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Developing your script / slideshow

A good training ... it's all about a good preparation.

Johan Jongkind

With all your components ready now, it’s time to create the slideshow (or the script, as quite a few people call it). 

An important part of the perfect online training is getting the content and the interaction with your students right. You can finetune this in the slideshow creation process.

 

Easy steps

Virtual Classroom - Slideshow

Creating a slideshow is very easy and intuitive. Please follow these simple steps or look at the short tutorial movie.

  1. Give the slideshow a name
  2. Select your content and drag it to the each step
  3. Select the screen where you want to show each item … ready!
 

Things to know

We added some extra smart things that you should know.

  1. Multiple content items possible
    Sometimes one screen is not enough, no problem. It’s possible to show content on each of your presentation screens at the same time. Just continue adding content to each step and select the various screens.

  2. Permanently lock item
    If you want a slide to visible during the whole of your session? Or you want to show the theme of your training continuously on one your screens, no problem. Just select that item and lock it permanently with the special button. It will be visible until you unlock it.

  3. No screen selection for popups
    Popups always appear as popups (also because the student has to interact with them). Therefore you can’t select a screen for them.
    The results will always appear on the main screen, clearly visible for everyone.

  4. Select department recommended
    If your company has decided to create multiple departments, please do not forget to select your department before saving the slideshow. Otherwise it will be visible to everyone in the company.

If you have any question about this topic or you need any other type of support, please contact our Support Team.

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