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"There is a new, innovative way to increase findability and personalize end-user content in new release of Adobe RoboHelp. Dynamic Content Filtering lets authors create content categories (such as Roles, Locations, Products, etc.) that allow the end user to ‘self-select’ the content they want to locate. This personalized content is then delivered in topics, as well as ‘on the fly’ from the Table of Contents, Index and even the Search results." 
—John Daigle, Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Captivate Instructor, Evergreen Online Learning, LLC 
“In previous versions of Adobe RoboHelp, Dynamic User Centric Content has been a useful way of filtering the displayed content based on a condition selected by the user. With the latest release of Adobe RoboHelp, this has been taken to a completely new level. With the ability to define filters based on one or more conditions, DUCC is no longer ‘conditional build tags on steroids’ it is now a truly customisable filtering mechanism that allows you to have your cake and eat it too.”
—Colum McAndrew, RoboColum(n) Consulting 
“We will definitely be taking advantage of the new HTML5 layout in Adobe RoboHelp. We love the new modern appearance of the layout and the dynamically displayed search, table of contents, and index panes.”
—Alexandra Duffy, Lead Technical Writer, Nemetschek Vectorworks
"With the introduction of Dynamic Filters in Adobe RoboHelp all my hopes from this new release have been fulfilled. I can now dynamically change content based on the user. And I can reuse all my current conditions to boot. This just made my day!"
Willam van Weelden, Technical Writer, WvanWeelden Consultancy 
"With Dynamic Content Filtering in Adobe RoboHelp my end users can find exactly the content they are looking for in a personalized way. For example, if I am in the maintenance department and looking for a part number for product, I don't have to wade through a lot of content that is better meant for the sales and marketing department. I am able to cut to the chase and find what I need rather than what someone else might be looking for."
—John Daigle, Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Captivate Instructor, Evergreen Online Learning, LLC 
“In the new release of Adobe RoboHelp, the latest HTML5 Responsive Layouts support Dynamic Filtering giving users the option to filter the content and see just what is relevant to them. Content Categories in WebHelp gave users the ability to choose sub-sets that had been defined by the author. Dynamic Filtering in HTML5 goes much further as the author can give more options and the user gets to choose which ones they want. Also the author can easily create an app in both iOS and Android formats.”
—Peter Grainge, Owner,
www.grainge.org
“In addition to using the new HTML5 layout in Adobe RoboHelp, we’re happy about the enhancements for editing the layout, making it easier to show or hide functionality like the Glossary or Index without having to manually edit several slp files. Also, some improvements have been made to the search algorithm, enhancing the experience of our users.”
—Alexandra Duffy, Lead Technical Writer, Nemetschek Vectorworks
"It's amazing to see Dynamic Content Filtering in action. With Adobe RoboHelp my end users can now find personalized content in topics which change in real-time according to their role, location or product they are working on. At the same time, the Table of Contents, Index and Search results change ‘on the fly’ to deliver the most relevant content to the reader."
—John Daigle, Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Captivate Instructor, Evergreen Online Learning, LLC 
"The new app layout in Adobe RoboHelp allows me to publish content as a native app for all big platforms with just one click. Finally, I can support iPad natively!"
—Willam van Weelden, Technical Writer, WvanWeelden Consultancy

 

“As a long-time user of Adobe RoboHelp and, in the past, a certified trainer for RoboHelp and Adobe Captivate, I have always found the products impressive. Recent upgrades to RoboHelp have kept it up with the times, giving it new life and interesting new opportunities.”
—Nancy Cattle, Independent Consultant, Training and Development Professional
“As a power user, I need quick and easy access to the functions I regularly perform. With the implementation of a ribbon and additional keyboard shortcuts in Adobe RoboHelp, many of my most common workflows are available with a single click. Additionally unlike other applications that mimic the old style menu item groupings, the Adobe RoboHelp ribbon tabs are organized to dramatically reduce mouse movement and clicks.” 
—Colum McAndrew, RoboColum(n) Consulting
"Less attention has to be paid to the end user's screen size or mobile deployment with new Responsive Layouts. The new release of Adobe RoboHelp also has a robust and innovative new Responsive Layout Customization Editor. I use the editor to make sure I follow our organization's design standards and branding graphics. There's also an easy way to include Social Media 'like' and 'follow' buttons.”
—John Daigle, Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Captivate Instructor, Evergreen Online Learning, LLC
“I have been testing the new features to integrate a policies and procedure manual in Adobe RoboHelp with SharePoint. The  integration works smoothly and allows for responsive design, meaning it resizes according to the device the user is reading on. Having this mobile view is very beneficial for users in countries with spotty Internet service because viewing content on phones is faster and easier, saving time and enabling users to be more productive.”
—Nancy Cattle, Independent Consultant, Training and Development Professional
"I work much faster using the task-oriented tabs in the colorful new ribbon interface in Adobe RoboHelp (2015 release). I can personalize the theme and create my own Quick Access Toolbar and have task commands at my fingertips. The tabs are grouped logically to make working more efficient. Contextual tabs also make working on tables much easier."
—John Daigle, Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Captivate Instructor, Evergreen Online Learning, LLC 
“The snappy new Adobe RoboHelp layout will increase the use of our online help by our customers, and improve our customers’ experience.”
—Alexandra Duffy, Lead Technical Writer, Nemetschek Vectorworks
“New features in Adobe RoboHelp such as filtering allow users to find information more quickly and according to their needs, saving the author from having multiple versions of the project or multiple books. This speeds up generating the output as well. Adobe RoboHelp works great for both technical writers and non-professional writers since the interface is similar to Microsoft Word, which  makes it easy to use.”
—Nancy Cattle, Independent Consultant, Training and Development Professional
“Managing large and increasingly interactive documentation sets present a challenge for large technical writing teams. They need source file access quickly without treading on the work of other team members. By using a combination of a source control application and multiple Adobe FrameMaker books linked to merged Adobe RoboHelp projects, we have ensured the team has the required resources with the least possible hassle.” 
—Colum McAndrew, RoboColum(n) Consulting