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5 Best Microlearning Platforms for 2022

Amy Watts
Amy Watts

Are you looking for a tool to help you create and deliver tailored microlearning programs to your workforce? 

The market is saturated with new platforms promising to provide clever new ways of sharing training content with learners, but it can be difficult to know which ones are worth their weight.

Luckily, we’ve done the hard bit for you. Here are the top microlearning platforms for 2022, the features they offer and which companies’ they are most optimized for. 

What is microlearning?

Microlearning is a new way of delivering information to learners which seeks to replicate our existing habits of consuming content online.

Much like the short bursts of information we see on our Twitter feeds and smartphone notifications, microlearning delivers bite-sized chunks of information to learners right at the point of need.

It’s for this reason that microlearning is often delivered in tandem with mobile-friendly formats and gamification, seeking to make workforce training as engaging as possible.

Why should I be using a microlearning platform?

Modern workers have just 1% of their time set aside for learning and development in any working week. With a workforce this time-poor, it’s crucial that every learner is given information that is as concise, relevant and engaging as possible.

The microlearning approach has also been proven to improve knowledge retention and reduce cognitive load, meaning your learning strategy will be more effective in empowering learners to perform at their best. 

Top microlearning platforms for 2022

Now that you know the benefits that microlearning has to offer, here are our top recommended platforms to level up your learning strategy for 2022.

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We couldn’t help but mention our own microlearning tool: eduMe. eduMe is a mobile-based training platform that helps companies onboard, train and upskill their workforce from anywhere, at any time. Unique ‘seamless’ technology allows you to embed microlearning content within your native app, as well as integrating with powerful third party tools such as Fountain and Braze to make learning as engaging and accessible as possible. 


  • Content creation studio

  • Real time analytics

  • Passwordless access

  • Surveys

  • Integrations

  • Gamification

  • Multiple languages

  • Mobile-focused

Ease of use: 4.8 (Capterra)

Customer service: 4.7 (Capterra)

Potential drawback: Better suited to companies with larger workforces looking to administer training at scale

Who it’s best for:Medium to large size companies with a deskless workforce that need onboarding, training and ongoing upskilling on-the-go



Spekit is a remote training and onboarding tool built by sales professionals to easily embed microlearning into complex workflows. Its integration with Salesforce makes it easy to onboard new starters within the platform, and their Google Chrome extension is another easily accessible tool that’s ideal for dynamic teams. 


  • Card templates

  • Chrome extension

  • Integrations - Salesforce, Slack

  • Communications

  • Learning streams

  • Real-time feedback

  • Reporting

  • Embed links

Ease of use: 4.5 (Capterra)

Customer service: 5 (Capterra)

Potential drawback: Fewer options for customization/expansion, learning is not gamified.

Who it’s best for: Sales-focused teams of any size who need quick answers in the flow of work.



LearnUpon is a user-focused, corporate Learning Management System (LMS) which delivers bite-sized training at scale to employees, partners and customers. The platform seeks to unify, coordinate and streamline training delivery across clients’ entire network, with a microlearning tool that’s designed for enterprise-level training programs. 


  • Course creation tool

  • Portals

  • Reporting

  • Integrations

  • Assessments

  • Gamification

  • Mobile-friendly

  • Single Sign On

Ease of use: 4.7 (Capterra)

Customer Service: 4.9 (Capterra)

Potential drawback: Lack of customization and reporting tools

Who it’s best for: Medium to large sized businesses who operate in a corporate, office-based environment.



Tovuti is a cloud-based LMS which allows companies to create, deliver and track the effectiveness of their eLearning programs. Gamification, leaderboards and virtual live classrooms make for an interactive, engaging user experience and allow learners to collaborate with fellow colleagues.


  • Course creation tool

  • Course tracking

  • Lesson gating

  • Communities

  • Gamification

  • Branding and customization

  • Mobile-friendly

  • Single Sign On

Ease of use: 4.4 (Capterra)

Customer Service: 4.8 (Capterra)

Potential drawback: Less user intuitive than other options

Who it’s best for: Corporate organizations of any size who have prior experience with LMS.



Axonify is a modern learning solution for frontline employees which utilizes AI tools to personalize the learning experience and boost learner engagement. Detailed user reporting allows managers to track learner progress and detect areas of improvement, as well as monitoring sentiment with engagement analytics.


  • Course creation tools

  • Reporting

  • Notifications

  • Integrations

  • Surveys

  • AI-powered personalization

  • Mobile-friendly

  • Single Sign On

Ease of use: 4.3 (Capterra)

Customer service: 4.8 (Capterra)

Potential drawback: Some users report difficulty navigating the platform

Who it’s best for: Companies of any size with a large ‘deskless’ workforce, i.e. not sitting at a computer.

Switching to a microlearning approach is key to preventing churn and boosting engagement in the deskless workforce, and in your wider corporate learning strategy.

Get in touch with us now to see how eduMe’s platform can help you make the switch as seamless as possible 👇