One of the things I like most about the Freeform Pick Many type of question
is how flexible it is. It works much like a multiple-response question, only
instead of using just text as your answer choices, you can use just about any
kind of object — a picture, character, shape, caption, button, or screenshot.
When you add in the power of variables, it seems like the number of options for
using a Freeform Pick Many question is virtually limitless.
In this forum conversation, Amy Stewart asked if it was possible in Storyline to limit the number of choices a learner can make. The answer is yes and this tutorial shows you one way that can be done.
If you'd like to take a look, you can view the demo or download the .story file.
How are you using Storyline Pick Many questions? Head over to the Storyline forum and share your tips, tricks, and samples with the rest of the community! Or, if you have a project where you think a Freeform Pick Many question might be useful but you're not sure how to incorporate them, post your questions in the Storyline forum and let the community help you out!