Changing State of 'Next' Button When All Scenes Have Been Visited
I have a slide titled Keys to Performance Management. It has five chevrons on it with each chevron being one of the keys to performance management. When the user clicks on a chevron it takes them to the relevant content which I’ve set up as a scene i.e. the content for each key is its own scene. When the user has completed the relevant scene, it takes them back to the Keys to Performance Management slide and changes the state of the key they’ve worked through to visited. Then they can select the next one.
When the user has completed all five scenes and is returned to the Keys to Performance Management slide , I want the ‘next’ button to appear (I’ve put in my own navigation for this project) with it taking them to the final scene.
My question is: how do I set up the next button to appear once the last slide in each scene has been visited i.e. all scenes must be visited in order for the next button to appear and then I will add a trigger to take them to the final scene.
I have uploaded a mock-up of the Keys to Performance Management slide only to show the chevron slide concept, but cannot upload the rest of the project for confidentiality reasons.
This is my first project, so any help appreciated.