22 Replies
Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Amal! 

We're working on an export/import feature for translation! It's targeted for Q3 of this year (so sometime July-Sept). 

You can export out the course labels for translation, and this article and video from Arlyn walks through that feature. 

If you need to keep a copy of all the content for your records, the "Share" link will remain active even if your subscription lapses. Also, you could export the course for No LMS - Web Only and keep that copy for local playback. Here's a quick Peek to walk you through those steps. 

Britney Osbern

Is there a description somewhere that gives details on the different export options?  I want to make my new rise course available outside the LMS so that people can bookmark the link for easier access vs. always going into the LMS to find the content.  I'm worried that if I shared the link with my participants that the content is available to anyone who has the link vs. being on our company's server when in the LMS. 

Leslie McKerchie

Great news everyone!

We released a new feature in Rise today:

New: You can now localize a Rise course into other languages. Export text to an XLIFF file, translate it, then import it back into Rise with formatting intact.

Because Rise is a web app, new features and fixes are immediately available, though you might need to export a Rise course again to update existing published output with a new feature or bug fix.

Kelly shared an announcement you can check out here and our Rise Version history can always be found right here.