Titles can appear in two places in Articulate Engage content: the interaction and the player.

You can show/hide one or both titles. Here's how:

Working with the Player Title

The player title appears in the upper left corner of the player interface around the perimeter of your interaction. To add, remove, or change the player title, do the following:

  1. Click the Player button on the ribbon.
  2. When the Player Properties window opens, mark the Title box to show the player title. Uncheck it to hide it.
  3. The player title defaults to the type of interaction you're building, but you can change it. Just type the title you want in the field provided. This changes the title on the player, but it won't change either of the following:
    • The name of your project file.
    • The title that appears in the interaction's header bar. (See the section below to work with the interaction title.)

To learn more about working with player features, including the player title, see this tutorial.

Working with the Interaction Title

The interaction title appears in the upper left corner of the header bar (just below the player title). It defaults to the type of interaction you're building, but you can change it. Simply type the name you want in the Interaction Title field just below the Engage ribbon.

This changes the title that appears in the header bar of your interaction, but it won't change either of the following:

  • The name of your project file.
  • The title that displays on the player. (See the section above to work with the player title.)

To show or hide the interaction title in your published output, do the following:

  1. Go to the first tab on the Engage ribbon (its name corresponds to the type of interaction you're building), and click Interaction Properties.
  2. Click the Colors and Effects tab on the left side of the window.
  3. Use the Header type drop-down to select None if you want to hide the interaction title. Select Light or Dark to show the interaction title. (To change the colors used for the light and dark headers, see Theme Colors.)
  4. Click OK.

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