Quick way to control course navigation?
I am a new Storyline user working on a course on Consumer Protection Laws and Regulations that I’ve converted from PowerPoint. It’s over 100 slides and can’t be broken up into separate courses. I’m inserting questions (including drag and drop interactions with pictures) to spice it up a bit, but at this point it necessarily has to remain a very basic and linear “page turner” course.
There’s a lot of content and I want to make sure people have time to read it before proceeding, so I have set it up to move to a certain slide (either the next slide or a question slide) when the user clicks the Next button. I have also restricted the menu navigation in the player to ensure they move in order through the course and the knowledge checks for each section.
When I preview the entire project, I can click rapidly through all the slides without even having all the animated bullets play out. This is great for me, as a developer, but naturally I don’t want users to do this. Short of customizing the timeline for every slide, is there a quick trick for setting up the course to ensure users view an entire slide before proceeding to the next one? (I took a look at the trigger conditions, but let’s just say you lost me at Hello!)