11 Replies
Emily Ruby

Hello Wendy!

 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.
  • Dropbox: Place your published output in the Public folder in your Dropbox account to share it with others.
  • Google Drive: Change the story.html file to index.html, and set the sharing permissions to Public.Here's how.

Also, you can test the file in the SCORM Cloud, the industry standard for testing SCORM content, to see how it should behave when you upload it to a LMS.

Ezequiel Aranda

Hi again,

I've just realised that my previous post has been removed. So I just want to apologise to the community in case that post has been inconvenience in any way, and also ask moderator the reason of the removal in order to avoid further mistakes in the future. 

thanks in advance,


Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Gavin,

I've heard a few users who were having difficulty with Google Drive and it was in regards to how you've shared the link.  I think one point where I've seen people be confused is on "STEP 2: How to find the link for sharing:".  If you upload your published folder inside another folder in Google drive for example, you might copy everything after "drive.google.com/#folders/" but this would be incorrect.  You need to copy only the characters after the rightmost "/" in the address bar. 

stacey b

The Google drive method is a bit cumbersome.  Articulate temp share is much easier. However, the advantage of Review my Elearning is that reviewers can add comments right to the module and the developer doesn't have take on compiling all the feedback. I think that this really helps streamline the process, even though meetings or still required for more complex discussions.