With the acquisition (opens in new tab) in May 2019, GitPrime joined Pluralsight to help technology organizations reach their full potential. Since then, we integrated the GitPrime experience—now named Flow—into Pluralsight’s product ecosystem.
Here’s a historical timeline of changes and updates that occurred during the transition:
Early January, 2020
- For our cloud customers, GitPrime’s app domain changed from app.gitprime.com to flow.pluralsight.com. The login experience remained the same.
January 17th, 2020
- GitPrime was re-branded as Pluralsight Flow, including a new look and feel.
- All Flow (GitPrime) users have access to the Pluralsight platform and can easily switch between the Flow and Skills products.
- All Flow users have a unified Pluralsight login for access to both Skills and Flow.
- Flow users without an active Pluralsight Skills subscription have limited access to Skills, including Flow Academy (opens in new tab), Skill IQ (opens in new tab), and a rotating selection of free courses (opens in new tab).
- All Flow users need to reset their password the first time they log in after January 17th. Immediately after resetting their password, all users will land on their Pluralsight Skills dashboard and be guided on how to navigate to the Flow dashboard. Every subsequent login on flow.pluralsight.com defaults to the Flow dashboard.
- Since moving to a unified Pluralsight login, we deprecated the option to log in via GitHub or Bitbucket.
- The GitPrime website redirects to Pluralsight Flow (opens in new tab). All resources and content are located on Pluralsight’s website and blog.
- GitPrime’s Help Center redirects to Pluralsight's Help Center.
- Customers using the on-prem version of the application get the new look and feel, but on-prem users do not receive a unified Pluralsight login.
- Intercom (our support messaging system) was replaced with an in-app ticket/issue generator. Contact us at Pluralsight Support (opens email form).
If you need help, please contact Pluralsight Support.