Can I go right to a review screen without a results slide

Hi There,

I am creating a course where the client wants the user to attempt to answer a question twice and if wrong then show the correct answer.  I can see how I could insert a results slide and a button where they click "Review" to see the correct answer.  My wish is that I could click the "More" button on the incorrect answer field and have that link directly to the results, but it only gives options of having it link to my other slides, not the review for their incorrect question.

Is there a way to do that?

Thanks!

Jordan

5 Replies
Adrian Dean

Hi Jordan,

What "More" button on the incorrect feedback layer are you talking about? Are you talking about the built-in button. You can have that go to your Results slide where they can click the review button and see their answer and whether they got it right or not.

Are you wanting them to review after each question or after they finish all the questions?

Always Happy to Help,

Adrian

Kay Rupp

I've got the same issue. My client doesn't want a Results page. They don't care if they pass or fail nor do they want a percentage. We do want questions and feedback, but without the Results page, the feedback doesn't show up when we click Submit. Should it NOT be a Submit button, but rather a HotSpot that displays their feedback? If so, how will the HotSpot tell whether it is a correct or incorrect answer?

Brian Allen

Kay Rupp said:

I've got the same issue. My client doesn't want a Results page. They don't care if they pass or fail nor do they want a percentage. We do want questions and feedback, but without the Results page, the feedback doesn't show up when we click Submit. Should it NOT be a Submit button, but rather a HotSpot that displays their feedback? If so, how will the HotSpot tell whether it is a correct or incorrect answer?


Because everything is customizable in Storyline, you can customize everything from the Results page to the Submit button.  We sometimes use the Results page as the next slide of information, or something like "you are now finished with this course", etc.  Similarly you can relabel the submit button to read anything you want.

You can also create a custom button or hotspot and set it to submit your results, or set the button/hotspot to show a layer with feedback, etc.  Not quite sure what you're trying to do, but there are a ton of possibilities!

hope this helps

Caitlin McKeown

I see this is an old thread, however I am having a similar issue too. I don't need or want a review slide, I just want them to be able to see what answers they got right/wrong. Essentially, I want the functionality of the "review quiz" and "retry quiz" buttons that appear on the review slide, without the learner having to actually visit the results slide first. I tried copying and pasting those buttons onto my feedback layers; the reset trigger for the "retry quiz" works great, but the "review quiz" button just wants to jump to the review slide, and then from there jump back to the quiz and show the answers. 

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Caitlin,

The results slide has to exist in terms of the submission triggers and the functionality of those buttons, especially the review as that is how the user is being directed back to view the questions in "review" mode and not reattempting them - but you can design it however you'd like it to appear. So you could remove all references to the score and the buttons if you'd like. You could then set the timeline to a very short amount and include the triggers associated with the button for review, to execute when the timeline ends. Just ensure your trigger to submit the results appears at the start of the timeline.