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How to Create a Scenario
Step by step guide to create a Scenario in the Rehearsal platform.
April 06, 2022
Video Guide: Step by Step
Written Guide: Step by Step
Step 1: Scenario Tab
Begin by clicking on the Scenario tab.
Step 2: Create Scenario
Click on Create New Scenario.
Step 3: Scenario Title
Title the Scenario by double-clicking in the text area. Save your changes by hitting 'Enter' on your keyboard.
Step 4: Record or Upload
Choose to either Record or Upload a Scenario into the Scenario editor.
Step 5: Scenario Type
Select the type of Scenario you would like it to be by using the drop-down menu. It always defaults to the most common Scenario type, which is Audio and Video Scenario.
Step 6: Additional Options - Presentation or Hotseat Scenario
To make it a Presentation Scenario, or Hotseat Scenario use the options below the Scenario type drop-down menu.
Step 7: Text Description
Add text instructions, if you wish.
Step 8: Attachments
Add attachments, if you wish. Most common document types are accepted.
Step 9: Criteria
Create the Criteria by clicking on Add Criteria, or double-clicking the title of the auto-populated option to edit.
Step 10: Publish
When finished, scroll to the top and click Publish.
Step 11: Modifying after Publishing
To make any changes or edit the Scenario, click Un-publish. When finished, click Publish again.