Easily manage all your Rise 360 courses, keep track of your private and team content, and create folders on your Rise 360 dashboard to organize projects and quickly find what you need. Get all the details below. 

Viewing All Content and Shared With Me

The All Content and Shared With Me views are at the top of your dashboard sidebar.

All Content contains a list of all training you're working on, both in your private and team directories. Shared With Me is where you can quickly find all the content you've been added to as a collaborator

Both views can be sorted by most recently modified or alphabetically by title. You can add cards in both views to My Shortcuts and jump directly to the content's actual location in your private or team directory. 

Managing My Shotcuts

My Shortcuts is a convenient way to keep track of all your content, no matter where it is. Hover over any item in the private or team section of your dashboard, click the more (...) icon, and select Add to My Shortcuts. You can also add a shortcut from the Move Shortcut tab of the move dialog.

Shortcuts can be displayed in card or list view. In list view, the File Location column displays the location of the working file. Click the link to jump directly to the section or folder.  

Once added to My Shortcuts, you can interact either with the original file or the shortcut itself.  

In the Original File section, select Show file location to jump directly to the actual item in the private or team section. If you have owner or manager permissions, you also have additional file options to publish, send a copy, duplicate, move it to another location, share, or delete the item.

Under My Shortcuts Options, you can move the shortcut to a folder within the section or remove it from the view completely. This doesn't move or delete the item in your dashboard.

My Shortcuts folders are visible only to you and help you organize your shortcuts. Add them by clicking the more icon next to My Shortcuts in the sidebar and selecting New folder. Enter a name and click Save to complete the action. You can also rename existing folders. Moving a shortcut to a folder in My Shortcuts doesn't alter the location of the original item. Folders in My Shortcuts can't have subfolders. When you delete a folder, you also delete the shortcuts for any items within the folder. 

Creating Folders

There are two ways to create a new folder on your Rise 360 dashboard. You can create folders in your private section, the team section (if available), or any subfolder within.

One way is to click the more icon (...) next to private or team in the sidebar and select New folder. Enter a name and click Save. You can also create a new folder when you move content. 

New folders appear in the sidebar and at the top of the section or folder in which they're created and are automatically alphabetized.

Pro tip: Want to jump directly to a specific folder when you launch Rise 360? Navigate to that folder, then save the URL in your browser's address bar as a bookmark. When you use the bookmark instead of the standard Rise 360 address, you'll go directly to the folder.   

Renaming Folders

If you're the owner or a manager of a folder, click the more icon next to the name of the folder in the sidebar or main panel. Select Rename, enter a new name for the folder, and click Save

Moving Content and Folders

Hover over a content tile or folder name, click the ellipsis that appears, and select Move. Select the Move File tab, if not already selected.

When the folder dialog appears, select a location for your folder: either the private or team section or any subfolder within. You can also use the Create New icon to create a new folder, give it a name, and set collaborator settings if creating a new team folder. In both cases, click the Move button to complete the process.

Note: When moving content to a team folder, it inherits the collaborator settings of that folder.  

If you change your mind, you can click the Undo button that temporarily appears in the lower left corner of the screen, or you can remove the course from its folder at any time.

If you’re an Articulate 360 Teams subscriber, you can invite collaborators to work on content with you. When you add collaborators to content, it automatically moves to the main Team section. The content automatically appears on collaborators’ dashboards in the Team section. Collaborators can’t move shared content to their private sections.

Bulk Item Management

Move or delete multiple items in your Private and Team folders at the same time with ease. Hover your mouse over content tiles, click the checkboxes in the upper-left corner to select them, then choose Move or Delete:

  • Click the Move icon on the toolbar in the upper-right to open the move dialog, then proceed as detailed above.
  • Click the Delete icon on the toolbar to move them to the Deleted Items folder. To permanently delete them, follow the steps below.

You can also use the keyboard shortcut Cmd+A (macOS) or Ctrl+A (Windows) to select all items on the current page.

Note: Advancing to a new page in the dashboard clears your currently selected items.

Deleting Folders and Content

If you're the owner or a manager of a folder or item, click the more icon next to its name in the sidebar or main panel. Select Delete and confirm that you want to delete the individual item or the folder and its contents. 

Note: When you delete a team folder that contains content from other training owners, it sends the content to the owner's deleted folder. 

Permanently delete an item by finding it in your deleted section, and selecting Delete forever from the action menu. To permanently remove all your deleted content at once, click the more icon for the Deleted section in the sidebar and click Empty

Items deleted from the trash can't be restored. 

Restoring Content

To restore deleted content, go to the Deleted section in the sidebar. Hover over the tile, click the ellipsis that appears, and choose Remove from trash. To restore a folder, click the more icon (...) next to the name in the sidebar or in the folder in the main window and select Restore folder

In both cases, content is restored to the original owner's private section with all collaborators and folder share settings removed.