5 Replies
Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Martin,

If you choose to enable the "review" option from your results slide with the show incorrect/correct feedback there isn't a way to remove the banner and unfortunately it's not accessible to be modified. You may want to look at creating your own customized review slides. 

When learners review a quiz (or revisit question slides they've already submitted), they'll see Articulate Storyline's built-in Prev and Next buttons in the lower right corner of the player—even if you've disabled them throughout your course. These navigation buttons are necessary for learners to review quiz slides.

If you'd like to have an option to disable the Prev and Next buttons during quiz review so you can use your own custom navigation buttons, please let us know. We value your feedback.

Martin Talbot

Hello, Ashley

Thank you for your reply. Yes - it would be great to be able to remove
the Next and Prev Review buttons - they seem out of character if you use
your own navigation bar. The location of the Incorrect and Correct bars
is also intrusive at times.

I actually wanted to use the Review process for a drag and drop quiz
(although I reckon the approach could be applied to any type) - in
reality it's quite a complex one with two columns of - for example -
five drop areas; items appear one at a time; the first five items have
to be dragged to column one (and column 2 is shielded so as to make it
unavailable as a drop area). Once the first five items have been
dropped, the second column is made available and the next five items
have to be dropped there.

The problem is that any one misplaced item results in an overall
incorrect answer and I wanted the learner to be able to review what
they've done to remove some of the frustration around not knowing which
items had been correctly dropped and which ones incorrectly.

Anyway - to cut a long story short - I achieved it by taking complete
control of the review process myself. The inbuilt Review Results trigger
seems to take too much control over the process for what I wanted.

I've attached my .Story file if you're interested. I need to do a little
more QA, but I was thinking of writing something for the Heroes web
site, if you think it's something that is meaningful and of use to
others!

By the by, this is written in Storyline1, and I haven't paid much detail
to aesthetics in my example!

Thanks again for your reply. I am always hugely impressed by how
fantastic the community is.

Best wishes

Martin

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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Martin,

Thanks for sharing that idea here - and we're always happy to see new examples. It looks like you responded via email and as such the attachments aren't uploaded here to the forum page so you'd need to visit the page to add the .story file. Also replying via email includes your signature here, so you may want to edit the post to remove that information as well. 

In regards to your custom set up, we don't have partial scoring/correct answers in Storyline so setting up a custom method will need to be the route that you go. You can remove the correct/incorrect bars if you disable the built in review - so that may work as you're setting up your own custom review regardless. 

Hope to see your write up soon!