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ReviewLink 3.2 is here!

jvalley4735 Community Member Posts: 1,357
We have further enhanced support for Lectora®, Lectora® Online, Captivate®, and Storyline® and SCORM 1.2 content. Now you can upload and test SCORM 2004 content. This includes zip files containing Storyline’s LMS-published content, Captivate 8, and Captivate 9 content. While not specifically supported yet, SCORM 2004 content created in other tools may be uploaded as well.

For more information check out the latest release notes: http://trivantis.com/reviewlink-release-notes-3.2


  • approg
    approg Community Member Posts: 250 ♪ Opening Act ♪
    For me where RL falls down is in how it handles specific comments. Take this scenario:

    QA checks a title I've uploaded and makes 50 comments.

    I go in and start reading through them. Now say I want to address the 20th comment first. I make the edits requested in the comment and now what?

    If I mark it as fixed then QA may go online and find it hasn't been fixed (as I've not uploaded a new version yet).

    If I don't mark it how do I easily find it later.

    If I add my own comment to the original comment the order of the comments changes and its a PITA to find where I was up to in the list.

    Also why is it every time I uploaded a new version of a title every active comment gets a comment that a new version has been uploaded. If I uploaded 8 new version then everyone has to read through 8 comments for each active comment that a new version has been uploaded. To me it's useless information that gets in the way of the real information.
  • jvalley4735
    jvalley4735 Community Member Posts: 1,357
    What would you like to see the program do differently?
  • approg
    approg Community Member Posts: 250 ♪ Opening Act ♪
    What I really like about RL is that I can open a title at the same point that the comment was made.

    What RL needs is to assist everyone taking part in the QA process and not just tie comments to locations in courses. Something  more like Trello or Pivotal Tracker where users can "control" what displays where and in what order and not have items moving automatically or stay fixed in position.


  • jvalley4735
    jvalley4735 Community Member Posts: 1,357
    I've shared your suggestion with the ReviewLink team.  Thanks for your feedback!
  • nwilliams3743
    nwilliams3743 Community Member Posts: 74
    Does anyone else find ReviewLink to be incredibly slow at loading content?

    I love the features and it's great to use for review, however I can see users becoming frustrated using it.

    The content I've tested works much faster on an LMS so I'd figure it should load at the same pace with RL?
  • jvalley4735
    jvalley4735 Community Member Posts: 1,357
    I asked the team if there were any reported issues and nothing was happening at the time you posted.  Would you mind sharing what type of course you're loading?  The size? The content that's in it? If you keep experiencing issues be sure to contact our support team as they'll be able to triage the issue more thoroughly.
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