Throwing this out there to see if others would find this valuable and want to add their voice to this request.
As users of the Story theme we've always wanted to have an Exit similar to the Course Player theme. Today, we submitted a feature request asking if the exit functionality could be added in two places.
1. Theme wrapper (TOC or header)
2. Project end screen upon completion
Can you push updates to a baseline object out to other projects using it? I made some editorial updates to content in a project marked as a baseline. One other project has been build from this baseline (duplicated). How can I get those updates "pushed out" to the other project with out going in and manually making the same updates there?
Assumptions I'm operating under: any customizing in that object will be overwritten when baseline updates are pulled in.
Love the new feature where you can share projects across DominKnow | One instances! Of course, I have to ask, can you share an entire collection, avoiding the need to share each individual project?
We have several developers responsible for maintaining our projects. We see the dashboard as a potentially very useful way to communicate status/life cycle, changes made, if a new export is needed, etc. Currently, we use the checklist to communicate parts of status, we use the life cycle, we use review periods. We are starting to leave commit notes that comment on an update made but wonder how we might leverage the dashboard further to know if updates were made and if a new export is neede...
I have created a carousel in Claro. There is only line of text on each tab. When it displays there is a vertical scroll bar. No matter how much I enlarge the carousel, the scroll bar displays. I can't seem to get rid of it. Is there a way to disable this feature?
Is it possible to have a review in dominknow where I can disable the ability for comments? One of our authors will send a final viewing of a course coming up where they really just showing what they have done. They don’t want to open up for additional comments. Is this possible – and if yes, how do they do this?