Retrieve and Display Text when clicked on a text box or shape

How could i display text instantly on a blank field (e.g. shape - line) when clicked on a text box or shape ?

I have also provided a link to a video which shows how the interaction works in that cd-rom....

http://youtu.be/3L4hhibyspw

I want to replicate the same in storyline.

http://s3.amazonaws.com/tempshare-stage.storyline.articulate.com/stp18vkdoq06u441dq1161qfjj1e844/story.html

23 Replies
Joanna Kurpiewska

Hi Joydeep

I've redesigned this interaction a bit. There are hidden captions which change their state to visible when clicking different answer options.

Have a look at the attached example. The solution is built only for the first question but you can add similar triggers for two next question and all should work. Just give me a shout if you need any other help.

Abhishek Roy

thanks for ur help.. will check it.

but can i also show the right and wrong answers as soon as the user has submitted his/her answer?

u can check the states of options (out, from etc). i have created two states - one for right and one for incorrect answer.one with a blue tick mark and another with a red cross over it.

those states will be shown as feedback as per the user submission immediately after he has pressed the SUBMIT button.

the correct answrs will also be shown.is it possible?

Nicole Legault

Hey Joydeep!

Stumbled across your question here in the forums and it seemed like an interesting and fun challenge to try to recreate! I think Joanna has been super helpful and is on the right track!!

Here's a quick example I pulled together. You'll notice there's two examples actually, one shows the correct/incorrect feedback as soon as the learner makes a word selection, in the other example the learner must make a selection and click "Submit" button to see feedback.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have questions! Good luck

Abhishek Roy

How can i add 3 more things ?

1.) What if i click on the same button twice in succession.

For the first click the respective answer will be shown on the blank field but for the second click(on same button) the selected answer will be removed from the blank field.

The above interaction is shown in the video of 1st post.

2.) Say for example out of 5 questions on same slide, the user only attempts 3 questions but leaves other 2.After clicking submit button the attempted answers will be shown as right or wrong along with the unattempted questions as well.

It will show a green tick mark beside every right answer. (A choice is given to the user to skip some questions on a slide and to submit to check right or wrong answers immediately)

3.) The user has to attempt all the questions on that slide before clicking submit button after which the right answers are shown immediately. (User is forced to attempt all questions on the slide before clicking Submit button after which right answers are shown immediately)

Abhishek Roy

Nicole Legault said:

Hey Joydeep!

Stumbled across your question here in the forums and it seemed like an interesting and fun challenge to try to recreate! I think Joanna has been super helpful and is on the right track!!

Here's a quick example I pulled together. You'll notice there's two examples actually, one shows the correct/incorrect feedback as soon as the learner makes a word selection, in the other example the learner must make a selection and click "Submit" button to see feedback.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have questions! Good luck


Nicole Legault

Hi Joydeep!

Happy to help!

Unfortunately the video you linked to is marked as Private so I can't watch it.

With regards to your questions...

#1 I've toyed around with trying to make it so the second time you click on the item, the word disappears from the line. Unfortunately there's no super simple and straightforward way of doing this it requires a bit of extra coding which I'd have to play around with for a while longer to find a solution. I tried using a Hidden state but have been running into some issues so it's not as easy as it appears in this case. I'll keep trying, as I like a good challenge like this!

#2 You can indeed turn this slide into a Freeform pick one graded question. Simply go to the Insert tab on the ribbon and click the "Convert to Freeform" button. Then, a form editor will open up where you can set up the slide. Under the "Choices" column you'll select the three words (There, They're, Their) and in the "Correct" column just check off the correct answer. You might want to get rid of the Correct and Incorrect feedback layer because in this case the feedback appears as the states on the shapes with the words.

If you use the Freeform pick one graded question there can only be one question per slide, so that makes your other questions (#2 and #3) unnecessary. You'd have to put each question on it's own slide for it to be graded.

Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any additional questions!

Nicole

Nicole Legault

Hey Joydeep!

So glad you figured out a way to make the double-click work! Yay

You can certainly try the method illustrated by Jeanette in the how-to video you linked to about the pick on slide. Keep in mind, you would need to adjust how your slide functions, because as it stands now, the "correct" and "incorrect" states become visible when the Submit button is clicked. I believe you'll need to set up the slide so that the appropriate states trigger the new "Correct" button to be selected BEFORE the user clicks Submit, which is what submits the graded interaction.

Abhishek Roy

can i set up a graded question with free form type like my example or the video above and assign score for each option / answer ?

I think it provides a score if only all the answers are correct (because it depends on the correct / incorrect button ).

I want to assign score (say 1) for each right answer given in a slide.

Can it be done with numeric variables and then it will be shown in the final result slide (all the score for each correct answer will be added from all slides) ?

Nicole Legault

Hey Joydeep!

That's not a default functionality that is supported... it might be achievable using variables and triggers but it would require testing. I'd recommend trying it out, and uploading it to your LMS and testing it there.

Here's a few forum discussions that might be helpful:

Good luck!

Abhishek Roy

i'm facing one problem with the custom graded question slide i have created.If i click on the try again button (which will be shown only if user can't score more than 50%), the timer resumes from last saved state (when i have clicked submit button).

Say i have clicked submit button when timer was on 50 secs.Now if i click on try again button, the timer will resume from 48 secs (50 - 2 secs).

I want everything to reset to initial state if i click on try again.

http://s3.amazonaws.com/tempshare-stage.storyline.articulate.com/stp190ga7gv761l49410b41htae6u4/story.html