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6 eNetAuthor Features That Help
Designers Quickly Create Engaging Content

Familarising yourself with any new online tool can be tricky and time consuming. When you first log in to new software you can be met with so many options and toolbars that it is often hard to know where to start.

We realise that time is a precious commodity which is why eNetAuthor has a range of features to help designers quickly get started with online course creation:

1. Drag and drop capability

Incorporating images to supplement course content couldn’t be simpler. eNetAuthor uses drag and drop functionality, allowing the user to import images in 3 easy steps:

  1. Select an image object from the menu bar
  2. drag it on to the layout to the desired position
  3. and select the location of the image you wish to use from the familiar popup that appears.

2. Bootstrap framework

eNetAuthor is a fully responsive authoring tool, working in a grid of 12. It uses the familiar bootstrap framework, giving designers confidence in the order objects will appear when viewed on different devices.

3. Built-In Templates

If you are initially unsure how you want your course content to be displayed, eNetAuthor’s template feature will help. These built-in page templates propose the placement of content provided by the content author. eNetAuthor also offers additional capability of creating your own templates for future use. This is advantageous for ongoing projects where a standard framework is required.

4. Review functionality

The project review functionality within eNetAuthor allows the designer to check how the course will look on differing devices before release. This features is beneficial in saving editing time further down the line.

5. Collaboration globally

As a cloud-based authoring tool eNetAuthor enables global project collaboration. Comments can be left against each slide as the course is built to provide clear instruction on intent, allowing for a conversation to flow between subject matter experts, designers and other project members, wherever they are based.

With the comment functionality, notes can be left against the relevant page to reflect change requests. This can be a useful communication tool between all project collaborators.

6. Image library

Once you upload an image to your elearning project that image is then stored within your image library for ease of recall for future use. This can be particularly useful if you have a number of branded images which you plan to use over differing learning courses.

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