Best way to design Multi-scenario course

Jun 21, 2016

Hi, I am currently designing a course containing 6 storyline scenarios, I have designed all the scenario separately in their own file. 

The main interface contains two stages: a standard size front page which link to a very long scrolling interface page. On this second page, there are buttons link to each scenario.

Now here are my questions:

1, I understand that storyline can not accommodate different sizes of slides within one .storyfile. Is there any way around this so I can have both my interface without have to use storyline's "scrolling panel".

2, Regarding the link between each scenario and the interface, I read some previous posts suggesting using "Jump to url/file" trigger. I am concerned about its reliability and testing. Is this the best way or shall I copy everything into one file?

Please could some one shed some light on this, many thanks in advance.

6 Replies
Christie Pollick

Hi, Jiayu -- Thanks so much for reaching out here! While I will defer to your fellow community members to offer more project-specific advice on what you would like to achieve, I did want to note that it may be helpful to upload your .story file to better illustrate what you have in mind. Also, our design-related Building Better Courses forum would be a great place to post this question, as well. Best of luck with your project! 

Jiayu Dudderidge

Have done that already, just a thought for the feature request, I have noticed lots repeated feature requests been discussed here, would it be interesting if Articulate can gather the most frequently requested features and put them in a leader board, the community can then decide by voting for the most wanted features, in the hope that it or they will be incorporated sooner?

Christie Pollick

Hi, Jiayu -- Thank you so much for your reply, and for submitting your feature request! 

Ideas and suggestions are absolutely valued and are carefully considered by our Product Development team. You may find it useful to take a look at this blog post on our Feature Request Process by our Product Operations Manager. 

And unfortunately, we are not able to announce product roadmaps or release dates for new products/features or updates, but there are a few other options you have to stay up to date! I'd suggest that you subscribe to the Word of Mouth Blog for updates on Articulate products and also follow us on Facebook or Twitter. :)

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