New in Storyline 360: 3 Exciting Quizzing Features
We just released three cool quiz features in Storyline 360. Now you have even more flexibility and control over the information reported to your LMS and how you assess your learners.
To make these new features easy to use, we made a few changes to the Storyline 360 interface. Here’s a quick rundown of each new quizzing feature and where you’ll find them in the app.
Expanded Quiz Tracking
Expanded Quiz Tracking makes it easier to track learner progress. Now, Storyline 360 keeps track of every quiz in your course, while only sending the results to your LMS for the quiz the learner actually completes.
To select a quiz type, insert a results slide and then click on the Result Tool, Design tab. Within this tab, you can click the Quiz Type button and choose from the three new quiz options—Pre-Check, Knowledge Check, and Final Assessment.
We’ve also added an LMS tracking button to the new Quiz Design tab. From here, you can specify which quiz reports results to your LMS—this is handy when you have one course with multiple learning paths and you want to report the results for only the quiz your learner completes.
Only Score Viewed Questions
With the Only Score Viewed Questions feature, you can create adaptive quizzes that allow learners to branch out to different questions based on their responses—and without negatively affecting their score.
When you’re designing your quiz, select the Only Score Viewed Questions checkbox in Quiz Settings, and your learners will only be graded on the questions they view.
Track Multiple Completion Criteria
You also have more flexibility around tracking course completion. In the Tracking Options tab, now you have multiple ways of triggering a course completion. You can mark the course complete as soon as learners view a certain number of slides, finish a quiz, or reach a completion trigger. If you choose more than one tracking option, whichever one the learner completes first will be reported to the LMS.
To learn more about how to use these new features in some creative ways, check out this article.
And to keep tabs on Storyline 360 features in the works, check out our What’s New, What’s Next page.