February 21, Thursday 12:00 pm EST
Duration: 1 hour

Create a conversation simulation from scratch with iSpring TalkMaster

In January, we hosted a session on how to create demo content with iSpring, and took the “Car Sale” dialog simulation as an example. Now, it’s time to delve deeper into creating this simulation, and our expert Sofia will demonstrate the process from A to Z.

This workshop will give you the chance to learn how to:

  • build a conversation simulation from scratch
  • create parallel scripts depending on the choice of answer

Plus, it will give you an overview of the presentation structure and navigation.

If you’d like to repeat exactly what our expert does on your PC, be sure to grab the resources: https://ispri.ng/Bgkg0. And please be sure you have iSpring Suite installed. The trial version is completely ok. As the workshop will include a lot of practical tasks, please reserve at least an hour for it.

Sofia Turner
Tech Support Engineer
Sofia is an ambitious support professional who can easily assist a customer with any possible question. She loves to conduct live trainings, workshops, and webinars to share her expert tips and help eLearners hit their goals.

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