6 Replies
Matthew Bibby

Hi Sylvia,

You can do this using JavaScript. If you haven't worked with JavaScript and Storyline before then it is a good idea to read through the Best Practices article. There is some example code included in that article that you can use to get the current date shown on your certificate.

Let me know if you run into any issues...

 

Christie Pollick

Hi, Sylvia -- Thanks for reaching out, and in addition to the suggestions and information Matthew shared, I thought I might also stop in to share this post on a similar topic for your review, as well. 

And while we are not able to provide support for JavaScript, there are many here in the community who are usually more than willing to assist, so please feel free to share your file if you need more help! :)

Sylvia Wright

Thanks so much Christie. I did find that article. I guess I need to suggest that feature to Articulate :). If Microsoft can do it I know Articulate can. They just need enough suggestions to move it to the top of the feature add list which is probably QUITE extensive :). I do so appreciate the community and Articulate staff!

Christie Pollick

Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts, Sylvia, as ideas and suggestions are absolutely valued and are carefully considered by our Product Development team. You may also find it useful to take a look at this overview on our Feature Request Process written by Product Operations Manager, Gabe Anderson.  :)