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Articulate 360

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Articulate 360 - Everything You Need for Course Development

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Articulate 360 Features

Features Summary

Functionality

4.5

/5

444

Total features

39

3 categories

Articulate 360 features

API
Activity Dashboard
Activity Tracking
Audio/Video Recording
Collaboration Tools
Commenting/Notes
Content Library
Course Authoring

Common features of Learning Experience Platform software

API
Activity Dashboard
Activity Tracking
Assessment Management
Assignment Management
Asynchronous Learning
Blended Learning
Built-in Course Authoring

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1399

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Per year

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Functionality

4.5

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444

Price starts from

1399

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Per year

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Total Features

39

Unique features

  • Single Sign On

  • Employee Portal

  • Video Support

  • Self-Service Content Curation

Functionality

4.4

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3.9K

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Free

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Total Features

106

Features in Common

28

Unique features

  • Grade Calculations

  • Student Portal

  • Video Conferencing

  • Class Scheduling

Functionality

4.5

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2.5K

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Free

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Total Features

38

Features in Common

10

Unique features

  • Corporate/Business

  • Access Controls/Permissions

  • For Schools

  • Third Party Integrations

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Patrick H.

Telecommunications, 51-200 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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My bread and butter Elearning package

Reviewed 4 years ago

Overall, it's been great. Our whole training program now relies on Articulate. I could craft courses with Powepoint, and the embedded functionality of the LMS, or use another package but it would take longer and the end product wouldn't be as good. Their support is really good, and even though I've had issues from time to time, We've managed either a workaround or a fix fairly quickly.

Pros

It's very easy to use, almost intuitive. Basically, if you understand how to use powerpoint, you'll be very comfortable with this software. It has a lot of built-in functionality, as compared to Captivate. You can publish nice courses with little effort. Put some effort to learn it's advanced features, and you can craft stunning courses. I've used this since version 1, and Studio before that. It gets better and better. They have a great, useful user forum, and attentive support.

Cons

I've had a couple instances where upgrades broke our lessons, the most recent being with Update 6. It was crashing the lessons if there was a quiz or survey. It was a SCORM issue. Our LMS toes the line, hard, on SCORM and the incompatibility caused me misery. I had to revert. Previous to that, upgrading courses from version 2 to version 3 caused the LMS to stop tracking and send warnings. The solution ended up being not to upgrade, but import the content in a new course. Not totally Articulate's fault, but rather a compatibility issue.

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E-Learning, 5,001-10,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend6/10

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Great for Beginners

Reviewed 5 years ago
Pros

It's really easy to use for people getting started with eLearning/course development. Very prevalent in most large organizations. Templates are easy to design.

Cons

After the launch of 360, you cannot purchase character packages any longer - feels like a way to strong-arm people into investing in the 360 version. Native application functionality as far as designing courses for learners with physical disabilities can be a challenge when trying to adhere to AA and AAA standards.

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Brandon T.

Hospitality, 501-1,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Truly the best authoring tools!

Reviewed 4 years ago

Storyline is incredibly easy to learn. If you want to do something, you can always find a way to make it happen in Storyline. I credit the training I have created to being able to have access to this tool.

Pros

Articulate 360 suite has all of the tools I need to create the best e-learning possible and then some. It's intuitive to figure things out and takes very little time for a new user to learn. One feature I recently discovered and now LOVE, is the translation function. One simple button allows me to print out a word document to send out for translation. Once the translator updates the word document,...

Cons

I really cannot think of anything that I dislike about this software.

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Michael S.

E-Learning, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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SilkWeb, an eLearning Company Prefers Articulate 360

Reviewed 4 years ago

I have been using Storyline for over 6 years.

Pros

The best product in this learning suite is Storyline. You can do essentially anything you want with this Storyline in terms of eLearning. From animations to simulations to videos, this product is an excellent partner when developing online courses.

Cons

Rise, which is also a product in this suite has a ton of potential, but there are some major flaws. For example, you cannot copy or move individual screens to a new lesson. It is also not very great if you want to add audio to screens. You can import individual Storyline screens into a Rise project, but at that point, you may as well just build in Storyline. I see its usefulness for novice developers as its very easy to use, as opposed to Storyline which is very technical to use and really made for professional developers.

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Rachel G.

Computer Software, 51-200 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Best e-learning tool

Reviewed 4 years ago

I use this took daily. It is amazing and constantly improving. The e-learning heroes community is phenomenal when it comes to needing anything.

Pros

Easy to use. Intuitive. Great features. And the studio of tools is phenomenal

Cons

The price is definitely not the best for a small organization but you definitely do get a lot of benefits

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Alexander W.

Hospital & Health Care, 10,001+ employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Great suite of tools for enterprise level eLearning development

Reviewed 3 years ago
Pros

What I really like is how the suite of programs in 360 supports varying levels of user expertise and needs. In particular, I love the new platform Rise for it's extremely intuitive interface and clean design. This is a great tool for non instructional designers or for those just getting into ID. Additionally, I appreciate the infinite flexibility and complexity that is offered by Storyline. For someone with years of expertise, Storyline can help you design just about any type of learning you are trying to implement.

Cons

While I like some of the newer tools like Replay and Peek I have found them to be a bit buggy.

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Matt S.

Nonprofit Organization Management, 51-200 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Rapid development with high quality

Reviewed a year ago

Couldn't work without it. I use it daily. I've introduced it to several organisations I've worked for and it has allowed each to step up the quality of elearning experience provided. The review system cuts down on admin around receiving feedback from subject matter experts.

Pros

The learning curve on the software is very shallow. You can get p and running with it very quickly. However, the depth of advanced features means you can really make some powerful interactions and resources without being a 'coder'.

Cons

As the software is very easy to use many people believe it will make them a great eLearning developer. It will, but that will come with experience.

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Joseph D.

Consumer Services, 1,001-5,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Expensive But Worth It If You Are Do E-Learning

Reviewed 6 years ago

Since I do a lot of e-learning and all of it is on Articulate Storyline, it is a must but it has serious deficiencies and that is compounded by the fact that the customer service is utterly deceptive. If you need an e-learning tool, this is the best one even though it costs as much as it does. It is worth it. However, you need to be ready to understand a few things quickly. One thing you will learn...

Pros

There is really no other software for publishing e-learning that is as easy to use and has the best non-programmer customization as Articulate Storyline. I absolutely love what you can do with it and how it can be used in many, many ways.

Cons

I absolutely hate three things about Articulate Storyline. I hate the enormous cost. I hate the way they handle their customer support and the way they deal with their own product development. If the product didn't cost as much as it does, then these other issues would not be so terrible, but because we pay so much for it, there really should be excellent customer support and excellent product development.

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Bruno M.

E-Learning, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Best e-learning software

Reviewed 2 years ago

Best e-learning software i have work with

Pros

Ease of use, very complete, good support, vast library, continuous updates, several Scorm formats, simple and organized programming interface, 360 image.

Cons

Breaks when use many triggers (especially on Objects interseptions), still not well prepared for gamification, some bugs (minor things, all softwares have), not content responsive (although it's window responsive), few effects.

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Tracy P.

Hospital & Health Care, 1,001-5,000 employees

Used daily for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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All you need to develop quality elearning experiences

Reviewed 7 years ago

Articulate 360 is an incredible collection of tools for the elearning developer and designer. Starting with Studio - users can quickly and easly create courses from materials already develop or start from scratch. Interactions are ready for you to import and use to get your course completed in a flash. Storyline is more robust for developers. Anything I can dream I can usually design. From...

Pros

Please see my overall review. Ease of use and familiar interface. Saves my progress Review feature has been an amazing addition. New trigger options add for so many more design interactions to be created. Great addition to the number of characters and poses available. Collection of templates ready for me to use and mix-match as needed has cut some development time.

Cons

See my overall review. Characters' expressions are still a little too "over the top" Characters and images don't necessarily match my work environment so I need to use sparingly. Rise doesn't work well in my IE work environment, but I believe it is more an LMS issue than anything. Looking forward to finding a way to use it though.

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Dan D.

Design, self-employed

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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many ways to do one thing

Reviewed 10 months ago

Great, i use it everyday and enjoy the mix of problem solving and creativity to do one thing many different ways

Pros

As a package Articulate 360 does the lot. From speedy course development via Rise 360 through to creating more complex projects with that added wow factor via SL 360. In the beginning 360 asked a lot of me and the learning curve can be quite steep. Nowadays i am asking the questions and 360 typically delivers. As with most tools there are many ways of completing the same task and 360 does this well.

Cons

SL has seen a lack of investment from my POV whereas Rise has gone from strength to strength allowing the layman to rapidly development content. Don't make it too easy else i may be out of a job ;)

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Shelby M.

Higher Education, 5,001-10,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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A 360 Review for Articulate

Reviewed 5 years ago

My overall experience is that I look like a Rockstar and Articulate makes it so easy. That is due in large to their overall service through the community and training.

Pros

The free trial sets people up for success. If you choose to use the trial, you start to receive email notices from Articulate gurus offering assistance and tips. So, immediately you are introduced to the community. The community of e-learning first-timers to pros offers a great security blanket, helping you realize you are not alone! The product itself offers several options for creating learning for everyone. From a "powerpoint" look-a-like with Storyline to Rise which offers authors a quick way to create responsive learning to screen recording and a lot more.

Cons

There is nothing I do not like about this software.

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Leonardo T.

Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing, 501-1,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Powerful authoring tools for e-learning development

Reviewed a year ago

I am responsible for creating e-learning courses, and I find that articulate 360 (Rise and Storyline) are the best authoring tools that someone can find in the market. However, it is quite pricy. I think the target group could be for medium and large company size.

Pros

Articulate could be split in two parts: Rise and Storyline. Rise is an authoring tool that gives the essential to create and publish an e-learning, which could include text, audio, video, pictures, a few interactions, and the possibility to create interactive questions. Storyline is the complement for any e-learning, you can create powerful software simulations and interactive e-learning or just the interactive part of the e-learning, which can be uploaded into the Rise.Moreover, the Articulate 360 community and support are active and helpful, you can find all answers to your questions.

Cons

I think working with Articulate Storyline could be a little complicate at the beginning, despite the free training offered by this company. It takes time to get use to the interface and programming (when you use variables).

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51-200 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Articulate 360 is a great design product with limits.

Reviewed 6 years ago

This is an easy to use design software that is flexible enough to do a lot of really amazing things if you are creative. The various products within the 360 suite further expand the possibilities for learning design and delivery across multiple platforms. The communities associated are very responsive allowing me to engage with others using the product to expand my understanding of the capabilities and work through specific challenges that I encounter.

Pros

This is a great instructional design product that allows for seamless communication throughout the iterative process with all involved. The product makes designing online learning easy and opens up tons of possibilities for the creatively minded.

Cons

While there are many options and flexibility when it comes to adding in Java scripting, I have found that the support in this area is lacking. Also some simple and useful feature requests have been ignored across various versions despite long lists in the discussion forums requesting such logical feature upgrades. Other issues that I have with the product are really issues with SCORM which has its own limitations and issues.

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Rob W.

Alternative Medicine, self-employed

Used weekly for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Great software to create e-learning modules

Reviewed 3 years ago

Great software to create e-learning but to bad about some limitations.

Pros

I use this software to create e-learning modules for my students. I like the ease of use and the simple way things work. It is possible to create very complex modules and a beginner or someone not making a living from it; it can be used. Of course, you need other software/services to distribute the modules. The modules contain tests, audio, video, written text, and interactivity. I like the fact that it is offline because I can use it anywhere (often I do not have fast internet when traveling). Also, paying for the perpetual software in one go is a relief because paying a monthly fee is eventually much more expensive.

Cons

The inability to batch convert projects is a real bummer. You have to open each project file one by one and convert it. I do not understand why this has not been implemented yet. Another thing I do not like is the restrictions regarding tests. Tests can only contain 400 questions. It does seem enough, but in our school, we often have larger batches of questions of which randomly are selected a number of questions. The final problem is that support is generally not very helpful, and you need to figure out a lot by yourself. That is based on two experiences; however, both were quite bad.

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Seth M.

E-Learning, 1,001-5,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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A must have for instructional designers

Reviewed 3 years ago

My overall experience has always been great! I recommmend this product to everyone in my field. Another perk of this of articulate is the support community. The online support staff and experts willing to assist other professionals is truly second to none!

Pros

I love the usability of this product. For new users, the similarities to PowerPoint are great. The ease of importing ppts is always helpful. For advance users, creating advanced slides, variables, triggers, etc is just great. I have been e-learning for the past 15 years and with articulate is the gold standard.

Cons

Their are little issues I have with the software. But it’s mostly small differences in the design of the software. Which I have learned workarounds from the online support community. At times, there are issues with IT security software scanning and file saving. However, upon working with your IT department can easily solve these issues.

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Sam S.

Human Resources, self-employed

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Articulate 360 - Integration is Key

Reviewed 7 years ago

With the new release of Articulate 360, I now have all of the Articulate resources under one roof (okay, it's a panel-like thing) and the new features, including super cool professionally illustrated characters, mobile publishing options and a monster (and very diverse) content library just make sense. I've said it before - someone at Articulate is paying attention and they "get" the eLearning industry and where designers, like me, want to go with new ideas. So, you don't need to have Captivate, eLearning Brothers (sorry guys) and Presi on your list of "must-haves" anymore - not once you've made the upgrade to Articulate 360.

Pros

Content Library, triggers (they're awesome and don't require a ton of Action Script to make them work), controls (have you seen Markers, the Dial and the Slider??), diverse character libraries and simple, effective publishing options that make moving the course to an LMS a breeze.

Cons

I wish it had an inline photo editor - then I could REALLY kick Adobe to the curb.

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Michael J.

E-Learning, 11-50 employees

Used daily for less than 6 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Articulate 360 shows promise to be a game changer.

Reviewed 7 years ago

Upgrading to Articulate 360 has been very exciting, it's nice to have access to all of Articulate's existing software, plus two new screencasting and four new web-based tools. The latest version of Storyline brings new features and enhancements that really help to take my projects to the next level; perhaps the best feature being the new responsive player. Out of the new web-based tools, Review...

Pros

I like the new features that have been added to the existing tools, but the addition of the web-based tools is really what makes Articulate 360 shine. The opportunity to collaborate with the Review tool alone made the upgrade to Articulate 360 worthwhile. The rest is just the cherry on top of the cake.

Cons

Single, one-size fits all model for the subscription plan.

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Phil M.

Education Management, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 6-12 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Articulate 360 the all in one solution

Reviewed 7 years ago

I have now been using Articulate 360 for 5 months, the is a suite of desktop and cloud based apps that provide an all in one solution for learning developers. This package include 3 authoring tools, Articulate Studio, Articulate Storyline and Rise. Articulate Studio 360 is the fastest way to cover powerpoint presentations into fully functioning interactive learning, this tool has a new html5 rendering...

Pros

Storyline 360, Rise

Cons

slow publish

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Melissa J.

Retail, 10,001+ employees

Used daily for less than 6 months

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Articulate 360

Reviewed 7 years ago

I really love being able to preview what my course will look like on a mobile device, and the fact that I don't have to manually redisgn a layout to be mobile friendly, since the software moves the menu for me. I like the new asset library, and being able to access it right from Storyline 360. I haven't had a chance to use the review tool yet, but am really excited about it! No more having to make tempshare links! Rise is also a nice tool for simple courses - I really like the ease of use, and it speeds up development time. Having the ability to use the blocks as placeholders helps me visually structure my content before I even have to put "content" in. I wish we had the ability to center text and pictures in Rise, and maybe change sections of font, or underline sections of font.

Pros

I really love being able to preview what my course will look like on a mobile device, and the fact that I don't have to manually redisgn a layout to be mobile friendly, since the software moves the menu for me. I like the new asset library, and being able to access it right from Storyline 360. I haven't had a chance to use the review tool yet, but am really excited about it! No more having to make tempshare links! Rise is also a nice tool for simple courses - I really like the ease of use, and it speeds up development time. Having the ability to use the blocks as placeholders helps me visually structure my content before I even have to put "content" in.

Cons

I wish we had the ability to center text and pictures in Rise, and maybe change sections of font, or underline sections of font.

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Adrian T.

Food & Beverages, 1,001-5,000 employees

Used monthly for less than 6 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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The tool I've always wanted to master

Reviewed 4 years ago
Pros

I have been following the eLearning Heroes blog (by the trainers for Articulate) for years, and am thrilled to finally have an opportunity to work with this software. The 360 product includes multiple products - including the flagship Storyline program, also heavy hitters Rise and Studio. The 360 suite includes desktop versions and web versions, depending upon your need. I haven't even been able to...

Cons

There is a steep learning curve with Storyline, which is probably the biggest reason to get the 360 subscription. Although there are a number of learning opportunities, the product seems like it will take a few years to master. The biggest con has got to be cost. I have never been able to afford or justify the cost of this tool, which is probably the top tool for ID's to be able to use. The pricing is not structured in such a way to lower the cost for individuals. Lucky for me, it is something my current employer was happy to pay for otherwise it would be out of reach.

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Adrian G.

Machinery, 501-1,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend5/10

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Storyline: Branchenstandard mit Verbesserungspotential

Reviewed 6 months ago

Das Programm ist in der Branche weit vertreten und für uns ein Pflichtprogramm. Viele Sachen funktionieren toll und intuitiv. Wenn es mal läuft, nutzen wir es auch gerne. Die Instabilität würde uns jedoch jederzeit zu einer Alternative bewegen, die es bis jetzt jedoch nicht gibt.

Pros

Die Nähe zur PowerPoint-Benutzeroberfläche macht Storyline 360 schnell für Anfänger nutzbar und bietet einen einfachen Einstieg. Die integrierten Funktionen sind fast immer ausreichend umfangreich. Es kommen immer mal neue Funktionen dazu. Es gibt viel Hilfe im Internet, wenn man mal Fragen hat. Die Community ist ebenfalls sehr hilfsbereit.

Cons

Die Instabilität der Programme (speziell Storyline) ist für fast jeden Tag ein Drama. Mindestens 1x am Tag unvorhersehbare Abstürze (egal auf welchem PC). Recovery-Funktion funktioniert oft nicht. Ein weiteres Problem ist, dass die Dateien immer größer werden. Wir haben Dateien die über 3 GB groß werden können (aufgrund von Videos). Wird eine Kopie der Datei erstellt um daraus ein neues E-Learning...

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Aimee S.

Alternative Medicine, 1-10 employees

Used weekly for less than 6 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Worth the investment

Reviewed a year ago

I got several free trials with Articulate before I decided to purchase it. All of the free trials give you access to the full functionality of the software and by the second time I had run through it I knew that it was absolutely worth the price. It’s like hiring a person with impeccable design skills to build your course for you, except you have to actually put in the work but the ease of the process and beautiful outcome is worth every penny.

Pros

This state of the art software will inspire you to build better courses! The thing I love about Articulate 360 is that it provides you with a beautiful user interface that will inspire your course creation. So many other course creation tools are clunky and slow. Articulate 360 is the exact opposite of that. It’s fast it’s super smooth in all of his operations, and because of that I find myself constantly inspired to create new content.

Cons

The worst thing about this software is that it cost over $1000 and they don’t have a payment plan or a monthly option.

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Malanto R.

E-Learning, self-employed

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Suite indispensable pour la création de modules e-learning

Reviewed a year ago

Articulate 360 me permet de créer des modules e-learning sur-mesure pour mes clients. Je ne suis pas bridé sur la créativité, je peux presque tout faire avec les fonctionnalités natives des outils. Il y a évidement des contraintes techniques, mais c'est plus lié aux environnements de diffusion des formations qu'à l'outil auteur à proprement parler.

Pros

La suite est complète entre :- Storyline 360 (le logiciel historique qui permet de créer des modules e-learning très personnalisés)- Rise 360 (application web qui permet de créer rapidement et facilment des modules full responsive)- Review 360 (application web qui facilite grandement la relecture et les échanges entre les différents membres du projet)- Replay 360 (logiciel qui permet simplement et rapidement de faire du montage vidéo basique).

Cons

Le modèle économique ! C'est un abonnement annuel, pas de possibilité de prendre pour le temps d'un projet client (quelques mois uniquement). Il y a le produit Storyline 3 qui est un achat unique, mais il n'y a pas tous les éléments de la suite Articulate 360 et Storyline 3 n'a pas toutes les mises à jour de Storyline 360.

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Chris R.

Banking, 501-1,000 employees

Used weekly for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Game Changer for Instructional Designers

Reviewed 4 years ago

This has completely elevated our department's ability to create organization-specific training. We can quickly create professional looking programs that continue to impress our stakeholders. I cannot confidently say that our previous internally created eLearning courses were up to this caliber that now Articulate 360 gives us.

Pros

This is such an easy tool to adopt and use for training. We use this to create training programs for various initiatives at our organization. All products help us make the final eLearning courses for our stakeholders. From the video creation capabilities found in Peek and Replay 36 to making interactive content in Storyline and Rise. It also makes it absolutely easy for your stakeholders to give feedback...

Cons

Perhaps my biggest pain point is in regards to logging in. Sometimes, I receive errors while logging on. I believe it has something to do with my organization's strict information security / networking guidelines. They are wary of cloud-based systems right now.