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Alyssa Gomez

Hi there, D!

Does the first slide of your Storyline Block contain audio or video? If so, that would cause the play button to appear. 

Browsers like Chrome and Safari have started to block the autoplay of media. This article explains why you're seeing a play button in those browsers. 

Let me know if that answers your question!

Crystal Horn

Hey, Santiago. Web browsers are moving towards stricter auto-play policies in order to improve the user experience. We agree that requiring some kind of action from the user, such as clicking a button before playing audio, is the right approach to ensure a unified experience for all learners. To that end, we won’t be adding any auto-play features to Rise 360. However, we are looking at ways we may be able to provide narration features that don’t auto-play.

We'll keep you posted on enhancements along the way.