29 Really Useful Articulate Tutorials


This is the 29th and final post in the Articulate 101 series — 29 posts in 29 days. It was written by Articulate Director of Customer Support Gabe Anderson.

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All good things must come to an end, and here we are on the final day of our Articulate 101 series. It’s been a fun ride for us. Whether you’ve been following the series since the beginning or are discovering it for the first time, we hope you find it useful.

So without further ado, here are all the posts from the Articulate 101 series, organized by product and in rough order of increasing difficulty:


Articulate Presenter

Articulate Quizmaker

Articulate Engage

Bonus tutorials! Although they weren’t part of the 101 series, we also have a library of 30 tutorials on using Articulate Online…

Articulate Online

This is the first time in this blog’s 4-year history that there’s been a post on February 29 (this blog launched in April 2004, a couple months after the last leap year). This month also set a record for the most number of posts in a single month.

Finally, a big thank you to everyone who contributed to the 101 series this month:

  • Rob Blankenship (Customer MVP)
  • Phil Corriveau (Customer MVP)
  • Helene Geiger (Customer)
  • Tom Kuhlmann (VP of Community)
  • Shane Matthews (Customer)
  • Dave Moxon (Customer Support Engineer)
  • Dave Mozealous (QA Project Lead)
  • Sarah Schenone (Sales Operations Manager)
  • Mark Schwartz (EVP of Sales & Marketing)
  • Justin Wilcox (Sr. Customer Support Engineer)

It was a great team effort, and we couldn’t have done it without all of you!

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