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Sam Carter

Michelle,

I don't understand what you are trying to do.  Storyline has "Fill in the Blank" quiz questions which will report the learner response to the LMS. Have you tried that option?  

If you use a custom variable for text entry, those values are retained via suspend_data and stored on the LMS, but they're not reported as a learner response.

Phil Mayor

Sam Clark said:

Michelle,

I don't understand what you are trying to do.  Storyline has "Fill in the Blank" quiz questions which will report the learner response to the LMS. Have you tried that option?  

If you use a custom variable for text entry, those values are retained via suspend_data and stored on the LMS, but they're not reported as a learner response.


Agree with Sam I would always use an interaction for storing data in the LMS it is much easier to report instead of using a variable.