Create a course

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Create a course from scratch

  1. At the top right of the homepage, click CREATE Course.
  2. Click Blank.
  3. In Course Setup, enter a Title and Summary of presentation.
  4. Select the Presentation type:
    • Slideshow: Activities will be presented sequentially. Learners will play every activity in the course individually, before moving to the next activity.
    • Single Page: Activities will be presented as a group. Learners will play every activity in the course in a single, scrolling view.
  5. Optional: If you selected Single Page, enable or disable Question gating:
    • enabled.png Enabled: Learners can play every activity in the course in a single scrolling view until they reach a question. Learners must answer the question to view the following comments and activities.
    • disabled.png Disabled: Learners can play every activity in any order. 
  6. In the left sidebar, below Course Setup, click an activity type (Document, Cheat sheet, Question or Recording).

The course is instantly saved. You can now:

Create a course from a template

You can create a course using one of our templates. It is not possible to create custom templates.

  1. At the top right of the homepage, click CREATE Course.
  2. Click OnboardingSoftware TrainingUniversalKnowledge Check or Compliance / Security.
  3. In Course Setup, enter a Title and Summary of presentation. 
  4. In the left sidebar, below Course Setup, click an activity type (Document, Cheat sheet, Question or Recording).

For more information about the course settings you can edit, see Edit a course.

The course is instantly saved. You can now:

Create a SCORM course

See Create a SCORM course.

Cover image display rules

A course cover image can be displayed with two different formats:

  • 16:9 in the search results page, in newsfeed, and in session pages.
  • Large format (980x250 pixels) on the course home page.

Additional information:

  • We recommend using an image that does not contain any text 
  • In large format, the cover image is darkened with a dark gradient, with the following CSS characteristics:
background: linear-gradient(180deg, rgba(24,25,29, 0.3) 0%, rgba(24,25,29, 0.9) 100%);
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