Tip of the Week: Helpful HotSpots

by Abby @ Quaver on December 15, 2015

in At Quaver HQ

Each Tuesday, we bring you a Tip of the Week to make using your Quaver resources easier than ever!

Click Play to listen to our Tip of the Week jingle! (Email readers, click-through to listen to the Tip of the Week Tune)

Today’s Tip is for users of QuaverMusic.com!  

Looking for more help with our Quaver Creatives?

The scenario: one of your students is in the middle of creating their QGrooves masterpiece, when they forget what Quaver said in his introduction about adding new tracks. No worries, like Quaver says, “help is just one click away!”

In the HELP tab, users will find HOTSPOTS – a handy tool that breaks down the creative and what each function does. Let’s see how this tool helps you create a song in QGrooves!

Using HOTSPOTS in Quaver Creatives: 

1) Choose any Quaver Creative

After signing into your QuaverMusic.com account, go into Quaver’s Music Shop and head to the Studio. Choose from any of our Quaver Creatives – QBackBeat, QComposer, QStrum, and QGrooves.

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2) Click on the HELP tab

After you’ve opened the Quaver Creative, click on the HELP tab located at the bottom of the screen.

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3) Choose the HOTSPOTS icon

The HOTSPOTS button helps navigate you through all parts of the creative and what each function does.

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4) Click on a specific function

Once you’ve chosen which function you would like more help with, click on that highlighted area and a demonstration will walk you through – like a real-time Tip of the Week!

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After exploring and learning all about the functions in a Quaver Creative, click EXIT HOTSPOTS in the upper left-hand corner to return to your project.

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Imagine all the ways this tool might help you guide your students through QuaverMusic.com. Give it a try next time you and your students visit the site!


Did HotSpots help you discover something new in any of our Creatives?

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