Welcome to the In Editor Tutorials discussion forum. You can use this forum to ask for help, share feedback, and have discussions about the In Editor Tutorials packages. Introduction The In-Editor Tutorials (IET) packages (Tutorial Framework and Tutorial Authoring Tools) makes it possible to create and run interactive in-Editor tutorials for a wide range of Editor use cases. For example it can be used in teaching environments where a tutor can easily create sample projects with accompanying instructions and tasks for students. It is also useful in large collaborative projects where project information and specific tools can be explained to new contributors. Another use case would be to include tutorials with custom tools that are shared with other people. Resources For more information, please have a look at... Package Release Thread Framework Documentation Authoring Tools Documentation Requirements The minimum required Unity version is 2019.4 LTS Getting started Download Unity 2019.4 LTS or newer through the Hub. Open your project in Unity Follow the instructions in the "Installation" section of the IET package's manual If you also intend to create tutorials, follow the instructions in the "Installation" section of the IET Authoring package's manual Current state As of v2.0.0, the packages are verified and actively supported for all LTS versions of the Unity Editor What's next Our current goal is to increase the utilisation of the Tutorial framework in both internal and external projects. We have a few new features in our backlog that we are going to add. In addition to this we are also looking to gather user feedback and add features based on requests. How to provide feedback In terms of feedback, we're especially looking for: Can you think of any use cases that are not covered yet? Are there any workflows that are unclear or missing? Is there anything that is unclear or that you don’t understand? Are there any issues or unclear parts in the documentation? Please share your feedback in this forum. How to report bugs Ideally we'd like any bugs reported through the built in bug reporter tool, as that will automatically provide us with some relevant context. When reporting bugs, please: Attach a (stripped) project when there are issues with X. Attach X files when there are issues with X. Have a look at this page for more information and best practices around bug reporting. Once you have submitted a bug report through the bug reporter, please feel free to start a discussion about it in this forum. Thank you for your interest, we're looking forward to your feedback!