Brainshark's ability to embed content is as simple as copying a snippet of code to your webpage. ote that you can embed your presentation on multiple pages. This means that you can change the presentation Brainshark in order to alter the content on all of the said pages.
The following steps will demonstrate how to embed your Brainshark presentation into webpages as a HTML snippet.
To embed your content, go to your presentation properties and click on the Embed button next to the Current Address textbox.
Note that, there are two options from here. Either select the Links tab in order to get a presentation link for sharing purposes or select the Embed Code tab to get an HTML snippet for embedding purposes.
paste either the link or the HTML snippet to a webpage. Be sure to test the snippet on multiple browsers and devices so that you are sure that the content is embedded properly. If you find issues during this process, be sure to contact the Brainshark support line to report the bug.
Embedding Brainshark content has multiple purposes. For instance, if you use a presentation or document on multiple websites, having the ability to edit the presentation there without having to edit each individual website allows you to streamline changes. In addition, Brainshark's audio annotation system is not something that is easily achieved on a plain website—having the ability to embed the content allows you to fully engage your audience in Brainshark's premiere platform.
We will now explore other ways of embedding Brainshark presentations into existing documents or webpages.
QR codes (Quick Response codes) are used by mobile devices for quick links. By embedding your content using the previous steps, you are using hyperlinks work better for desktop browsers.
Mobile devices with camera functionality can now take advantage of capturing QR codes that link directly to websites. Each presentation has a unique QR code image you can save onto printed documents, posters, or even other presentations.