Step 8: Edit your Courses and Activities

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With Quickify AI it's easy to create and edit courses on any subject by mixing and matching up to 12 different interactive activities. You can start by editing the Quickify AI or the Employee Onboarding Demo courses provided, or create new courses from scratch. 

You can create and publish as many courses you want at no extra charge


Navigate to the Admin Panel

To customize your courses, go to the Admin Panel, and click Courses

  1. The Quickify AI Editor (CMS) will open in a new tab.
  2. Click Courses in the Editor menu.
  3. Choose one of the existing courses to edit. 

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Personalize each course with your own assets, use items like images and audio that we've provided, or generate new AI assets.


Edit the course title and description

  1. Click on the course you want to edit.
  2. Scroll down to Details.
  3. Under Title, edit the text.
  4. Under Description, edit the text. 

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Change the course thumbnail

  1. Click on the course you want to edit.
  2. Scroll down to Design.
  3. In the Thumbnail field, click the X to remove the default image.
  4. Upload your own thumbnail by clicking on the Upload icon. 
  5. Select your thumbnail image on your computer.

If you have a thumbnail already uploaded in the File Library or used elsewhere in your project, click on the Folder icon to select the file from the Library.


Change the course welcome logo

  1. Click on the course you want to edit.
  2. Scroll down to Design.
  3. In the Welcome Page Logo field, click the X to remove the default image.
  4. Upload your own logo by clicking on the Upload icon. 
  5. Select your logo image on your computer.

Click on the Folder icon to select a previous uploaded logo from the File Library.


Change the background image

  1. Click on the course you want to edit.
  2. Scroll down to Design.
  3. In the Background Image field, click the X to remove the default image.
  4. Upload your own background by clicking on the Upload icon. 
  5. Select your background image on your computer.

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Click on the Folder icon to select a previously uploaded background from the File Library.


Change the audio

Each template comes with a default Sound Pack, but you can change it.

  1. Click on the course you want to edit.
  2. Scroll down to Design.
  3. Under Sound Pack, select the audio you want from the dropdown menu.

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Edit the Introduction

Every course starts with an Introduction Message - from your company, executive, important item to remember about the course, etc.

  1. Click on the course you want to edit.
  2. Scroll down to Introduction Message.
  3. Under Introduction Message Title, edit the text. 
  4. Under Introduction Message Description, add your own description. 
  5. Under Introduction Message Image, upload your logo or custom image.

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Edit Activities

It's easy to view, edit, or add an Activity to a course.

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It's important to understand interactive activities before you start editing. 


Preview your project

Preview your project to see what your changes look like before you publish.

  1. Click on the course you want to preview.
  2. Scroll down to Publish.
  3. Click the Preview button to launch your preview in a new tab.

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Before you can preview your course, it has to be published. Your users won't be able to see your course until you add it to the Start screen.


Publish your course

Once you've completed all your changes, and are happy with how they look, you are ready to publish your course. 

  1. Click on the course you want to preview.
  2. Scroll down to Publish.
  3. Click the Publish button.

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Changes made only apply to one course. To create a new or copied course, it must be published. A course is not available to your users until you add it to your Start screen. 


Next Step

Next, let's review how to add documents, links and important resources to your course library.

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