When we teach interactive elements in our hands-on Articulate Storyline 360 training, someone will inevitably ask: “How do we keep learners from interacting until the narration ends?” This can be crucial in compliance-based e-Learning, ensuring the learners receive all content and don’t skip ahead. Let’s look at ways we can temporarily lock interactions for this “as heard in training” question. As you’ll undoubtedly hear us say in training: “There’s always more than one way to accomplish it in Storyline 360.” Today, we’ll discuss three methods for temporarily locking interactions. Method
How Will I Remember Development Techniques?
At Yukon Learning, our mission is “Making e-Learning Easy for Everyone.” One of the ways we do so is by coming up with mnemonic devices (or just parodied song lyrics) to help participants in training remember key things about Storyline 360. In this article, let’s review some of these phrases you might hear from our trainers. “If you like it then you shoulda put a name on it.” Our beloved Ron Price likes to say that Beyoncé was once an e-Learning designer and that while developing, she came up with
Can I Create an Animated “Selected” State?
Storyline makes it easy to create a custom state for any object on your slide. There may be a time where you’d like to use animation instead of a static state change. One question we received recently was, “Can I create an animated Selected state?” The short answer is “Yes,” …so let’s take a look at how you can do it! Add the Selected State To add and/or edit the Selected state of an object, select the item and open the States tab below the slide. Click Edit States and the “New” icon