Why would I need a Rise.com account if I already have Rise 360?
Rise 360 is great for creating courses, but it’s a course development app only. You’ll need a separate learning management system (LMS) to deliver, track, manage, and analyze your Rise 360 courses.
You might want Rise.com if you’d like to deliver, track, and manage Rise courses outside of your company’s LMS. For example, some marketing, sales, and design departments want to give people in those departments the ability to create and deliver training content easily, without needing to go through an unwieldy corporate LMS.
Why does Rise.com have a separate website and brand given that it’s an Articulate product?
Rise.com and Articulate are separate brands with separate websites because they serve different audiences. Rise.com is for all roles and departments in an organization, while other Articulate products are designed for e-learning and training professionals and departments.
Can I export Rise 360 courses from Articulate 360 to Rise.com?
No, Rise.com courses can’t be migrated to Rise 360.
Can I host Storyline 360 and Studio 360 courses in Rise.com?
You can! To track your Storyline 360 and Studio 360 courses in Rise, publish them as LMS packages and choose SCORM 1.2 or any edition of SCORM 2004 as your LMS standard. Then import them into Rise. Watch the video demonstration to see how it works.