment gateways. 

Qwickly Attendance

Take roll call and track your teachers and learners attendance with detailed reports and extra features. 

GNECsis Student Information System

GNECsis offers a student information system specifically designed for theological colleges.  

Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)

CompTIA is a non-profit trade association, issuing professional certifications for the information technology industry. You can integrate as a vendor.

EC-Council online courses

The International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants is a professional organisation that certifies individuals in various e-business and IT security skills. You can integrate as a vendor.

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

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How do plugins work?

Once your plugins are installed, they will work seamlessly with your Open edX platform. Check out our list of supported plugins to learn more about each one.

How long does it take?

Plugins are installed in different ways depending on the underlying technologies involved, but it can generally be done fast. It can take a few days or weeks to install, test and push the plugin into production mode.

Can I have more than one plugin?

Yes. Most versions of Open edX will be compatible with our supported plugins.

Can we add plugins that are not supported?

Yes. If the plugin you want is not on our list of supported plugins, there is still a chance we can integrate it, especially if they provide developer documentation. 

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