Microlearning is an extremely popular digital learning strategy these days, used abundantly in corporate L&D programs by a number of organizations, Microlearning’s popularity is due to its learner-centric approach as well as its ability to complement other digital learning strategies like mobile learning, gamification, personalized learning, adaptive learning etc. However, microlearning is much more than simply creating short, focused content. A lot of organizations simply condense their existing digital learning courses to create microlearning, which is the wrong approach. There are certain characteristics that must be a part of every microlearning bit you create, or else you run the risk of creating ineffective microlearning. In this article, we’ll discuss those characteristics.