New in Storyline 360: Improved Player Controls
It’s easier than ever to give your learners an intuitive navigation experience. In our latest Storyline 360 update, now the built-in player controls are more in line with the way users interact with other media players. The new player controls are not only more intuitive but they’re also more accessible, since the keyboard navigation now moves from left to right.
You’ll notice these player improvements in Storyline’s classic, modern, and mobile players.
Adjustable Player Settings
You’ll also notice that we’ve added a new settings control to the player so learners can customize their learning experience. Within the player, they can:
- change the zoom mode to enlarge/reduce the zoom level of the slide’s contents
- turn accessible text on/off
- enable/disable keyboard shortcuts
Accessible Player Controls
Learners can now use keyboard shortcuts to access player controls to mute/unmute, replay the slide, and more, as shown in the screenshot above.
Keep in mind, you’ll need to install the update to see these changes in your new projects or in projects you republish.
And if you use navigation slides in your courses, now is a good time to update the instructions or any screenshots to reflect these new changes.
Want to get a feel for the new experience? See it for yourself here.
And to keep tabs on Storyline 360 features in the works, bookmark our What’s New, What’s Next page.