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If you don’t have an Internet connection or you're using a proxy server to publish the presentation, you can upload the presentation to iSpring Learn manually via the iSpring Learn Web interface.

  1. Go to the Account menu and select Switch to offline mode.



  2. Enter a title in the Project name field. By default, the name is the same as the one of the PowerPoint presentation.



  3. Specify the local or network folder in which the content item will be saved in the Folder field. To do this, click the Browse... button on the right.



  4. Then, set up output options: 



  5. Next to the LMS Profile menu, click Customize to change additional information about the content author, description, tags, and completion settings.



  6. In the Upload Options section, check Upload source files if you want to save the source content files in iSpring Learn. That way, you can work on the project in a team or store a backup copy of the item in the cloud.



  7. Click the Publish button.



  8. After publishing is complete, click the Open Folder button.



    iSpring Suite creates a package ready for uploading to the iSpring Learn service. Now you can log into your iSpring Learn account and upload this package to a course at any convenient time. To learn more, read the detailed instructions for uploading content via the web interface.

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