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John Blum

Thank you, Alyssa!

That's a good idea, Stephanie.  However our courses right now are over 200 slides and 50+ scenes (some scenes are just divider slides -- there's a bit of complexity in the structure of the course because we are dealing with systems, subsystems, and secondary subsystems in the same course) and are about various systems in the new parking garage. 

Next month we start on the training for the new hospital being built which is vastly more complex, the courses could easily exceed 1,000 slides, so your idea may be a bit tedious.  Still, a good idea and very helpful.  Thank you!

Beverley Davis

In addition to being able to export the Glossary contents for use in another project, I would like to be able to switch from Classic player to Modern (and vice versa) without losing the contents of my existing Glossary. I recently updated from Storyline 2 to Storyline 360 and am very frustrated to have to recreate it when I updated to the Modern player. And while we're discussing the Glossary, another feature is needed: the ability to include the Glossary and the Resource list in the Publish to Word function.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi all, 

Today we released an exciting new feature for Storyline 360: glossary import and export! You'll find this feature in Storyline 360, build 3.30.19518.0.  You can see more details on how to use it in this post. 

To install, launch the Articulate 360 desktop app on your computer and click the Update button for Storyline. Details here.

Please let us know if you have any questions, either here or by reaching out to our Support Engineers directly.