The page editor and the available page templates in Geenio

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The page editor and the available page templates in Geenio

Video Transcript

Speakers in this video: Jimmy (GetApp) and Max (Courselle)

Max: Let me just quickly also show the capabilities of editing pages because I spent a lot of time explaining how to edit the test but we also have pretty powerful text, not text, but Page Editor where it could put various types of contents here, so I've already shown how to upload video and let me just briefly go over other features of this editor.

I also showed how to upload image as a background and you can also search in Google for one so let's say I want to put some picture related to, well, Canada. I'll let it be this one. I just searched in Google, chose the picture I like, and put it as a background to my Course Page. Also, I can quickly change the page layout with some preview templates, so if you don't want to spend much time on design on the layout of your page, you can choose one previewed template for your pages. So let's use this one. And, obvious, you can put some text content here and we have all of the edges and capabilities you might expect such as one style adjustments, text positioning adjustments, colors, lists, form sizes, et cetera, et cetera, and I must add that. Geenio is a complete web application, but still it directly creates some regular things in desk applications. So, let's say you can copy and paste elements by simply clicking that and pressing Control C if you are in Windows or Command C if you are using Mac, and paste the three of the same keyboard shortcut.

The experience is pretty straightforward and you don’t have to learn how to use this editor and if you are comfortable with using PowerPoint or Microsoft Word or anything like that, you will also be comfortable with using Geenio Editor as well.

Just a few things before we continue, as I said, most of features you would need from the software is available right in the tools. So, let's say crop an image is the operation that you can do right in Geenio. So I just cropped an image to the size I need. I can, obviously, rotate it. Somehow I can change its transparency and so on and so forth.

Even more than that, you can do similar operations with videos, so let me show you how to do that. So, I will go to my recently used videos, choose this one, and first I can quickly adjust the video to the complete to the whole screen size. It's just the matter of one click. Now, I want to choose an interval of the video in which I want my users to see. So, I don't want them to go through the complete video, but let me just choose these few minutes. Something like that. So, I just select the interval, click apply, and that's it. The video gets cropped to the size I want. This section opens up pretty rich opportunities for using this feature but say you may put several questions inside the video. So, let's say you have a big video for 10 or 20 minutes and of course students will get bored while watching this video. What you can do is split into several parts and put question in between. So, let's say a person watches a video for one minute and then gets a question about what the person just seen, and if the person answers correctly, then the course proceeds to the second part, and in case of incorrect answer, it is possible to get back to the very beginning of the video. This is something that you can do in Geenio without any additional tools.