What's New?

This article covers new features and major changes implemented in the new version in each component of Apty Assist: 

Apty Assist Studio (the Editor) 

ASSIST STUDIO AS A NATIVE APPLICATION

In a new version the former Editor has been implemented as a native application which now runs outside of the browser and communicates with the client application via the Apty Editor Extension. While the new implementation has not affected application’s regular behavior (selecting elements on the browser screen, overlaying Workflow elements / Tooltips / Validation logic, and real time preview), it provides the following benefits:

  • one-click extension installation,
  • freedom to use the full surface of the browser window,
  • aversion of potential styling conflicts between the hosting application and overlaid Workflow / Tooltip elements.

BALLOON CONFIGURATIONS - STEP TITLE

In versions 2.6 and prior Balloon Heading was implemented as a separate field and was a required element of a balloon (as shown on the screen below). In a new version Balloon title has been moved to the content area to support single line balloons. To assign text the header style, select it in the content area and click   (H1) at the instrument panel.


ELEMENT HIGHLIGHTING OPTIONS HAVE BEEN ADDED
In a new version of Apty Assist we have upgraded step customization to visually match the design of the client application. Upon selecting an element and its highlight options, it is now it is now possible to choose the border color from the palette and preview it live. Color choice is available for the Highlight and Blinking Highlight Options as shown on the screen below.


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Apty Assist Client (the Player)

The Assist Client (help widget) has been completely redeveloped:

  • Player is now responsive on mobile and tablet devices, and
  • Player size is automatically adjusted to the width and height of the screen.

Admin Console

EXPORTING SCORM CONTENT

SCORM is an abbreviation that stands for:  "Shareable Content Object Reference Model". SCORM defines a specific way of constructing a learning management system and training and course content, so it can be shared with other SCORM compliant systems. SCORM enables you to package your content and share it with other systems.

Apty is now SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) compliant. Once the Workflow is created, it can now be exported as a PDF to any LMS system.


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ADDING SURVEYS TO THE ANNOUNCEMENTS

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