14 Replies
Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Manoj,

The review functionality will include the built in prev/next buttons by default, and they'll jump to the next slide in succession but you could add a trigger to the next button (on the slide itself) that directs the final question slide to go to Slide X either based a particular condition or when the user clicks the slide (assuming they've previously used the "submit" button to navigate away from the quiz slides). 

Kim Mason

"...how do I get to the review slide and add the trigger to the next button?"

In Storyline2 - I turn off the Slide Navigation buttons for Prev/Next & Submit. I create my own custom Submit button on Quiz slides, and create custom Prev/Next buttons for the results review: by placing the Prev/Next buttons on a Review layer (create a layer if required) the Prev/Next buttons will not display when the user takes the Quiz/Test.

 

 

 

avi sehmbi

Hi, I have read through this and cannot seem to find a response that works for me.  i do not get next/previous buttons showing when I review my quiz?  I have turned them off to create a cleaner look and feel, but they do not come back for the quiz review, which means users cannot move forward.

Leslie - I have looked at your above screenshot and I am unsure how this will help to add in my next/previous buttons?

Thank you

David Tappenden

Just to jump on the back of this discussion... is it possible to hide the default Next/Prev buttons that appear on the custom review slide?

I have attempted to apply a trigger on the slide to hide them (although they are already unticked on the slide) but they always appear. I am wanting to have a custom button appear on the slide rather than have those default buttons appear.

Leslie McKerchie

Hi David,

When learners review a quiz (or revisit question slides they've already submitted), they'll see Articulate Storyline's built-in Prev and Next buttons in the lower right corner of the player—even if you've disabled them throughout your course. These navigation buttons are necessary for learners to review quiz slides.

Lauren Connelly

Hi Pedro!

Are you using custom next, previous, and submit buttons? If so, I'd recommend using the Hidden state rather than Disabled.

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