Results variables for course with several sub-quizzes

We have several contracted staff who are unable to access our LMS due to firewall issues. I have created an account at SCORM Cloud for this population. SCORM Cloud charges by registration (one registration = one learner accessing one course), so in order to cut back on fees, I have merged several of our onboarding courses into one "Master Course."

When I imported the Storyline files into the Master, several of the quiz result variables were changed and had to be re-set. As I was going through this process, I discovered that several quizzes had the same result variable listed on the result slide. Because these variables were built-in when the quiz was originally created, I did not consider renaming them (my bad).

My question now is, is there a way to determine which result variables are associated with each quiz? I've tried looking at the question slides, but there is no indication as to how each answer affects each result variable.

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Eric

3 Replies
Leslie McKerchie

Hi Eric,

Thanks for reaching out and sharing what you are running into with your current project.

Have you taken a look at deleting and re-adding your Result Slides?

This would allow Storyline to add those default variables for each one in the project as expected.

If you'd like to work directly our team on this, then with your permission, I'd like you to share your project file with our support engineers to investigate what's happening. You can share it privately by uploading it here. It will be deleted when troubleshooting is complete.

Ren Gomez

Hi Eric,

Since the results variables are tied to the results slides, there isn't a way to view the variables through the questions slides. But you can check out your variables window from the Triggers panel to see where each variable is referenced.

You can click on the "Use Count" numbers to see where that variable is being used.  Once you know the Results slide, you can then also find out which questions are tracked with that variable.