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Reduce the real estate that the itslearning tab bars use up

When opening an embedded resource in itslearning, the itslearning tab bars and frame take up a lot of screen space that make viewing the live embed difficult, even useless. If there were a way to collapse the space of the frame and tab bars, so that more space could be used for viewing embedded websites, pdfs, etc., this feature would be infinitely more useable.

  • Timothy Wilhelmus
  • Nov 14 2016
  • Future consideration
Country US
Category Access and navigation
  • Nov 17, 2016

    Admin Response

    Hi Timothy,

    Agree :-) The embedded content deserve more space. I’ve asked our UX team to look into it, but I can’t promise if and when it’s possible to make any change.

    How do you picture the best solution? A full screen feature? Or an optimization of todays UI?


    Update: 16/11-16

    Hi again,

    I’ll follow this up with our UX-team and see what we can do. Thanks again for caring enough to post this idea :-) 

    We'll add more space for file preview when we're making enhancements to the resource page. Can't promise when, but we'll see 2017 before we can begin.   


    Best regards

    Henning Gjellesvik

    Product Manager

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  • Timothy Wilhelmus commented
    November 15, 2016 14:53

    I would say that either solution would be an improvement. I think that the grey space below the menu bars could definitely be optimized generally. The ability to also hide the menu bars on demand would be an additionally nice feature.

  • Daniel Nuttall commented
    November 17, 2016 11:43

    I think just a revision of todays UI as if you can get rid of the breadcrumb and then put the options such as Downloads and Properties on the same line as the element title then you will free-up a good bit of space ;-)