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Maria Costa-Stienstra

Hello, Benny.

Thank you for reaching out! 

How would you classify "viewing" in this case? If actions are happening in a slide (audio, video, animation, etc.), Math's suggestion above will work. You could hide/disable the next button until the end of the timeline (but I hope it won't be 30 mins!), so the learner would be forced to watch everything.

The other suggestion would be to require the user to perform an action to prove they viewed it. It can be a trigger on a button or a checkmark before they can move to the next slide.

Let me know if this works!

Benny Kurniawan

I apologize for the confusion. Our SME want to force the learner to view the slide entirety without skipping it, but fortunately we are able to get the SME off that idea.

But I do curious if we do want to force learners to go through slides (says - for regulations purposes). Is there a "universal" way to disable the next button? The only way I can think of is to create a slide layout in the Master layout that have trigger that disabled the Next button and enabled it at the end of timeline. Even with that, it has its own challenge because if learner hit back button to go back to previous slide, it will force the learner to view the slide again without able to click on the next button. We do can use a variable to track but that means we need as many variables as the slides. Looking forward to hear any suggestions.