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Jen Dove

I also have faced this issue, as our team needed the more robust reporting features of Storyline quizzing, but wanted the slick look of the Rise course.  The workaround is embedding it as a web object like April mentions above.  I'm wondering, though, how good does it look on a mobile device?  Still as responsive when on its own?

Julie Abbott

Since this post is about a year old, checking in to see if this is possible?  I need to publish to SharePoint Online and didn't realize when I created my Rise course that this wasn't possible.  I tried change the .html to a .aspx file, but the interactions and quizzing don't come through properly.  My only option at this point seems to be to build the training in Storyline and I'd like to avoid a complete rebuild if I'm able to import.  How can these tools by the same company not interact with each other...so frustrating!

Jen Dove

I agree this is a frustrating problem.  You can import a Storyline 360 file into a Rise course, but not the opposite?

Julie -  have you contacted Articulate to see what they suggest?  My LMS was having a difficult time with my Rise course initially as well.  There were some SCORM settings that needed changed.  I worked with both Articulate's technical team and my LMS, and we were able to make the course completely functional.  I recommend publishing it as SCORM then testing the course in SCORM cloud.  If that works, it's SharePoint you'll need to work with.

Hope that helps!

Julie Abbott

Thanks Jen.  We'll direct employees to take the course through the LMS.  We have about 300 vendors that will need to take, but aren't able to leverage our LMS, so we'll use the Rise share link for that.  Not ideal, but that's about all I can come up with without rebuilding the course.  Going forward we won't use Rise for our trainings.