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How to share the Captivate published output online with client for review

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Apr 22, 2020

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Hi, we are developing courses for our reputed clients using Adobe Captivate 2019.

Is there any online platform from Adobe where we can  publish our courses and share the link with client (outside the organisation). So that client will review courses online and share their feedback online as well?

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I understood that you wanted to get comments directly to your CP project.

If that is not necessary, you can always publish the project, upload it to a webserver (supporting JSON!) and send the URL to the reviewer. If it is a course where Reporting is set up, you can upload a limited number of files to SCORM Cloud, and do the same. Or you can turn off Reporting temporarily and upload to a webserver. Here is an example URL from a published project which I uploaded to a webserver (on my domain):

http://www.lilybiri.com/published/GameMatchStick/index.html

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How to share the Captivate published output online with client for review

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Hi, we are developing courses for our reputed clients using Adobe Captivate 2019.

Is there any online platform from Adobe where we can  publish our courses and share the link with client (outside the organisation). So that client will review courses online and share their feedback online as well?

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Correct answer by Lilybiri | Most Valuable Participant

I understood that you wanted to get comments directly to your CP project.

If that is not necessary, you can always publish the project, upload it to a webserver (supporting JSON!) and send the URL to the reviewer. If it is a course where Reporting is set up, you can upload a limited number of files to SCORM Cloud, and do the same. Or you can turn off Reporting temporarily and upload to a webserver. Here is an example URL from a published project which I uploaded to a webserver (on my domain):

http://www.lilybiri.com/published/GameMatchStick/index.html

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A LMS is not for free. Have no idea what will happen with it after the death of Flash Player, because it is an AIR application, but Captivate has a Reviewer app which needs to be installed on the  reviewer's system. They can comment and comment will end up in the author's copy. They see the course as if they had a licensed copy of Captivate.

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Thanks Lilybiri. Yes you are right. Adobe Captivate Prime is not free and it is not included in my subscription.

So as per your comment, if the user doesn't have Adobe Captivate they will not be able to see the course?

 

If that so, is there any free platform where I can upload the course and other user will see without any installation or subscription, just on web?

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I understood that you wanted to get comments directly to your CP project.

If that is not necessary, you can always publish the project, upload it to a webserver (supporting JSON!) and send the URL to the reviewer. If it is a course where Reporting is set up, you can upload a limited number of files to SCORM Cloud, and do the same. Or you can turn off Reporting temporarily and upload to a webserver. Here is an example URL from a published project which I uploaded to a webserver (on my domain):

http://www.lilybiri.com/published/GameMatchStick/index.html

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Thanks. This helps. 🙂

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