Cloud-based platforms

I have a question regarding the evolving business model for the Articulate platforms.  In context, Microsoft Office, Adobe Suite, Softchalk, etc. are now cloud-based products with subscription based services.  Upgrades are thus pushed out automatically and the content can be saved over the cloud.  Are there plans for something similar with Storyline v3?

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Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Sean,

Thanks for the question - but we don't share information in regards to development of new versions, updates or timelines associated with those items. You're welcome to share your thoughts on what you'd like to see in the form of a feature request here. You may also want to follow along with updates from Articulate by following us on Facebook, Twitter, or subscribing to the Word of Mouth blog. 

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Indrit,

The only cloud/web based authoring tool we have currently is Rise which is a part of Articulate 360. You can read a bit more about Rise here, and Articulate 360 in general here. It's a subscription service, but the applications such as Storyline and Studio will still download to your desktop. 

Vincent Scoma

Hi Hugo,

Great question! 

Currently, Storyline 360 would need to be run in a Windows PC environment. An option that I hope will help is to use a virtual machine such as VMware Player to run Windows on a Linux PC. You can find more details on this here: 

Please let us know if you have any questions!