adding multiple feedback pages using triggers
Hi, to start with, I was reading this post.
"I was wondering if there is a way to have learners complete an essay-style question, submit the essay, and then compare their answer with an annotated, model answer on the same slide? I’ve been playing around with slide layers to try and make this happen, but whenever I click on the ‘submit’ button it moves on to the next slide, instead of showing the layer with the annotated feedback."
you answered with this,
"You could certainly do something like this :) You'd want to use triggers to show the layer when the learner clicks on "Submit".
From there, you can use variables to display the learner's response and your model answer.
Now, you may already have something like this set up, but without a little more detail, I'm not sure. If you have triggers already assigned to the "Submit" button, you'll want to make sure that the trigger you want to fire first is on top. If you still have the trigger tied to jump to the next slide, in addition to a layer trigger, you'll want to either add a condition or instead, have a custom button trigger from the feedback layer."
my next question is
is there a way of doing this and 'randomizing' the layers on the trigger?
as in, if I had 10 model answers could I randomise 5 triggered layers with 2 answers each?
so the model answers appear to be constantly changing or are constantly being updated on every attempt?
I hope this makes sense :)