Feature Call

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AP-41PRO-2T.jpg Our customers span the globe, the sectors, and the verticals. We have education, government, and commercial customers from Anchorage to Zimbabwe using Articulate Presenter for reasons as diverse as all of you are.

Whether it’s for building onling training to integrate with your LMS as part of your e-learning program, recruiting new students for your school or new members for your organization, or distributing your internal training, Articulate Presenter is your solution.

Articulate Presenter’s slew of features offers something for everyone. So today I pose two questions to you:

  1. What is (are) your favorite Articulate Presenter feature(s)?
  2. What feature or functionality would you like to see in future versions of Articulate Presenter?

Please give it some thought, then submit your feedback.

Use your imagination and let us know what you’ve always wished you could do with AP. There is no wrong answer and no feature is too zany (though AP will probably never wash your dishes or clean the bathroom for you).

Our product development team and I look forward to reading your input!

2 responses to “Feature Call”


I’m just now looking at Articulate/Engage as a means of providing basic e-Learning to our clients. The e-Learning modules need be easily editable by people who are familiar with PowerPoint, but may not be ready to work with something like Dreamweaver. Articulate seems to be the ideal solution, but the graphics quality is a little disappointing. I’m not even talking about screen captures and such, but even the PowerPoint template graphics.

Margaret Casey // Posted at 3:20 pm on March 23rd, 2007

Hi Margaret-

Glad to hear you’re looking at our software. I’d encourage you to take a look at this blog post, which addresses the quality issue.

Please let us know if there’s anything else we can do for you, or questions we can answer.

gabe // Posted at 3:35 pm on March 23rd, 2007

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