Hosting articulate storyline output in Office 365 sites


I need to launch the course in our office 365 sites. How do I embed or upload the files? I have tried creating a document library folder then upload the output folder in it. When I click on the "story.html" file, it opens a browser but give me a blank page. Please help!




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Toby Hone

Hi there, I have a similar challenge. I need to host them somewhere within the 0365 suite, so our sales team can access them with their phone. 
I read the posts about converting html files to aspx, and adjusting browser settings but this sounds like a house of cards waiting to fall with the first bug that on them. 
the most novel solution I’ve come up with so far is to set up a ‘planner’ board as the e-learning hub and then each card has a web link to the respective articulate training module. This works seamlessly on the phone with planner app. However this is using an ‘orange to be an Apple’ and I’d much prefer to have the same sort of ease with sharepoint. 
The other option i can think of is to email the link and get them to file the emails in a e-learning folder 

Toby Hone

Hi there,

I'm currently waiting for my employer to renew my subscription, so I am
locked out of the community at the moment.

Potential options so far are;
Using Microsoft Team as a spot to post the link. Teams works really well
with a number of options such as; simply putting the link in a conversation
channel or chat, using Wiki a landing page to host all the links or using a
planner board as a makeshift hosting site for links.
Theoretically, I could also host all the files in one drive and then post
the link, but I haven't been able to get this to work, so I am simply using
the Articulate link.
My work is about to subscribe to a headless CMS system, and I intent to
use this as the location for all my links. For simplicity, I would prefer
to simply link to the Articulate hosting server, but I think IT will force
me to export files and host as a 'stand-alone' for some sort of 'security'
reason. Personally, I disagree, as we are sharing power points, pdf's and
excel spreadsheets, left, right and centre, but as soon as it comes to
writing a product training module, it is seen as a major security risk of
our IP.
The other option is to host on Sharepoitn, but I want to avoid doing this,
as we would have to change all the html files to aspx and frankly, that
sounds like a house of cards put together with sticky tape and bluetack
waiting to fall over.

In short, solution is pending ;)