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Benny Kurniawan

Thank you, Michael. I did found couple things in the forum. One of them is this tutorial 

What I am trying to accomplish is the same, but without the submit button. It will wait till the end of the slide to check if the user has picked a choice or not. If not then let the user know and move on to the next slide. If yes, then show the user either his choice is right or wrong. Any suggestions?

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Benny,

I have a question: if you're not going to use the submit button, does that mean this won't be a quiz? Because if not, and you can avoid the submit button, you'd be eliminating the "invalid answer" layer altogether, and you could just set things up with a "regular" slide, slide layers, and the next button.

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Benny,

This is very rough, and it only has 2 T/F questions, but it may get you started.

For each quiz slide:

  • There is NO submit button
  • The answer is automatically submitted when the timeline ends.
  • The timeline for the base layer is 4 seconds.
  • There is a "skip" layer. (I placed a shape on the layer just as a notation...it doesn't do anything).
  • Learner has 4 seconds to click either T/or F and when the 4 seconds is up the answer is automatically submitted.
  • There's an additional trigger, above the submit trigger in the trigger panel,  that is set to show the skip layer when the timeline for the quiz ends IF the T option button is not selected OR the F option button is not selected
  • The skip layer is only 1 second long and is set to jump to the next slide when the timeline starts

It seems to be working correctly in terms of calculating on the results slide.

Let us know if that gets you started...and what else needs to happen!

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Benny,

Totally agree, and a LOT of people (including me) have requested that this be turned into a layer, like correct and incorrect.

If you haven't already, please add your voice. The more of us that want this, the more likely Articulate are to provide it. But they won't know if we don't vote!