Why the 2 versions of Storyline - SL3 and SL360?
I delayed upgrading from SL2 because I only need the Storyline software (I work in localisation on finalised courses) and did not want to take out a subscription for the full Articulate 360 package as I would be paying for software that I would be unlikely to use. I know a lot of other people in my industry who have been slow to upgrade.
I was delighted to hear that I could now buy a license for Storyline 3, only to find out that it was not totally identical to the SL360 that comes in the Articulate 360 package.
Why are Articulate making things so difficult?
Adobe manage to have a CC Suite with options to take a single package, 2 or 3, or the whole lot. Why couldn't the stand-alone Storyline license be the same as the one in Articulate 360 and why could it not be bought as a stand-alone subscription?
There is now the concern as to if files created in SL360 can be localised using SL3. Adobe must be rubbing their hands together with thoughts of all the people who will move to Captivate!
Is there any plan to bring SL3 and SL360 in line so both versions have identical features?