Can iSpring Suite courses be uploaded to Google Classroom?

Google Classroom doesn’t support HTML5 courses. But you can use it to distribute the content to your students - simply save your course as a ZIP file and attach it to a Google Classroom assignment. Your learners will be able to download the course and run it from their computer. However, you won’t be able to keep track of the learners’ progress. If you want to get full control over your students’ results and protect your courses from being transferred to third parties, upload them to an LMS.


Does iSpring Suite integrate with open source presentation software like LibreOffice or OpenOffice Impress?
iSpring Suite is a PowerPoint-based authoring toolkit and cannot create slides in or import presentations from software other than MS Office.
How can I return lost files to the presentation?

Find quizzes (.quiz), interactions (.visuals), dialog simulations (.visuals), etc. on your computer and insert them back into the presentation by adding new slides and selecting Browse instead of creating new files.

Is it okay if I store and work with projects on external drives or OneDrive?
We highly recommend that you work on your project only on local drives. Don’t keep the files created with iSpring Suite on online shared drives or external drives. This is because iSpring Suite might not have access to your local drives to create temporary files when your presentation is being created and saved.
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I transferred my presentation to another directory on the PC and renamed it, and now all my interactions, quizzes, etc. are lost. Where can I find them?
Move the presentation back to where it was created, together with its source folder, and return to the previous name. Keep both the PowerPoint file and the source folder together under the same name, as they are connected.
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