Review 360: New Productivity & Version Management Features

Now it’s easier than ever to manage your content in Review 360. Whether you want to show stakeholders different versions of your course or restore a previous version, Review 360 has you covered. 

With the new version control feature, you can manage the visibility of different versions of your projects. To view a course version, select the Current Version dropdown and click the version you want to view. Then simply toggle the eye icon next to the version to show or hide it. It’s that easy!

You can even undo accidental publishes by restoring previous versions of a course. Just select the version you want to restore and select the Restore This Version button. 

And if you need to upload published Storyline 360 courses or videos manually, you can do that too.

Just click the Upload a File button and select the file(s) to upload.

You can even upload new versions of an existing video or Storyline 360 course. Simply click the three dots on the right of your course’s cover screen and select Upload New Version. So easy!

These new Review 360 features streamline the process of gathering feedback from project stakeholders, while helping you maintain control over what you share with them. 

For step-by-step instructions on getting the most out of these new features, head over to this article: 3 Ways the Latest Review 360 Updates Make Managing Content Even Easier.

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5 Replies
Veronica Ewing

Hello! I'm trying to upload a video to Review 360 for review using the "upload a file" link on the web browser but when I click on the link, nothing happens. I've tried dragging and dropping my file into the work space as well and that has failed as well. Not sure what else to do, but I am unable to upload files to Review 360 from the web browser, no matter what I try. Thanks. 

Veronica Ewing

Thank you for Maria for helping out. Answers below: 

 

- I am using MacOS Catalina and Google Chrome

- I just attempted to upload using Safari and it did work in the browser. Just double checked Google Chrome and still unable to upload via that browser. 

- When I tried to drag and drop the file, I didn't get an error, the video just opened in a new browser window with a local address to my machine. 

Maria Costa-Stienstra

Hi, Veronica. 

Thank you for the additional details!

Review 360 doesn't have a drag and drop option, so when you drag the file to Chrome, the browser assumes you want to open the file. 

Since uploading works in Safari, I believe this might be related to the Files and Folders permissions. If you go to the System Preferences > Security and Privacy > Files and Folders, do you see Google Chrome listed?

Security & Privacy 2021-10-14 at 12.58.04 PM

Here is some additional information: