Want to make your e-Learning quizzes more interactive? Let’s dial things up and slide into how to use sliders and dials in Storyline 360 quizzing! The DevLearn conference is a great opportunity for us to connect with e-Learning industry peers. It’s also a chance to take our hands-on Articulate 360 training to a new locale! We recently had the opportunity to convert one of the questions we receive during our Storyline 360 training into a DevLearn conference session. We had a blast showcasing how to use sliders and dials in
How Can I Show the Correct Answer When Reviewing Freeform Questions?
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 Do I Change the Way the Correct/Incorrect Feedback Looks When I Build a Quiz Question?
I love teaching Storyline to folks, and I love teaching every session. However, if I had to pick a session that would be my favorite to teach, it would be when we focus on quiz questions. In Storyline, they’re so easy to build! (Although, remember to take the time to craft well-written questions in the first place!) The standard, “out of the box” quiz options are amazing! You get great states (how the objects look) and layers (for question feedback). But it’s inevitable…a question we get asked in almost every
Can I Require Learners to Provide an Explanation after a Specific Response?
When building survey questions in Storyline 2, the Likert question type is a popular option for gathering feedback from learners. After covering this question type in Storyline training, we can almost guarantee we’ll be asked this follow-up question: “Can I require learners to explain why they gave a low value on a Likert scale question?” Or, perhaps you want to gather those glowing review comments for a high rating. Or, find out why someone responded with a “No.” Due to the limitations of the form-based Likert scale question, we can’t