Best format to publish to distribute to through DropBox

Hi All, I've completed a very interactive project and published it to go on the web and am distributing it to a group of about individuals by putting the published file into DropBox and sending the link to the individuals.

Everyone can access the file and majority say they love it and it runs flawless, however there are a few (5 - 10) that say it runs jerky, skips parts of the slides and narration and the audio doesn't start when it should.  They don't like it at all.  Is there a better way to publish the project to send to 60-70 individuals so it runs better?

Thanks. 

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Vicki Frucci

So sorry, part of my message didn't come through.  Here's a revised version.

Hi All, I've completed a very interactive project and published it to go on the "web" and am distributing it to a group of about (60-70) individuals by putting the published file into DropBox and sending the link to the individuals.

Everyone can access the file and majority say they love it and it runs flawless, however there are a few (5 - 10) that say it runs jerky, skips parts of the slides and narration and the audio doesn't start when it should.  They don't like it at all.  Is there a better way to publish the project to send to 60-70 individuals so it runs better?

Thanks. 

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Vicki,

Do you have access to a web server or LMS where you could load the course? Those would be my first recommendations. 

If you don't have access to a web server, here are a few free options to consider:

  • Tempshare: This is a free service provided by Articulate for testing Storyline content. Note: Uploaded files will be deleted after 10 days.
  • Amazon S3: Amazon S3 offers free hosting with generous usage limits. If you go over your limit, you'll be charged a graduated fee.
  • Google Drive: Change the story.html file to index.html, and set the sharing permissions to PublicHere's how.