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Review 360 is a web app for collaborating with stakeholders on e-learning projects. See these FAQs for answers to common questions about Review 360.
What is Review 360?
Review 360 is a web app for collaborating with stakeholders on e-learning projects.
You publish courses to Articulate 360, then you use Review 360 to collect feedback from stakeholders. Update your project with the recommended changes and keep everyone in sync with the latest version of the course. Change management just got a whole lot easier.
Take a tour of Review 360 to learn more. And check out this user guide for details on managing and reviewing projects.
How much storage space do I have for courses in Review 360?
If you have an individual subscription for Articulate 360, you have 150 GB of storage for Review 360 content items and Rise 360 courses. If you have an Articulate 360 Teams subscription, your team has unlimited storage space.
Review 360 content items include everything you publish to Review 360 from Rise, Storyline, Studio, Replay, and Peek as well as video files you manually upload.
I'm getting an error when publishing to Articulate 360. Why is this happening?
Publishing to Articulate 360 requires an active internet connection, and there are a few reasons why it could fail. See this article for details and solutions.
Can I publish Storyline 360 and Studio 360 courses for manual upload to Review 360?
Not at this time.
Can I use Review 360 to track progress and results?
No. Review 360 is a collaboration tool for collecting feedback from stakeholders.
To track learners' progress in Storyline 360 and Studio 360 courses, publish them for Articulate Online or LMS.
To track progress in Rise 360 courses, export them as LMS packages.
If you're reviewing a video you created with Replay 360 or Peek 360, you can export it directly from Review 360 as an LMS package. Just click the ellipsis (...) in the upper right corner of the screen and choose Export to LMS.
Do reviewers need an account to post feedback?
By default, anyone who has a link to a project can review it and post comments—no account required. They'll just be prompted to enter their email address when they post comments so they can receive notifications for replies.
If you want to require stakeholders to sign in with an Articulate ID before posting comments, you can do that too. Open your project in Review 360, click Share in the upper right corner, and uncheck the box to Allow users without Articulate IDs to comment. Then copy the shareable link and send it to your reviewers. If they don't have Articulate IDs, they can create one here. It's free.
What happens to my content in Review 360 when my free trial or subscription expires?
Your content will remain intact on our servers for at least six months after your trial or subscription expires. Anyone who has direct links to review your content items will still be able to view them and add comments. However, you won't be able to access your Review 360 home page where all your content items are listed.
See this article for details about what to do before your account expires and what happens to your apps and content afterward.
When an Articulate 360 Teams seat is transferred from one user to another, what happens to the first user's content in Review 360?
You get to choose what happens to their content, including their Review 360 projects. You can transfer their content to another team member, delete it, or do nothing with it. See this article for details.
And if you don't have any open seats to give the new user, you can remove the first user from your team and transfer their content and seat to the new user all at once. Here's how.
Is there a size limit for projects published to Articulate 360 for Review 360?
The maximum size for each published project is 5 GB.
Is there a character limit for Review 360 comments?
Each comment can be up to 1,500 characters in length.
Can I change how often I receive email notifications for new comments?
Yes, you can choose to receive instant notifications, hourly or daily activity digests, or even turn email notifications off altogether. See this article for details.