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Bill Dane

I have a very real need case for this. I work for a government agency that needs to review 150+ courses to see if a particular site is being referenced in hyperlinks and either delete the hyperlink or edit it. Currently the only way I see this happening is to either go through each slide's triggers and look for a hyperlink using this particular domain, but that is not always thorough enough as there might be a link in a layer on any of those slides.  The other method is what was described above involving exporting a translation of the course to see the links.

BTW, you can hit ALT-F9 in Word to convert those links into readable/searchable text!

Storyline's search function is woefully inadequate and should be on Articulate's roadmap to improve. I should be able to search with hyperlinks, alt tags, and anything else that can be typed in. I should also be able to search only with either that slide, the current scene, or the whole project. And when searching on slides with buttons or question distractors, not show every state of the element that matches the search criteria.

Karin Martinsen

When testing a project it would be much easier to be able to generate a
list to test there are no typos in the links then to have to play out the
program and find a deadlink and then fix it and start the test again.

Karin
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Karin Martinsen

If you update your website and you need to update many of the links it
would be better to be able to find a list to see where all of the outdated
links might be then to have to play the program and click on every link to
find them and make a list and then go edit them and check again and so
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Maria Costa-Stienstra

Hi, Karin.

Thank you for the additional details! I'll share them with my team.  

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