Drag and drop on 2 different drop zones - not allowing wrong item to be dropped on wrong drop zone

I have followed a tutorial I found on this forum and was able to create a simple drag and drop quiz using freeform pick one quiz slide (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07aWCa6T5pc&feature=youtu.be). 

There are 9 text boxes and a TRUE and FALSE drop zone. The user drags the text to either one of the boxes. I have this working BUT I have run into an issue where it only allowing the user to drop the correct text box on the correct drop zone - it wont let them drop the text into the wrong text box which is pointless as far as testing goes. 

I wonder if someone would have a moment to look over this simple quiz slide and let me know if there is something I am missing so the text boxes can be dropped on either of the drop zones.

 

 

 

10 Replies
Jerry Beaucaire

Glad to help.

But to be fair, people do come up with ideas for an interaction/question that doesn't fit into one of the main types.  In that situation, your workaround is the way to go. 

You can create any sort of onscreen experience you want on top of a TRUE/FALSE or MC question (like you did) and then set the underlying question to "correct" with triggers of your own design that occur right before the submit event.   ;)

Oluwafeyisetan Adebiyi

Hi, I have followed all the steps in the previous threads about being able to drop one object on several targets that may be correct without success as the feedback is always incorrect even when I have answered the quiz correctly. I wonder if you would have a moment to look over my quiz slide and let me know if there is something I am missing so the text boxes can be dropped on any of the correct drop zones in order to give me the correct feedback once completed?