We’re paving the way for new actions and features in panels. To do this, we’re standardizing panel menus. In the ‘Structure’ panel, to access the editable course structure click on the menu button and select ‘Edit structure.’
We’ve removed some redundant metadata at the top of the course structure list and in its place provided direction on how to add new elements to your course. Also, to help guide you, we’ve included an exposed ‘Add’ button so you can quickly add any structural element to your course anytime.
We’ve simplified and standardized lock and refresh notifications within courses and widgets. When you’re on a page that’s occupied by another user, you’ll see a simple lock notification in the header of the page and in the ‘Structure’ panel. When changes to content occur, you’ll now see a clickable ‘Refresh’ notification indicating that you should refresh the page to see changes made by another user.
Just like the updated collaboration notifications, when you’re editing a course’s structure, there’s a clear indicator that the page is being edited by another user. Pages that are being edited are now locked and cannot be copied or deleted.
We’ve fixed the course download redirect. Now, even if you’re logged out, when you click on the download link from the course download email, as soon as you log in you’ll be redirected to the download page for your new course.
Skip the start page and go straight to editing. Now when you open a course you’ll go right to the first editable page rather than landing on the cover page.
An eLearning industry first, we’re proud to announce our fully responsive, mobile-first, interactive video and video assessment experience. We’re dedicated to providing responsive accessible interactivity, and felt it was vital to give our users a truly responsive experience unlike any in our industry.
As our users know, we continue to expand the capabilities of interactive video templates with exciting updates coming for floating layers, hotspots, and branching narrative paths. Every month we’re releasing improvements to our widgets and new templates. This month includes:
We’re dedicated to expanding our accessibility tools with the goal of a complete set of features for authoring WCAG 2.0 compliant content. This month we’re happy to announce the release of our accessibility input and Content Manager tools for media and widget elements.
Upload and manage common document, presentation, and spreadsheet ‘File’ assets including: Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and PDF files from your desktop to the knowbly Content Manager.
Within courses you can attach ‘File’ assets so your learners can download documents, presentations, spreadsheets, and PDFs as reference materials.
Under Themes > Navigation > Course Navigation you can override the default progress color set in the Basics tab.
Easily record and edit audio within courses or the content manager. With our new audio recording tools it’s quick and simple to provide supplemental audio instructions within a course or create a standalone audio recording.
Narrate your lessons in our course editor with our new Audio Narration tools. Record or upload narrative audio to individual Cards that playback as learners navigate your lessons.
You spoke and we listened. Course navigation has been improved with a more mobile-friendly interface that accommodates our Audio Narration features.