Speed up project reviews by publishing your Rise 360 courses to Review 360 to gather feedback from stakeholders. Collect in-context feedback, follow threaded discussions, and mark comments resolved—all in one simple web app.

Here's Articulate CTO Arlyn Asch to show you how to collect feedback on Rise 360 courses with Review 360. After watching this video, dive into the details below.

Publish a Course to Review 360 for the First Time

  1. Go to your Rise 360 dashboard and open the course you want to publish to Review 360.
  2. Click Review in the upper right corner.
  3. Choose Create a new item, then edit the course title in the corresponding field if you’d like.
  4. Click Publish in the upper right corner.
  5. When the publishing process is complete, click View in Review 360 to jump to your published course or click Back to Course in the upper right corner to return to the Rise 360 editor.

Publish a New Version of an Existing Course to Review 360

  1. Go to your Rise 360 dashboard and open the course you want to publish to Review 360.
  2. Click Review in the upper right corner and choose Publish new version from the menu that appears.
  3. Choose Publish a new version of an existing item. The course you’re publishing will automatically be selected in the corresponding drop-down list, but you can choose a different course from the list if you want. (The list displays all the Rise 360 courses that are currently in your Review 360 catalog.)
  4. Click Publish in the upper right corner.
  5. When the publishing process is complete, click View in Review 360 to jump to your published course or click Back to Course in the upper right corner to return to the Rise 360 editor.

Note: If you're an admin collaborator, you won't see the course published in your Review 360 account, but the original course owner will see it in theirs. 

Share Your Course with Reviewers

  1. Click View in Review 360 after publishing a Rise 360 course. Or, go to your Review 360 home page and click your course to open it.
  2. Click Share in the upper right corner.
  3. If your reviewers don’t have Articulate accounts, you can mark the box to Allow users without Articulate IDs to comment. In this scenario, reviewers will be prompted to enter their email addresses so you can identify their comments and they can receive discussion notifications.
  4. If you want to password-protect your course, mark the box to Set a password and enter a password in the field provided.
  5. Copy the shareable link, then send it to your reviewers. Be sure to give them the password, too, if you added one. And if they’re new to Review 360, here’s a brief tutorial you can share with them.
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