Single-Slide Survey with 2 Trackable Quizzing Variables
Apr 10, 2014
Situation: Using Storyline, I'm trying to put together a survey that allows two different likert style questions to be used on a single slide (or the appearance of a single slide), while also tracking and reporting results.
For example, on a single slide, I'd like to have respondents be able to:
- Read a statement; a description of a job activity in this case,
- Use a five point likert scale (or equivalent) for a respondent to rate the frequency that they perform this specific activity, and then
- Use a second five point likert scale to allow the respondent to rate their level of skill in performing that same job activity.
Comments: So far, I've tried a variety of different configurations and techniques without any success. It appears that "Quizzing" functionality, whether graded or survey, is limited to a single slide (i.e., one slide, one likert scale); Is this the case, or might there be a workaround that I'm not thinking about? Maybe having to do with layers, lightboxs, etc.??? I'm a new user, so there may be an obvious solution right in front of me that I'm just not seeing.
I'm trying to minimize the number of times a survey respondent has to interact (i.e., next or a button) to advance the survey, and also ensure that they only have to read a line item question (the activity itself) one time only.
I've got a couple of ideas to still try out, but if anyone can help it would truly be appreciated. If this can't be done, I'd much rather find out sooner than later.