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Peter Anderson

You know what, Mike? I never realized you could move that feedback box.

However, it seems to be by design so that the user can move it around, allowing them to see the entirety of the question they're receiving feedback for. I don't think there's any way to lock it down at this time. You're welcome to submit a feature request though, if you'd like. Thanks!

David Anderson

Hey Mike

I hear you and that makes a lot of sense.

One idea for you would be to use Quizmaker's blank slide to hold your question. When the user clicks "next" the question slide will display the choices. You'll need something in the question field so you can use directions like "Select the correct choice."

Downside: users can't go backwards in Quizmaker to review the blank slide.

Mike Law

Hi Peter:

I had thought about something like that but I'm sure learners will complain that they can't go back and review the question if they are unsure of the answer.

How about a timed auto-navigation feature?  We couldn't find one for use on the feedback screen. It appears to be only available if you do not use feedback then it will auto-navigate to the next question.  Are we correct in this assumption?

Thanks,

Mike.

Mike Law

Hi Dave and Peter:

Thank you for your ideas.  We've decided to use the branching option to blank slides.  We going to provide a blank slide hyperlink for correct feedback and a blank slide for incorrect feedback.  We will only show the question and the feedback on these slides (no answer choices).  Our only concern about this approach is will we lose randomization of the question sequence?

Thanks,

Mike.