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Presented by Neil Perlin
Considering converting your help authoring tool (HAT) output to mobile but not sure what you’re getting into? Recent releases of HATs like Flare and RoboHelp can output to multiple channels such as ebooks, web apps, HTML5, even native apps. Mechanically, it’s surprisingly simple. It’s in the interface design and information design that things can get messy. Come to this session to learn about how. We’ll cover:
The types of mobile supported by HATs and how to define your mobile needs
Interface differences between online help and mobile
What help authoring tool features work, may work, and won’t work in mobile outputs
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