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Downloading Learning Content from My Multiverse

How to download content from My Multiverse to enable offline learning and note-taking

Updated over a week ago


This article serves as a comprehensive guide for apprentices using the My Multiverse learning platform. It outlines how to access and download content for offline use, ensuring continuous learning irrespective of internet connectivity or digital devices.

How to Access and Download Content for Offline Viewing

Select the Desired Content

  • Step 1: Log into the My Multiverse platform.

  • Step 2: Navigate and select the module or page you wish to access offline. For the purpose of this guide, let's assume the chosen module is AI, Agents, and Machine Learning.


Prepare the Content Page

  • Step 1: Once on the chosen content page, ensure to expand all transcripts and dropdown menus. This step is crucial as it allows you to access video transcripts, glossaries, and detailed descriptions offline.


Download the Content

For Google Chrome

  1. Click the vertical dotted line icon in the top right corner of the browser.

  2. Select 'Print' from the dropdown menu.

  3. In the print settings:

    1. Choose 'Save as PDF' under the Destination menu.

    2. Set the Layout to 'Landscape'.

    3. From 'More Settings', adjust:

      • Paper Size to 'A2' or larger, which provides ample white space for note-taking.

      • Ensure 'Background graphics' are selected.

      • For printing purposes, adjust the scale to 60% to include additional white space on an A4 printout.

  4. Click 'Save', and the file will download into your downloads folder.

For Microsoft Edge

  1. Click the horizontal dotted line icon in the top right corner.

  2. Select 'Print'.

  3. Follow similar settings as in Chrome:

  4. Set the Destination to 'Save as PDF'.

    • Choose 'Landscape' as the Layout.

    • Adjust 'Paper Size' and 'Background graphics' under More Settings.

    • For later printing: Scale at 60% to manage white space.

  5. Click 'Save' to complete the download of the PDF file.

For Safari

  1. Go to 'File' in the top left toolbar.

  2. Choose 'Export as PDF'.

  3. Name your file and choose the save location.

  4. Confirm by clicking 'Save'.

Frequently Asked Questions

What settings are optimal for saving content as a PDF for note-taking?

Use the following settings:

  • Destination: Save as PDF

    • Layout: Landscape

    • Paper Size: A2 or larger

    • Background Graphics: Ensure this option is ticked

    • Scale: 60% if you plan to print, to allow sufficient white space.

Can I access my downloaded files on different devices?

  • Yes, once downloaded, the PDF files are stored in your downloads folder and can be transferred to and accessed on different devices compatible with PDF format.

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