One of my favorite ways to use Rise 360 is for organizing and curating performance support content. In this example, I've created a toolkit chock full of advice and resources for new people managers at a fictional workplace called Koelpin, Inc. 

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Trina Rimmer
Brenda LaRose
Roger Kerr
Trina Rimmer

Hi Roger and thanks for taking the time to comment. It's always exciting to chat with a Rise early adopter and I'm glad to hear that others in your org are impressed with the quality of the courses you can (quickly) create with Rise 360. Personally, I don't have a favorite as I tend to use Rise 360 and Storyline 360 for different purposes. When I want something that's very quick, modern-looking, and it doesn't need to be deeply immersive or highly customized, Rise 360 is my go-to. I also find Rise 360 is a great option when the content I'm sharing is subject to change/something that needs to be regularly updated. It's just so quick and easy to make changes in Rise 360. When I need to create something that's much more custom and immersive, that's when I'll go with Storyline 360. I ju... Expand

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