If you’ve ever built a course in Storyline 360, you’ve likely spent a good amount of time working with the Timeline panel. Mainly because after adding objects to a slide, you often need to adjust when those objects appear and disappear in order to synchronize them with audio narration. Since we spend so much time in the Timeline panel, you may be wondering if we have any useful tips to make things more efficient. Well, we’re glad you asked! Read on as we answer the “as heard in training” question:
It’s become commonplace for businesses to accept documents signed electronically, and the same is true for e-learning courses. For example, you may have a course that includes rules or regulations that you want the learner to acknowledge, or perhaps you want to capture an electronic signature for authorization purposes. The great news is that you can do this in Articulate Storyline 360! Read on as we answer the “as heard in training” question: “How can I capture an electronic signature in my e-learning course?“ But First, Download the Exercise File!
If you’re like us, you love adding motion paths to your courses. We can use motion paths to create visual engagement for learners, which keeps them interested in the content. But there may be times when you want to “tweak” your motion paths to make them behave differently than they do by default. That’s when Path Options come into play! Since there are multiple options to choose from, read on as we answer the “as heard in training” question: “What are the different motion path options?“ Path Options Menu First
One of the wonderful things about the Articulate 360 suite is that it’s constantly being updated with new features. With Rise 360, you don’t even need to install new updates, they’re just there the next time you open it! One of the most recent additions to Rise 360 is a “Microlearning” feature that allows for quick and easy course creation…because sometimes less is more. Continue reading as we put the spotlight on this “as heard in training” question: “How does the Rise 360 Microlearning feature differ from Rise 360 courses?”
We’re occasionally asked if a Storyline 360 project can be exported as a single video file rather than a traditional published SCORM or Web package. Like most things in Storyline 360, the answer is: absolutely! This is a great option for creating quick, micro-sized learning that can stand alone on your website or Learning Management System (LMS), or be added to another Storyline 360 or Rise 360 course. So, grab your popcorn and sit back as we answer the “as heard in training” question: “Can I Export a Storyline Project