Review question in Storyline

Hi All,

I am working on Review questions. Each section of the Review question will have 3 questions under it in storyline. How can I design a way that all 3 questions fall under one click of a button in the Menu. I have attached an example of the how I would ideally want it. Please see the image labeled as "Review". Also, I have attached the screen shot of my course. Currently, 3 Multiple choice questions show up one after another. Thanks in advance for your help.

-Manisha

3 Replies
Daniel King

Hi Judy - Thanks for taking the time to answer my question. Just to clarify,  I am looking to thrash anything. I want to "Merge" the three MCQ slides together so that all 3 Knowledge check question can be made available under one slide and one a click of a button.  I hope I can find a way to do it. It's my first time so I am having some trouble.

Judy Nollet

If you want the user to answer 3 separate graded questions, those questions need to be on 3 separate slides.

Typically, a user reaches a Knowledge Check by clicking the Next button to get through the related content. If the player-level Menu is showing all of the slides in the course (which is the default setting), the user can click on any question slide (as shown on the left of the inserted image). 

What I am suggesting is to remove the question slides from the Menu. That doesn't remove the slides; it merely means the user can't reach the slides via clicking the Menu (as shown on the right of the inserted image). 

In my example, the scene includes a slide to introduce the Knowledge Check. And I kept that slide in the Menu. Thus, a user could click the Knowledge Check slide in the Menu to access the questions.

  • They would, of course, still have to click the Next button to access the first question. And then they'd have to Submit each question and continue to the next one. 
  • A Knowledge Check introduction slide isn't necessary. Question 1 could stay in the Menu, so clicking that item in the Menu would immediately access the first question (though I'd rename it to ensure users don't think there's just one question). A user would still have to go through the standard steps to answer all 3 questions.

I don't know if that will solve your problem, but I hope it clarifies what I was trying to say.