We are often asked this question when we teach the quizzing portion of Storyline 360. Selecting the answer and then asking the user to hit submit feels awkward for some designers. In this quick blog entry, we are going to show you a simple way that you submit an answer by simply clicking the choice. Disclaimer: (usually read fast at the end of a commercial – don’t worry – no harmful side effects like constipation or rashes) Before we show you how we probably need to tell you why this
Best of 2018
As 2018 comes to a close, we reflect back on all of the wonderful things that happened this year. Yukon Learning celebrated its 10-year anniversary and Articulate came out with some amazing updates. We’re going to celebrate those accomplishments by highlighting some of our student’s favorites: Rise: Block templates Sidebar search Labeled graphic blocks Interactive sorting activity Process blocks Timeline blocks Shortcut bar Storyline: Modern text Course completion trigger Modern player Conditional seekbar As we here at Yukon Learning close 2018 and our 10-year celebration, we would like to share a
How Do You Get an Item to Disappear After the Learner Clicks?
State changes are sometimes overlooked by many new users in Storyline, mainly because they are apprehensive about how they can be used. A question was asked in one of my recent courses about how one might get buttons or other items to disappear when they were clicked. A specific use case might be if you are using a button to start the motion path of another object, but you do not want the button to distract the learner or be “in the way” of the object that is moving, or
How Can I Create a Spotlight on a Slide to Highlight Some Information?
A great question surfaced in a training class a couple of weeks ago – “How can I create a spotlight on a slide to highlight some information?” Storyline has some great ways for you to highlight information: Zoom Region, Zoom Picture, creative animations, markers, and state changes; just to name a few. There is a cool spotlight annotation in Studio 360, but there is not a built-in spotlight widget in Storyline. So, let’s show you one way you may accomplish this in Storyline. Step 1 Find or create a slide
How Do I Change the Scene Numbers in My Storyline 360 Project?
NEW! As of August 2022, an Articulate-360-exclusive feature is now the most streamlined way to reorder scenes in Storyline 360. Learn how here! Developers using Storyline 3, however, read on and follow the steps listed below. In a previous blog entry, we addressed this and many other things to consider as you create your course. But this question comes up again, and again, so I wanted to revisit it, and provide you with yet another reason why it can be important. I like order rather than chaos. I like straight