Content after the trial expires

Jul 09, 2013

Hi, I am a student and as part of my thesisI have to develop an e-learning course. I like the look of Articulate Storyline and I plan to download the trial. If I complete my project and submit it within the 30 day trial period, will the content still be accessible after this time for my tutors to assess? I won't need to edit any of the content after the 30 days but I need to clarify whether or not the e-learning course will still be usable after the trial expires. Many thanks.

8 Replies
Alyssa Gomez

Hi Laur! Any content you publish to Articulate 360 will remain intact and accessible in Articulate Review, even after your Articulate 360 Trial expires. Anyone who has direct links to review your content items will still be able to view them and add comments. However, you won't be able to access your Articulate Review home page where all your content items are listed.

Let me know if that answers your question!

Maria Costa-Stienstra

Hi, Sunitha.

We’ll keep your online data, including Rise 360 courses and Review 360 projects, on our servers for at least three months after your trial expires. This means you’ll have access to your content again if you buy a subscription later, and during that time, the links should still work.

I hope this helps!

Walt Hamilton

When you publish, SL creates files in HTML language which are saved on your local hard drive. You can copy these and post them on the internet to anyplace that you have access, and they will function until browsers change too much to understand the HTML (years and years from now).

After the trial ends, you will not be able to make any changes to the project unless you have a subscription.