One of the great features of Storyline 360’s form-based quizzing is that it automatically allows the learner to review quiz questions they’ve answered with a direct comparison against the correct responses. This feature is cut and dry with form-based questions…but what if you’re utilizing freeform question slides? In today’s blog, we’re answering the “as-heard-in-training” question: “How can I show the correct answer when reviewing freeform questions?” We often develop question slides using the streamlined form-based approach, but so many of our clients also request the more custom freeform development from
Can I Change Default Quiz Question Feedback?
Do you find yourself going to each feedback box and making the same change for every question you write? Instead of the original “Correct” title with “That’s right! You selected the correct response,” you might say in its place, “Fantastic” and “Nice work, you just earned another star!” In today’s blog, we’ll uncover the fastest and most streamlined solution for updating feedback text. Several years ago, we wrote a blog article addressing a common question we receive on changing the way question feedback looks. In today’s blog, we want to
How Can We Submit Answers to Quiz Questions “On-Click,” Without a Submit Button?
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
How Can I Highlight Important Information when Users Review Content?
In a recent custom virtual training, a student asked for help in creating scenario-based courses in Storyline. When the scenario arrived to a point where the learner received a quiz question, they wanted the learner to not only be able to review content they had already seen, but to also highlight important information. The main consideration here was that they did not want the information highlighted on the original slide, only when being reviewed. While there are several ways one might accomplish this, one of the easiest ways is to
How Do I Create a Hotspot Question with More Than One Right Answer?
Day 2 of the Articulate Storyline 2 training starts with quizzing…in fact, a lot of Day 2 focuses on quizzing. From regular and free-form questions to question banks, branched scenarios, and even screen recording and simulation quizzing, we cover it all! In almost every class, when I show a hotspot type question, I’m asked, “Can I make a hotspot question have more than one correct answer?” Well, a hotspot question in itself cannot. However, never fear…the beauty of Storyline is that we get to think OUTSIDE the box! Take a