The theme determines the functionality and design of your project. Only administrators have permission to create new themes. If you need to create a new theme, but do not have permission to do so, contact your administrator. Alternatively, if the changes you require are purely design related, you can create a new variant of an existing theme. Variants maintain all the theme's original functionality while allowing authors to choose their own colors and fonts. See the article Create a Variant f...
A Baseline is a great way to speed up the development of new projects, especially if you have many projects that all share a standard structure.
For example, all your eLearning courses will have an Introduction with the same three pages, and each lesson has essentially the same structure, etc.
A Baseline is a project that your authors can quickly duplicate to start a new project, and they're available on the Create New Project panel.
You can set any project to be a Baseline. That could be ...
You can create a custom Section by starting with the Add a Blank Row option under the blue + sign at the bottom of your Flow Page then adding more Rows to that Section.
This lesson outlines how to add more Rows to the intial Section.
Steps to import a PowerPoint file to create a Claro Project.
The import process decompiles the PowerPoint file into its component parts then reassembles the parts on fully editable Claro Pages.
Images imported during the process are automatically stored in the Media Library.
The new Project will automatically be assigned the Nova theme.
You can not import PowerPoint to create a Flow course.
Quickly make notes as you work and track them for completion
Learn the steps on how you can create your own crossword puzzle!
Ready to contribute a project of your own to the Clarofy community? Your first step is to determine what type of project it will be. With Clarofy you have the option to create a text-based Quick Post, Write an Article, Create A Software Simulation or Screen Cast, Share Learning, an Image, Video, or URL. Continue reading below to learn how to create each of these projects.