To publish a course in Easygenerator, you need to click the Publish tab and choose one of the publishing options.

It is also possible to get a private link or the embed code by clicking Share at the top of the course editor.

External Review

Before sharing a private link with your learners, you can send the course for review, collect feedback and enhance your learning content. 

Share a private link

By default, a course exists on the Easygenerator server and you are suggested to share a private link to access it. If your learners copy this link into their web browser, they will see the course and they can start working on it. That's the easiest way to publish and share courses.

Inside a website

You can personalize the course URL by embedding the course on your own website and sharing the link to your site rather than the direct course link. 

Sell your course

This option allows selling your course via Coggno, an online training marketplace and learning management system (LMS). You can publish your course in Coggno’s Marketplace and sell it to anyone, or you can publish it privately and use Coggno as your LMS.

To your LMS

Download a course as the SCORM 1.2 package and publish to your LMS. The SCORM package is generated according to the SCORM 1.2 standards. It includes all referenced files and media and can be published to your LMS. 

A learner can save their current progress when the course is launched from the LMS by clicking Save my current progress at the top right corner of the course. Next time a learner can easily continue the course from the saved position.

Publishing as the SCORM 1.2 package is a paid feature. You should upgrade your account to be able to publish to SCORM 1.2.

To your hosting

Publish to your webserver or cloud storage by downloading a course as the HTML package.

Update a published course

When the course is published you can update it anytime and download the updated package.

Enable Access Only for Specific People (Whitelist)

On the Publish step you can create a whitelist of learners who will have access to the course.

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