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Christine Hendrickson

HI Marielle,

If I'm understanding the flow correctly, you should be able to link to the second slide after the user has finished the questions on the Multiple Choice slide(s). 

You could either add a "Jump to" trigger to the "Submit" button, or if you're providing feedback on that question, you can tied it o the "Continue" button for the "Incorrect" or "Correct" feedback prompts. If you have multiple question slides, you'd want to set this up on the last question slide and have it "Jump to" the second slide (#2) when user clicks either the "Submit" or "Continue" buttons.

Would this work for you?

If you have any questions, let me know!

Thanks!

marielle paul-fortin

It's not the good solution :-(

I have a slide (1.16) with 3 hotspots (character).

When the user clics on one of the hotspots, a new slide (mutiple choice) appears (1.17, 1.18, 1.19) and after that, he return to de first slide (1.16)

My goal is simple: I want the user to answer the three questions and, after that, a new slide (1.19) will appear.

But the user can click on the hotspot in any order they want.

How can I program that?

Christine Hendrickson

Hi Marielle,

Thanks for getting back to me. I apologize for misunderstanding what you were wanting to do. I think I have a better idea now with the information you shared :)

So, you don't want to give the option for 1.19 until the first three sections (1.17, 1.18 and 1.20) have been visited and completed, correct? You should be able to do this with a variable, some triggers and conditions.

However, can you give me a little more information on how you'd like 1.19 to "unlock" for the users? Are you wanting another hotspot to come into play, or do you want the slide to simply jump to 1.19, or?

Thanks!

marielle paul-fortin

 

1.16 : The users can click on 3 differents hotspots characters in any order he wanted. Each of the hotspots open a new slide (1.17, 1.18, 1.20) and each one contain a question to be answered. Once answered the users is redirect back to the 1.16 slide to choose the 2 others characters.

1.17 : Contain a question

1.18 : Contain a question

1.20 : Contain a question

1.19 : This slide is only available when all of the 3 questions the slides explain above are answered. So basically, this slide is conditional.

Christine Hendrickson

Hi there Marielle,

Sorry for the delay!

Thanks for the additional information. I put together a short example of how you can get this working with some conditions and a few True/False variables. 

Take a look:

Example for Marielle

I included the variable text on the main slide, so you can see when the variable changes. When those variables (which have been applied to the "Continue" buttons on the correct response layers for the questions) equal "True", the fourth and final section unlocks and can be accessed by clicking on that hotspot. The hotspot will not function unless all three sections have been viewed and completed. This way, the fourth will unlock as long as all sections are visited, but there's no specific order for the first three sections.

I hope this works for you :)

If you have any trouble with this or any questions, just let me know.

Thanks!