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I have been using Dailo to make my teaching scripts into realistic speech simulators. I select a character to use and then it reads my script. Some use this to teach employees how to negotiate and respond to certain objections appropriately, but i have found that you can use it to train people to do any type of skill set.
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Teachers who want to give their quizzes to many students (not just through their own university's LMS). Teachers who don't need something to dazzle their students. Read full review Pros training teaching making lessons exciting Read full review Our larger projects are easy to manage now. Easy video uploading helps us to entice the learners. I love the fact that I can access the development and performance tracking within the same platform. Read full review Cons speech options character options onboarding Read full review ProProfs is very bland-looking, rather Web 1.0. They have a very limited-number of templates, and they are not customizable. If the company is making any money, I think they should try to make it as aesthetically pleasing as possible. ProProfs quizzes are not responsive to devices. A quiz looks exactly the same on an iPhone as it does on a computer screen. Students live in a world where everything they access online is customized to the device they use, but a ProProfs quiz will have small type on an iPhone, and won't allow a zoom by pinching. Uploading images, audio, and video when making a quiz is a time-consuming task. Takes a lot of clicks. And there's no way to see your own library of uploaded stuff, so when you want to use a previously-uploaded image, you can't just find it in your account and attach it, you have to upload the same image every time. It's tedious. Other LMSs I've used in the past year, like BookWidgets and iSpring Quiz Maker have a good deal more variety of question types than ProProfs. For example, you can't touch, drag and drop an answer on a blank from a word bank with a ProProfs quiz. Matching-type questions in ProProfs are limited to drop-down menu choices or radio buttons. There's no HTML5 magic at work. ProProfs support is not bad (response within a day), but they can't explain frequent glitches that occur. Example: Nearly every time a class takes a quiz, there's ONE student who presses "submit" and their answers don't get submitted; instead, the loading circle just keeps rotating and the student panics, and then the student has to press refresh on their web browser, and --sometimes, but not always-- all their responses are erased and they have to take the quiz again. And there's nothing that a teacher can do. It's dreadful. Tell ProProfs about it, and they dodge the bullet because I wasn't able to give them enough info they required (e.g. what kind of phone?, what kind of OS?, what version?, was the device facing North?, etc). ProProfs UI has not changed significantly in the 4 years I've been using them. I get the feeling that they're not trying hard enough. Read full review Support Rating
ProProfs deserves the best of the best ratings. It makes learners the prime focus of every step of learning, and that’s the greatest thing about it. Besides, arranging and putting different relevant content together is a walk in the park. Everything is so straightforward. If you look at the customization options, they are equally amazing.
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similar but very different - there really isn't any software quite as good as dailo
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Since the tool is built for enterprise training programs and is incredibly easy to use, I’d say it is highly recommendable.
Read full review Return on Investment ROI helping staff get better teaching Read full review ProProfs irons out all the hurdles to efficient and effective training. We see greater engagement and assignment completion rate with trainees. Room for customization gives a sense of ownership to us. Read full review ScreenShots ProProfs LMS Software Screenshots