Specific right / wrong feedback on pick-many example

Sep 01, 2014

I'm working on a pick-many example in which after submit, if the answer is incorrect, I would like to show which answers were chosen correct and which were not. For example I've attached a simple example of "find odd numbers". If a user picks say 1, 2 and 5 (instead of 1, 3 and 5), after submit interaction I would like to show that 1 and 5 were correct where was 2 was incorrect. The user will then get another shot at picking the correct answer.

The built-in feedback is only at overall incorrect and correct level but not at the individual user selection level.

If I use triggers and create it from scratch with variables and states I know I can do it. But I was wondering if it's possible to do it as part of the built in pick-many interaction.

4 Replies
Emily Ruby

Hello Pushkar and welcome to Heroes.

What you are going to have to do is add several triggers to the "check" to show a different layer for each of the responses and how you want to feedback to be worded.

I have attached a copy of your file with a layer set up with the correct trigger/variable for the selection of 1,2 and 5.

Please let us know if you need anything else!

Pushkar Damle

Thanks Emily for your response and the example. I knew it could be done with triggers but I was wondering if there's a built in simpler way as part of the "pick-many" interaction. 

Your example works but that requires creating a large number of layers and triggers to cover for all permutations and combinations. What I did was something else. I created a layer with right and wrong answers marked and changed their states depending on the user selection. Find it attached.

Any suggestions and thoughts are welcome.

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