Using the Likert Scale quiz in Storyline or creating one from scratch!
(I do apologise in advance for the in depth explanation of my problem. I have done this to give you a bit more context as to what I need to achieve. I know this topic has been discussed before, but I can't seem to find a solution that suits me. Also, I'm sure everyone has come across or done one of those self assessment surveys before. I do explain what I am hoping to achieve with this, but it's just to add more context to my problem.)
So as the heading says, I am trying to create a self assessment survey in storyline using the Likert scale approach. I have had a look at the Likert Scale quiz in storyline and it is exactly the kind of thing I need to create, but I can't seem to have it generate the type of feedback I need.
I have tried to do this by creating a pick one freeform slide utilizing button sets to simulate what the Likert scale quiz does automatically. The Pick one option is perfect as I can add a score to each radio button. I done this in the hope that when the learner selects an option per question, their score would be pulled from the radio buttons that would be valued from 1 through 5 and would give them feedback with regards to the score they received. In the end, if their score were 37, the associated score layer (with a range of 31 to 40) would show giving the learner feedback on their score.
The problem I am having is that because it is a Pick one question, I can only select one correct answer in the form view, and when I try to create the same thing using a Pick many form, I cannot add a value to each of the radio buttons. I am doing this to try to pull the value assigned to each radio button to be used to calculate the final score.
I know I could probably do this on separate slides, but traditionally these kinds of surveys/questionaires are done on one "page".
Is there a way to make the auto generated Likert scale in Storyline 2 do this? Can I add values to those radio buttons or do they have values assigned to them already?
Or is there a way to create this result using a freeform slide? I have seen some of the videos that were posted with regards to this topic but I cannot find a solution that I need just yet.
Thank you for any help or guidance you can give me.