Creating interactions in Engage 360 is as easy as filling out a form, and there are 20 beautifully-designed interaction types from which to choose.

Watch this video demonstration, then follow the activities below to practice creating an interaction and filling it with text and media.

Practice Activities:

  1. Choose an Interaction Type
  2. Add Text and Media to Your Interaction
  3. Preview Your Interaction

Practice Activity: Choose an Interaction Type

In this tutorial, we’ll create a media panel interaction.

  1. Launch Engage and click New Interaction.
  2. Select Medial Panel and click OK.

Choose from 20 Interaction Types in Articulate Engage 360

Practice Activity: Add Text and Media to Your Interaction

  1. Using the media panel interaction we just created, click the Add Step button on the ribbon to add one more step to your interaction for a total of five steps. (Media panel interactions start with four steps by default.)
  2. Change the Interaction Title to Comstar Real Estate.
  3. Next, fill in the title and text for each step in your interaction, including the introduction, using the practice-text.txt file in your practice files.
  4. Import the following images and videos from your practice files into each step in your interaction:

Step

Practice File

Introduction

house.jpg

Living Room

LivingRoom.jpg

Foyer

Foyer.jpg

Basement

Basement.jpg

Media Room

MediaRoom.jpg

Pride

video.mp4

 

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Practice Activity: Preview Your Interaction

Now enjoy the interaction you just created! Click Preview on the Engage ribbon. The preview is fully interactive, so you can step through the media you added.

Click the mobile device icons in the upper right corner of the preview window to see how your interaction will look and behave on tablets and smartphones. Click Close Preview when you’re done.

Summary

In this tutorial, you learned how to create a new interaction and fill it with text and media.

In the next tutorial, we’ll format text, edit audio, and adjust the properties for pictures and videos.