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Content Transfer

Maintain control of your content and intellectual property. When someone leaves your account, choose what happens to their content.

Categories: Managing

Multiple Rise Libraries

Create completely separate course libraries in Rise. Perfect for when you want to give different groups of people, such as external partners, access to a limited set of courses.

Categories: Platform

Slack Integration

Integrate Rise directly with your favorite team communication app. This lets you receive Rise notifications directly in Slack and more. 

Categories: Integrations

Custom APIs

The Rise data API will allow you to build custom integrations with your business systems, giving your team access to valuable training data where they need it most. 

Categories: Integrations

Storyline Support

Track learners’ progress in your Storyline courses when you upload them to Rise.

Categories: Authoring

Advanced Undo

Undo any actions you’ve taken in your current lesson creation session with a persistent Undo button.

Categories: Authoring

Interactive Tooltips

Add media-rich pop-up tooltips to your text to provide inline definitions, references, and more.

Categories: Authoring

Media Library

Use persistent libraries to share your uploaded media with other members of your team, just like block templates!

Categories: Authoring

Granular Reporting Permissions

Specifying which groups people with reporter roles can and can’t see. 

Categories: Reporting

Question-level Reporting

Know how your learners answered each question so that you can refine training to meet their needs.

Categories: Reporting

Custom Interface Labels

Customize or localize the Rise UI by importing your own label sets. With customizable label sets, it’s simple to translate the Rise UI into another language or simply update the terminology to make it your own.  

Categories: Managing

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