Once you have completed your training projects, you can export your content in a variety of formats: PDF, PPT, SCORM, XML or JSON. 

To export, click the publish button in the top right corner.

The publish modal will appear, giving you a variety of options for publishing and exporting. 

You'll select the tab on the left for the format type you'd like to export. Under the Data option, you'll find the XML and JSON exports. 

SCORM

If you click the download SCORM button, it creates a compressed 'zip' file with a SCORM 1.2 compatible wrapper that contains a link your project. You can upload this file to a SCORM compliant Learning Management System (LMS). When you play the course in the LMS, it will launch the latest published version from Synapse.

You must publish the course before you can download the SCORM file. If you make any changes to your project once you've uploaded the SCORM file, you can return to the Publish modal and select the update button. This will then release the changes to any of the outputs you have shared.

PDF

Downloading as a PDF allows you to export a PDF of your project blueprint to distribute as required.

PowerPoint

The PowerPoint export will download a 10” x 5.63” PPT file that can be leveraged for instructor-led training, imported to an authoring tool or used for further review. The export will transform the project into a series of slides. The Requirements will be displayed at the end of the presentation.

XML

If you click the Download XML button it will create a compressed 'zip' file that contains all of the project assets and data. The dialog will display a progress bar as this process can take a little while. It will initiate the file download once complete.

If you make changes to the project, you must return to the publish modal to download the project file in XML format again by choosing the "Generate new file" button.

The XML export  file will contain the structure and text content in the course.xml file, and an associated list of all media assets in separate files with names reflecting the asset title.

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