New Rise feature: Continue Block

We've just a released a new Rise feature and I think you're going to love it. It's a brand new block type called the "continue block."

Use continue blocks to progressively reveal content and make sure learners complete interactions before moving on.

Check out this overview video:

https://360.articulate.com/review/content/dfb5629d-12a0-434b-87d5-19ed6218d920/review

Can't wait to see what you do with continue blocks!

Adam

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Martin Evans

This new feature is very helpful, and much appreciated.  However, as previously requested, it would be nice to be able to make use of it by combining some of the pre-built interactions (labeled graphics, processes, sorting activity, quizzes, etc.) in lessons built using blocks. It's very unfortunate that lessons have to be created using either blocks OR pre-built interactions, and not both.  We really need to flexibility to combine the two.

Any idea on the ETA for providing that capability?

Ashley Schwartau
Martin Evans

it would be nice to be able to make use of it by combining some of the pre-built interactions (labeled graphics, processes, sorting activity, quizzes, etc.) in lessons built using blocks. It's very unfortunate that lessons have to be created using either blocks OR pre-built interactions, and not both.  We really need to flexibility to combine the two.

Ditto!!! +1

Ensize International

Now the resticted navigation dosent work as before anymore. Before you have to go through all text and pass the quiz before you was able to continue to the next block and now its possible. Its very important for us the the participants cant go the the next step before passing the quiz with 80% and after your update they can. And the new button have no effect on the quiz. How shall we solve the problem?

Karin Sandberg

So glad that others wanted the combined pre-built interactions available within blocks. Can't wait to get this! Having that capability will make a huge difference in how I am organizing a course. Hurry please!

I'll check out the new Continue Block and other features people are mentioning here. I'm on a trial and am leaning toward a subscription . . .