You’ve never experienced anything like Storyline. We’ve made building interactivity so easy, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
Drastically simplify how you create interactivity with slide layers, the innovative new way of building multiple interactions on a single slide. Slide layers let you quickly and easily overlay objects, and trigger layers to appear when learners take certain actions. No more duplicating and managing multiple slides. With slide layers, you create, edit, and manage multiple interactions on one slide—so you can author courses faster than ever.
Build interactivity by choosing from a menu of easy-to-understand actions, such as “jump to slide” or “show a layer.” Then, designate when you want the action to occur, such as when a user clicks on a certain object. Combine triggers to create increasingly complex interactions.
Make objects feel alive by setting them to react to a learner’s actions. Set a button to change color after it’s been visited, or change the expression of a character when the learner clicks the wrong object. The possibilities are endless.
Add intelligence to your course using variables. Present dynamic content based on a learner’s activity and other conditions you define. Remember learner input or assessment results—and use the information later in your course if it meets your criteria. For example, if learner responses aren’t up to par, present additional slides at the end of the course to help them master the material.
Assess learner progress any way you want. Storyline is packed with powerful yet simple tools for creating virtually any type of question.
Storyline combines the simplicity of form-based authoring with the flexibility of slide-based editing. The result: it’s easier than ever to create 20 different types of questions. Plus, with free-form question types, you can build a question using any objects on a slide. Advanced users can take advantage of additional simple yet powerful quizzing tools, including question pooling, randomization, and the ability to score a learner’s progress at multiple points in the course.
Creating drag-and-drop interactions is now a breeze. Simply add objects to your slide, choose “drag and drop” from the menu, then assign drag items and drop targets using the form-based editor.
Storyline records full video, so you get to choose what to show learners. Record once and edit again and again without re-recording.
Show learners exactly what you want them to grasp by recording your screen. Easily add captions, characters, and zoom-and-pan effects.
Record your screen once and Storyline automatically segments your activity into multiple step-by-step tutorials. If you make a mistake, you can edit the recording whenever and however you want—there’s no need to re-record. Let learners watch how to do a task in view mode, try the task in try mode, and test their mastery of the task in test mode.
Fine-tune your screen recording quickly and easily. Storyline processes video after capturing it, so you can make edits without impacting the original video file. If you want to change the key frames, no problem. Use the video editor to adjust them—without re-recording your screen.
Storyline does all the heavy lifting. Just click Publish to deliver content to learners everywhere.
Now you can get courses to learners wherever they are. Build your course once, then publish it with a single click to multiple formats so learners can interact with it on their iPads, desktops, laptops, and more. Storyline publishes to Flash, which is supported by a vast majority of personal computers, and to the Articulate Mobile Player, a native iOS application that optimizes courses for iPads. Storyline also publishes to HTML5, an increasingly popular format for delivering content with rich multimedia and interactivity. Learn about publishing content for iPad.
Storyline features industry-leading Section 508 support, making it widely accessible to all your learners. Now, learners with screen readers can easily access your course content.
Storyline publishes Tin Can-, SCORM- and AICC-compliant content, so it works seamlessly with your learning management system (LMS). With one click, you can also publish your course to Articulate Online, a cost-effective way to track how employees, customers, and prospects interact with your course.
Make it easy for learners around the globe to access your courses. Localize your content with Storyline's right-to-left language support. Storyline also supports double-byte character sets (DBCS), so you can even translate your courses into Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.
Easily translate your courses into any language to localize your content for learners anywhere. Storyline lets you export all text in your course—including text on slides, notes, and the player—to Microsoft Word or XML format. After you’ve translated the text, simply import it back in. Storyline preserves all of your formatting.
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