Navigation tab

I hate reading instructions. I much prefer to plough on in and get my hands dirty straight away.

Not everyone is like that though, and it’s easy to forget that not everyone will automatically know how to navigate through a presentation. So I’ve created an Engage interaction, to use as a “how to navigate this tutorial” tab in our Skills@Library student tutorials.

It’s not the most mind-blowingly original idea, I know, but based on my own experience of having been meaning to do it for ages but never getting around to it, I thought it might be useful to the community for me to share. You can see it in action here.

You can download the template interaction from here. All you’ll need to do is swap the image for one of your own presentation, change the colour scheme as appropriate then add it as an Engage tab to your presentation. Don’t forget to remove any of the features that you’ve disabled from your player template.

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2 Responses to “Navigation tab”

  1. Jeanette Says:

    Nice, Jade – thank you for sharing! Feel free to post this in the Articulate Community Forums too. 🙂


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