New in Storyline 360: Preview selected scenes and slides

We love giving you new ways to work more efficiently in Storyline 360. That’s why we’ve added more options for seeing the changes you’re making to your projects without publishing your entire course. You’re already able to preview one slide, one scene, or your entire project, but now you have the added flexibility of previewing multiple scenes or slides. 

In Story View, you can preview multiple scenes or slides, and in Slide View, you can preview multiple slides. Here’s how:

Just Shift+click to select a series of scenes or slides, like this:

Or, use Ctrl+click to select nonconsecutive scenes or slides, like this:

With your slides selected, click the Preview drop-down arrow on the ribbon and choose Selected Scenes or Selected Slides, depending on your context.

That’s all there is to it! We think you’ll love this nifty new timesaver!

You can learn more about the new preview selected scenes/slides feature in this article.

13 Replies
Leslie McKerchie

Hello Brandon and welcome to E-Learning Heroes :)

Thanks for popping in to share what you would like to see.

Is there a preview option to "view the entire project - from this slide"?

You can preview multiple slides (or even scenes) by selecting them first:

  1. Use Shift+click to select a series of scenes (from story view) or slides (from either story view or slide view), or use Ctrl+click to select non-consecutive scenes or slides.
  2. Press Ctrl+Shift+F12. Or, click the Preview drop-down arrow on the ribbon and choose Selected Scenes or Selected Slides, depending on your context.

It’s that easy!

Judy Nollet

Hi, Jennifer,

It's possible to re-order slides and/or scenes in the player Menu. That doesn't change the order used by the NEXT button; it just changes how the items appear in the Menu. It appears your Menu somehow got rearranged.

You can fix the problem by going to the Player and adjusting the Menu order:

P.S. It's better to start a new thread for this type of question. That will make it more likely to be seen and answered.