Customizing the Quiz Feedback Layers

Hi, All.

I am trying to customize the feedback layers on quiz slides-- I'd like to recolor the gray panel and, if possible, resize it.  When I select a feedback layer on a quiz slide and press F5, I can edit the text, but not the color or size of the panel. I have searched for help on this topic in the forums but got no hits.  I have seen videos that teach other topics that show a customized feedback panel, but I don't recall hearing how to do that.

If there is a link you can send to me, or some advice, I would appreciate it.

4 Replies
Richard Harshaw

Thanks, Ashley!

I found that link late  yesterday and was able to change the feedback master, no problem.

But now I have another question.  My client would like for me to shade the incorrect feedback a light red or pink, and the correct feedback light green. I was able to modify the feedback master for the pink shading and saved it as "incorrect", but the "correct" layer is the same color.

Is there a way to create TWO feedback colors so that the feedback is the right color based on the learner's response?  When I clicked on the  "correct" layer in the feedback master, I could not modify the rectangle or its shading. I could only do that for the first slide at the top of the feedback master tree.

Thanks for your help!

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Richard,

You'll need to duplicate the feedback master, and make changes to the top layer of each. I labeled one Correct and one Incorrect - and then went into my individual feedback layers to select which master to use. It's a bit more work that way, but each of the individual feedback master layers is based on the top one. 

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Nick,

Yes, they save within the project and as you said, if you need to transfer them into another Storyline project - copy/paste is viable option.  If you create a custom design theme and use that on your slide master, you can follow the directions in this tutorial to save that as a template that you'd be able to apply to new projects.