Adding non quiz slides into the result slide

Oct 09, 2015

Hi folks, Is it possible to customise the result slide in a way that would enable me to pull in the results from 2 question slides AND one regular slide with a question on it? So far I have the 2 questions slides...

Thanks in advance.

5 Replies
Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Mazz,

I'm not sure I fully understand the question here - but a results slide can track a plethora of quiz questions. As for a regular slide - did you use a Storyline quiz question for it, or just your own radio buttons? If it's not a quiz slide, there isn't much to track in terms of reporting to a results slide. Perhaps if you're looking to do something more customized on that slide you could look at the freeform options like the pick one?  The answers and how a user answers(score) can be tracked on those as well. 

Marina Grinberg

Hi Ashley, I used 2 storyline quiz slides and a slide with triggers and layers for questions. So I guess my options are to either create my own results slide with my own logic - gathering values from quiz and non quiz slides or to transform my one regular slide to freeform - however that one slide has 3 questions on 3 layers. As far as I can tell.... the Form view does not pick up any objects on slide layers... ? I'm not sure how I can add SCORM tracking/result slide to this type of question... I've attached it so you can see. Thanks again

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

HI Mazz, 

Yes, our results slide won't be able to read from the layers, nor can question slides have answers on layers - it would need to be standard quiz/question slides that track a score and report to a results slide. It's also worth noting that the results slide variables are not accessible within storyline so you won't be able to change their value with triggers based on how a user answers on a custom slide. 

I think you'd need to recreate this slide as multiple questions. Likely not the answer you're looking for - but perhaps someone in the community will be able to chime in as well!  

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