Roundtripping with Microsoft® PowerPoint  

Import your PowerPoint slides, including PowerPoint 2013, in eLearning projects. Bring in objects, animations, and multimedia, easily update the content, and keep your PowerPoint and Adobe Captivate projects in sync dynamically.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Dr. Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning evangelist

Advanced Action templates (Shared actions)

Use Advanced Actions to configure and modify the learning experience by enabling conditional or multiple actions in an interaction. Now create Advanced Action templates which can be reused across projects. See Shared actions for more information.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning Evangelist

Equation editor

Easily add complex mathematical equations, with operators and scientific symbols, to courses using the multi-purpose equation editor from [Math+Magic]™. See Insert Mathematical equations for more information.

Learning notes

Enable learners to add and edit notes as they take their course, thereby allowing them to place cues within the course for reference.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning Evangelist

In-course web browsing

Enable more effective learning by embedding a browser interface within your courses. Allow your learners to access additional web-based reference material that complements course content

From an expert:

From an expert:
Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning Evangelist

In-course YouTube videos

Stream YouTube videos within your courses, for greater impact and retention.

Specify which section of the video you want the learner to view, to make it contextually relevant.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning Evangelist

Support for GIFT format  

Easily convert offline questions into a GIFT format question bank that you can draw on to create quizzes. Import GIFT format questions quickly and conveniently into Adobe Captivate 7 projects to create assessment modules. Maximize instructor time by using the same questions in multiple quizzes. See Import questions from GIFT format files for more information.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Vish, Adobe eLearning evangelist

Enhanced Accessibility support

Expand your outreach to defense, government, and educational organizations. Easily create simulations and demonstrations that address accessibility standards such as Section 508 and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0). Define text equivalents, insert clickable areas that allow keyboard access, and more to help ensure that everyone can access your content.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning evangelist

Multiformat publishing

Publish projects in multiple formats (MP4, SWF, EXE, PDF) to the web, desktops, notebooks, tablets, smartphones, iOS, and Android™devices, and leading Tin Can-, SCORM- and AICC-compliant LMSs.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Vish, Adobe eLearning evangelist

Drag-and-drop interactions

Make eLearning fun with drag and drop games, quizzes, and learning modules that users can access on desktops and iPads. Choose from a variety of drag-drop combinations based on what a drop target can accept, reject, or replace with while providing audio feedback for every user attempt. For more information see Drag-and-drop interactions.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Learn how to create a Drag and Drop question in Adobe Captivate 7.
Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning Evangelist

HTML5 support for PowerPoint

Import your Microsoft PowerPoint project including text, shapes, audio and animations into Adobe Captivate and publish them directly to HTML5. 

From an expert:

From an expert:
Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning evangelist

Adobe Captivate App Packager

Embed a range of HTML5 animations and synchronize them with your Adobe Captivate course. Publish the course as an app to multiple mobile platforms, including Windows RT—Metro using the PhoneGap Service.

Note:

You need to purchase PhoneGap service separately.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Vish, Adobe eLearning evangelist

Improved social media engagement

Instantly enable social conversations within Adobe Captivate courses with the enhanced Twitter widget. Help learners collaborate with you and other learners, in real time, by selecting a specific area within a course and tweeting a question. Track all conversations using the Learning Analytics dashboard.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning evangelist

Enhanced interactions library

Easily create engaging courses with a large library of professionally designed interactions, including Hangman and Jigsaw, which can be customized to suit your needs. For more information on interactions, see Smart Learning Interactions.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning Evangelist

Enhanced quizzing with HTML5

Outupt all your quizzes with Matching, Short Answer, and Fill in the blanks question types to HTML5.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Vish, Adobe eLearning evangelist

Record system audio

With Adobe Captivate 6.1, record system audio along with narration in an Adobe Captivate course. Use the system audio edit options to modify and synchronize the system audio across your course. For more information, see System audio.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning Evangelist

RTL language support

Widen your learner base by making your courses available in more languages than earlier. Adobe Captivate now supports Right-to-Left languages such as Arabic, Hebrew and Urdu. For more information, see Author in right-to-left languages.

From an expert:

From an expert:
Vish, Adobe eLearning evangelist

Publish HTML5 courses to Adobe Connect

Make your content more 'mobile' by publishing as HTML5 to Adobe Connect. Leverage the 'pause-resume anywhere' feature to provide seamless learning experience to your users on virtually any device or any browser. 

From an expert:

From an expert:
Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning Evangelist

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