When it comes to creating engaging, relevant e-learning, video is a great way to capture content and your learners’ attention. Whether it’s an instructional video on how to use your company’s new time-tracking software or converting an instructor-led training session into a video-based training gives you an impactful way to share ideas with learners. And it’s an easy-to-consume format.

Articulate 360 has everything you need to create e-learning videos—including an easy way to share them with stakeholders for review and export them to your LMS. Wondering how it works? Let me walk you through the steps below.

Step 1: Publish or upload your video to Review 360 

If you created your video using Replay 360 or Peek 360, you can seamlessly publish your video to Review 360. Just navigate to Publish and choose the Review 360 option. 

If you created your video outside of Articulate 360 apps, don’t worry! From the Review 360 dashboard, you can simply upload the video file using the blue Upload a File hyperlink. 

 

Step 2: Gather feedback and approval

With your video uploaded to Review 360, it’s time to send it to your stakeholders for feedback. Simply click Share and then copy the link into an email. Anyone with the link can view and comment on your video—even if they don’t have an Articulate 360 subscription. All they need is an email address and they’re all set!

One great thing about Review 360 is how it simplifies the video review and approval process. That’s because it timestamps all feedback—which means you’ll know exactly what part of the video your reviewers were watching when they started commenting. Not only does this make your life easier, but it also streamlines the review process for your stakeholders! 

Timestamped comments in Review 360

Step 3: Export your video for LMS distribution 

Once you’ve made any necessary changes and re-published your video to Review 360—or uploaded a new version—it’s time to export! Open your project in Review 360 and click on the More ellipsis (...) in the upper right corner and choose Export to LMS. From there, select the output standard used by your LMS and choose a completion percentage. Then, click Export. And that’s all there is to it! You’ll get a .zip file that includes the video and any LMS-required files that you can upload to your LMS,  just as you would any other course.

If you’re looking for an even faster way to do this, simply find your project on your Review 360 dashboard, choose the More ellipsis (...), and follow the same steps.

Wrap-Up

Now that you know how to upload, share, and export your videos using Review 360, you’re well on your way to optimizing your video creation process. If you’re looking for more resources on creating video-based courses, check out these articles: 

Want to try using Review 360 for your video training, but don’t have Articulate 360? Start a free 30-day trial, and come back to E-Learning Heroes regularly for more helpful advice on everything related to e-learning. Do you have any other little-known tips or tricks for using Review 360? Share them below!

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