Yes, you can duplicate your interactive deck. There is no explicit button or any method to duplicate your deck, but here’s how you can do it;
Step 1: Consider you have created a deck that you want to duplicate, to do this login using your creator credentials.
Step 2: Go to Create tab in the left menu.
Step 3: Locate that deck, and edit it using ‘pencil’ icon.
Step 4: Now click on the ‘Download button’, it will download the ‘Deck’ on your computer.
Step 5: Now create a new Deck, it will open a modal. This time instead of clicking on “Create a New Deck” button, Upload a QDF file.
Step 6: Upload the recently downloaded deck, this way you have successfully duplicated your deck.
Note: You get the ability to create/duplicate Interactive Deck, only if you are a “Biz” or “Enterprise” licence user.
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Yes, you can duplicate a slide, here’s how you do it
Step 1: Make sure you’re inside your Interactive Deck Editor,
Step 2: Go to Home tab inside your deck editor.
Step 3: Click on “Duplicate Slide” button in the ribbon, or Click on icon next to “+” icon in the webform on current page. This will duplicate the current slide that you are editing.
Yes, it is possible to reposition a slide after it is created. Make sure you are inside your Interactive Deck Editor, follow the below steps to reposition your slide
Step 1: Go to Home tab inside your deck editor.
Step 2: Switch to ‘Sorter’ view in the preview section from the ribbon.
Step 3: This will replace the ‘Mobile’ view in the left to ‘Sorter’ view
Step 4: Now drag the slide, and drop it at the position you want.
Here are a few reasons why you aren’t able to enter your password;
- Check with your trainer if he’s updated the password
2. Please check if you’re using a correct and updated application
3. Passwords are case sensitive – make sure that you don’t have your caps-lock on while entering your password.
Yes, if you own an enterprise account, then you as a Trainer can create social feeds for your enterprise learners.
You can create the following types of feeds:
- A simple text feed
- An image feed
- An image gallery
- An external link
- A video feed
We offer multiple kinds of slides, some of the popular formats are as follows;
Simple and easy to use text based templates:
- Title with Subtitle
- Bullet List
- Dos and Don’ts List
- Carousel List
Image based templates:
- Zoomable Image
- Background Image
- Icon Bullet List
- Icon List Timeline
- Icon List Gallery
- Image Cards
- Image Gallery
- Popup List
A PDF Reader Template:
- Caption with Video
- Paragraph with Video
Reference to external resource:
- Single Select
- Multiple Select
- Picture Fuddle
- Timelined Options
These are a few easy to use templates from the available library and there are many yet to be added. Update your QuoDeck account for the new set of templates.
Offline Collaboration is a feature that is made available to the Biz & Enterprise licence users. Only these users can create a Deck, which is a content format to create interactive content on QuoDeck.
You can download this interactive deck and share it with other creators of the QuoDeck Platform. These users can upload this deck, update its contents and download the updated “Deck” and send it back to you or share with other creators on the system. This ability to share the content offline, is the offline collaboration feature offered by QuoDeck platform.
Once your course has been created, you can edit & update below characteristics of the course:
1. Course name.
2. Course description.
3. Course theme(which is by default set to none. You can select from readily available themes)
4. Define course sequential (which is by default set to non sequential access)
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