When you want learners to access an Engage 360 interaction over the internet or a private intranet, and if you don’t need to track their progress, then web publishing is for you. (If you do need to track learners' results, publish for LMS.)

  1. Enter Title, Description, and Folder Location
  2. Enter Additional Project Info (Optional)
  3. Adjust the Player Settings and Interaction Properties
  4. Publish
  5. Distribute Your Published Interaction

Step 1: Enter Title, Description, and Folder Location

  1. Click Publish on the Engage ribbon.
  2. When the Publish window appears, select the Web tab on the left.

    Publish window in Engage 360.
  3. Enter the Title the way you want it to appear in your published output. It defaults to the name of your project file. (Changing the title won't affect the name of your project file.) The maximum length for a project title is 80 characters.
  4. Use the Description field to give learners a synopsis of your interaction. 
  5. Use the Folder field to indicate where you want to publish your interaction—for example, your computer desktop. Click the ellipsis button (...) to browse to a location. Engage will create a new folder in that spot with all the files needed to operate your interaction.

    Important: Always publish to your local hard drive. Publishing to a network drive or a USB drive can cause problems with your published output due to latency. After publishing to your local hard drive, upload the output to a web server for testing and deployment.

Step 2 (Optional): Enter Additional Project Info

Click the ellipsis button (...) next to the Title field to define additional project information. Currently, this information is for your reference only. It won’t be visible in your published output.

  1. The Title and Description fields are the same as those on the Publish window (see the previous step).
  2. The image below the Title field will be the interaction thumbnail. By default, Engage uses an image representing the type of interaction you’re building, but you can choose a different image. Just click the hyperlinked text below the image, click Picture from File, and choose an image on your hard drive.
  3. Enter values for Author, Email, Website, Duration, Date, Version, and Keywords if you'd like.
  4. The Identifier applies only to content published for LMS.

When you're finished customizing the project information, click OK to return to the Publish window.

Step 3: Adjust the Player Settings and Interaction Properties

Use the Properties section of the Publish window to make last-minute changes to your player, quality settings, theme colors, and playback mode.


This property shows the name of the player currently assigned to your project. (The player is the interface learners see around the perimeter of your interaction.)

To make adjustments to your player, click the player name to open the player editor.


This property controls the compression settings for audio clips, videos, and JPG images in your interaction.

The quality settings default to whatever you used the last time you published an interaction. To change them, click the quality property and make your adjustments.

Theme Colors

This property shows the name of the theme currently applied to your project.

To switch to a different theme, click the current theme and choose another one.

Playback Mode

This property controls how learners navigate through your interaction.

To change the playback mode, click the current mode and choose a different option.

Step 4: Publish

When you're finished making selections, click the Publish button. When the publishing process is complete, you’ll see the Publish Successful window with several follow-up options.

View Interaction

This launches the published interaction in your default web browser.

Important: Since your files have been prepared for web delivery, you might encounter unexpected behavior when viewing the interaction on your local hard drive. It’s best to upload your published output to a web server for proper testing.


This opens a new email message with a zip file of your published interaction attached.

This option is helpful if you need to send your interaction to a web server administrator for deployment.

We don’t recommend emailing a published interaction to learners. Security restrictions on their computers will prevent some features in your interaction from working properly. Upload the interaction to a web server instead, then give learners a link to the interaction.html file.


This opens a window where you can enter your FTP credentials and transfer your output to a web server.


This creates a zipped version of your interaction files in the same location where your interaction was published.


This opens a file viewer where you can see the files Engage just created.

After you move the files to a web server, send learners a link to the interaction.html file, which is the file that launches your interaction.

Step 5: Distribute Your Published Interaction

Now that you've published your interaction, it's time to upload it to a server and give it a test run. Then send learners a link to the interaction.html file.