Creation - ElementsHow to use each of the content elements to build training modules in Tribal Habits.
Content elements overview
There are a range of possible content elements you can use to capture knowledge in your topics and articles.
You can add a disclaimer to any topic or article.
Tribal Habits automatically calculates completion time for topics and articles.
There are several elements (Embed, Video, Narration, Download) which allow you to show slides within a topic.
Use the Quote element, with a variety of layouts, to highlight quotes or key messages.
The interact element can be used to transform text into more interactive learning elements.
The Text and Column elements both include a Table icon to help you create tables of data in topics and articles.
There are many rich text formatting options used through-out elements in Tribal Habits.
Insights are short ‘bites of expertise’ which highlight key points or expand on core content in your topic or article.
You can think of Sections as sub-headings within the points of your topic, or within your article.
How to embed third-party external content like Youtube, Vimeo, Wikipedia, Slide Share, Prezi, Flicker, GoogleMaps, Typeform or Soundcloud with the Embed element.
The Audio element allows you to upload any .mp3 up to 100MB in size. It's perfect for podcasts, recorded interviews, key sounds and so on.
The Hotspot element allows creators to combine text and images into a single interactive element.
Narration allows you to create fully narrated slideshows using text, images, AI voices or your own recorded audio.
When you are creating topics or articles, you can upload videos to capture and share your knowledge.
The Download element allows you to share files with explorers during the learning process.
You can add images to any topic or article - upload your own images or select from our image library, as well as edit images online.
You can use the Upload element to allow learners to submit files for online storage or review.
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The Match element allows you to create a quiz based on matching, sorting or ranking knowledge.
The Q&A element allows you to capture written responses from explorers in topics or articles.
If you would like to survey explorers in a topic or article, you can use the POLL element in the Content box.
You can create a quiz anywhere in your topic or article with the QUIZ element.