Sharing packages and collaborating on their creation.

Hi, folks. This is one of the questions asked in advance of the European Conference in Leeds - I am hoping that, by posting it here, we may get some more ideas for the participants to ponder over on the day. Also, apologies if these questions have already been answered elsewhere - the fault is entirely mine for not looking properly. Now the question and many thanks in advance to you all for your suggestions:


What is the latest on sharing packages and collaborating on their creation?

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Dragos Ciobanu

As far as sharing is concerned, you can always use the Save As option in Powerpoint and choose Articulate Package (though the person you will send this to will need to have Articulate Studio to view the resources). If not, you can publish to Word which will create a handout of your resource and anyone will be able to get an idea of what you're doing (though there will be no animations, sound, video)

Regarding shared editing, apart from a ping-pong of Articulate Packages (watch out for version control), I can't think of much, especially as the official advice (if memory serves me right) is not to work off shared drives because things may go wrong... Maybe Storyline has a feature in that respect?