Stop Comparing Authoring Tool Features and Start Considering Development Approaches

A common practice in software buying is to compare exhaustive lists of features. Often, the tool with the most features wins, even if the features are functions the organization may never need. We’ve spoken before about moving away from feature comparisons when looking for a new learning management system and instead considering use cases and proof of concepts to determine which LMS/LXP is for you.

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