Aptem provides a flexible and powerful onboarding feature to help you capture and communicate information to your learners and/or job seekers. In this webinar, we took you through the fundamentals of configuring onboarding for your programmes so that you can efficiently, with ease, get your learners and/or jobseekers started.
Q and A transcript
The following is a transcript of the questions asked during the webinar, along with the answers provided by product experts. For any further information, do contact your Implementation Consultant, Customer Success Manager or Aptem Support.
With the exception of iframe, wouldn't it be easier just to create a full graphic and add it there instead of editing HTML?
You can still add graphics via the editor, you don’t have to use HTML.
I want to use staff pictures & images associated with our programmes. These are not publicly hosted. I was able to drag & drop these a couple of weeks ago. Please can this function be reinstated?
You can still drag and drop/copy and paste directly into the editor. With HTML you need to have these images publicly hosted.
Do you provide hosting for your customers to host images etc., or do we have to host ourselves?
You would need to host this yourself.
Where the pixel / iframe size is defined, is that responsive in the case of different screen / window sizes?
Yes, Aptem is optimised for different device usage e.g. mobile, tablet, etc.
Can you include your own external CSS style sheets?
Yes, but to do this you would need to edit the style sheet reference in the header information in the template.
What is the particular benefit of using HTML? I've never used HTML but have always used the normal formatting toolbar to edit the text within our onboarding wizard to make it bold, and use bullet points, etc.?
With HTML, you have more formatting options than the standard editor - whilst you can use the standard editor to create bold text and bullet points, HTML gives you more freedom around font, images, headings & sub-headings and placement of images/text.