In our series of how-to videos, we have come to a commonly used feature – namely adding a sound that plays when the user is entering a page. You can see the video below.
This feature is often used for having an actor read text in a children’s book or give an intro to interactions available in a page of learning. In a later video, we will see how this can also be automated for a large number of pages using our import feature.
If you have questions above the feature above or suggestions about new videos topics we should cover, be sure to let us know.
Continuing our little series with info on our team, we today write a few words about Adi – a humble and modest guy, who has no big reason for that kind of modesty – since he really is in-the-making to become what people in Silicon Valley like to call a rockstar developer.
Title: Software Developer
Background: “Politehnica”, Automation and Computer Science Faculty, Timisoara, Romania.
Fun fact: One time I was on a trip in the mountains with some friends. The weather was perfect when we left from home, so we didn’t took adequate equipment with us. The next day it started to rain, all our food was destroyed, and we spent another two days wet in the woods. Since then, I know that everything you do, you need to be prepared.
As promised, we are kicking off our series of how-to videos that will run through autumn and likely the (way too long) winter. Our aim is for the videos to be simple enough to be used to learn brand new functionality, and they are a super reference resource if you participated in one of our workshop, but can’t quite seem to remember exactly how to complete a certain task.
This very first video will give you a very quick introduction to the user interface of the tool. It will lead you into the project tab, which is where you will enjoy spending most of your time using our tool. Have a look:
If you have suggestions about new videos topics we should cover, be sure to let us know.