ReviewLink FAQ

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions about ReviewLink.

How do I upload Lectora and Lectora Online content to ReviewLink?

You can publish Lectora and Lectora Online titles directly to ReviewLink with the built-in ReviewLink publish option. Access to ReviewLink is included in your Lectora and Lectora Online subscription. When you publish to ReviewLink, your ReviewLink credentials are saved within your Lectora and Lectora Online preferences. You can invite reviewers and set review deadlines within Lectora and Lectora Online as well.

What is the maximum upload limit for a course?

There is a 2GB limit for uploaded content. If a course is larger than that, we recommend dividing it into multiple courses for publishing, uploading, and reviewing.

Can I upload Articulate Storyline content to ReviewLink?

Yes. If you are using Storyline 1 or 2, you will need to publish your Storyline course to the Web with the Include HTML5 Output option selected. Then choose to save the published files as a Zip file. Within ReviewLink, select the Upload button to browse for and upload the Zip file you just created. You can also publish and upload Storyline SCORM (LMS-published) content.

For details, see Using ReviewLink with Storyline and Captivate Courses in our Trivantis Community

If you don’t have a Lectora or Lectora Online license, you can purchase ReviewLink separately to host Storyline and Captivate courses.

Can I upload Adobe Captivate content to ReviewLink?

Yes. If you are using Captivate 8, publish your Captivate file as HTML5 with the Quiz reporting option (used for SCORM) disabled. Select the “Zip files” option to save the published files as a Zip file. Within ReviewLink, select the Upload button to browse for and upload the Zip file you just created. You can also publish and upload Captivate SCORM-published content.

For details, see Using ReviewLink with Storyline and Captivate Courses in our Trivantis Community.

If you don’t have a Lectora or Lectora Online license, you can purchase ReviewLink separately to host Storyline and Captivate courses.

Does ReviewLink support SCORM content?

Yes. ReviewLink supports SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 content from Lectora, Lectora Online, Articulate Storyline, and Adobe Captivate. This includes zip files containing Storyline Web (HTML5) or LMS-published content, Captivate 8, and Captivate 9 content. While not specifically supported yet, SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 content created in other tools may be uploaded as well.

How many content items can I host on ReviewLink?

Lectora and Lectora Online users can host up to 10 active courses at no extra cost. If you need more space, you can choose to upgrade your subscription to in order to host additional items.

If you don’t have a Lectora or Lectora Online license, you can purchase ReviewLink separately to host Storyline and Captivate courses.

How do Reviewers access ReviewLink?

Reviewers in ReviewLink are unlimited and free. Reviewers you invite to your content will receive an email invitation with a link to log into the ReviewLink site. Reviewers do not need licenses of Lectora, Lectora Online, or ReviewLink. As long as the same email address is used, reviewers can use the same account to access multiple pieces of content from different publishers.

Are ReviewLink reviewers individual or groups?

Both. Every reviewer must have a unique email address. You can then use the grouping feature to set up collections of reviewers that you may use as needed. For example, add all subject-matter experts into one SME group or create a group containing the emails addresses for your management stakeholders. Or, group reviewers by department or product.

How long will my content remain in ReviewLink?

Content that you upload will remain in ReviewLink until you remove it. To remove content, click the Delete Content button for each item you’d like to permanently remove. You can also close content for comments, instead of removing it, preventing reviewers from accessing the content.

What reporting is available from ReviewLink?

ReviewLink provides easy online access to review comments. This panel can be filtered and sorted by content/course, reviewer, comment status, comment priority, comment location/page, and date. The comment threads can be exported for offline review to a PDF document or CSV file, allowing for further data manipulation and evaluation.

Is ReviewLink secure?

All content published to ReviewLink and data transmitted between Reviewers and Publishers is private, secure, and password protected. ReviewLink is hosted on a secure server using a multi-tenant architecture, and all pieces of content are individually firewalled. For data integrity security, all data is stored in a SQL database that is accessible only from the ReviewLink application server. The files are never stored directly to a disk file that is accessible externally. All data is transmitted and received between Lectora and ReviewLink using 128-bit AES encryption. All content and comments are password protected such that it cannot be accessed without being logged into the system.

Will Trivantis use my content?

Trivantis does not claim any copyright for content Published to ReviewLink. Publishers maintain all rights to their content.

What kinds of support are included with ReviewLink?

Email and phone support are available from the Trivantis Customer Support Team.

Are there special licensing programs available for large corporate customers?

Volume discounting is available. Please contact your sales representative for more information.

Is there a single team (volume) license used by multiple users or must every user have a different license?

Every author publishing or importing content to ReviewLink is considered a single license user with unique credentials to access the site.