Storyline Quiz Review - Is the Incorrect/Correct message editable?

Just watched Jeannette's great screenr on creating customized Quiz Review slides. In addition to this customization, is there a way to move/edit the "Incorrect" and "Correct" text rectangle that appears at the bottom of each review slide? I don't think it was customizable in Studio Quizmaker, but maybe it is in Storyline? Thanks!

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Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Niels,

This checkmark can be turned off by:

  • Click the Edit Results Slide button (right pane)
  • Click Options in the left pane of the dialog box
  • Remove the checkmark from the "show correct/incorrect responses when reviewing"

Insert your custom checkmark on the question slide(s)

Set its initial state to hidden

Create a T/F variable and set the default to False. In the attached example, I named my variable revu

On the results slide, add a trigger to the "Review Quiz" button that changes the revu variable to True when the button is clicked

Be sure this trigger is ABOVE the "Review Results" trigger

On the Question slide(s), add a trigger to change the state of your custom checkmark to normal when the timeline starts if revu variable = True

Please shout out with any questions.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Frances,

During a quiz review the buttons do automatically appear, as the Storyline file is assuming that since it's a review there is no longer the "submit" button, and therefore the user needs some way to navigate the course. This is something our QA team is investigating, although I don't have any information to share at this time.

Also, there is no feature to remove the correct/incorrect bar on the quiz review. There is discussion at the top of this thread on how to customize the feedback layer to hide it under another shape though. 

ginny asher

I have hidden slide navigation buttons throughout my course, but when  I go to review the quiz material, I have added  a player trigger response- when I remove the slides from my project all works fine, but within the project the previous and next buttons do not appear in the review process.

What have I done wrong?

Here is the question slide

 

 It has my submit botton

But when I review the question- no slide navigation buttons apper in the project

 

 but if I cut and past the question slides and quiz review slides into a seperate articulate project the slide navigation buttons appear in the review

 I want these sldie navigation buttons to apper in my actual project and wonder what I've set wrong to cause this problem.

Any ideas?

Here are my slide trigger details for the project where the review slide navigation buttons don't appear(not working correctly)

 And the new project where it works fine

 any ideas?

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Ginny,

Looking at your second image, I don't see any player elements? If you've removed the space for the next/previous buttons by disabling them in addition to the volume, seekbar, etc. then there would be no space for the previous/next buttons to appear within the player - which is likely why they're showing up in your other version that you've imported into a new project. You may want to add custom next/previous button to your review layer if you don't want to use the built in player navigation. 

M. W.

I have disabled the previous and next buttons in addition to the volume/seekbar controls in order to use my own navigation throughout the course and quiz.   I've only allowed submission via a Submit button on the quiz base layer, not allowing them to jump between questions. To allow them to navigate freely during review of the quiz (only on successfully passing the quiz) I've created a review layer on each quiz to allow users to navigate backwards and forwards.

I want to place a button on the final slide of the training  (summary of completion and resources) that allows to user to go back to the beginning of the content in case they want to review the content and quiz after advancing from success results layer.  However, when users do not review the quiz on the previous slide and click the return to content button on the final slide, it doesn't show the review layer of the quizzes which does not allow them to advance through the quiz to the final slide. 

Are there triggers or slide settings that will allow the review layer to show?

I've placed a few screenshots below.

Thanks!

M.W.

Final Slide (after quiz) with option to return to content button.

Base Layer of one of the quiz questions with custom Submit button only.

Review Layer of a quiz question with custom prev and next buttons

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi M.W., 

The "review quiz" function includes a trigger to review the results, and therefore show the layer as necessary. Have you looked into including a similar trigger on your final slide? Or, you could also use a T/F variable that would be changed on that last slide when the user clicked the button and based on the value of the variable you'd set a trigger on each slide to show the "Review" layer when the variable equals True. There is a great tutorial here on how to work with variables in Storyline. 

M. W.

Ashley Terwilliger said:

Hi M.W., 

The "review quiz" function includes a trigger to review the results, and therefore show the layer as necessary. Have you looked into including a similar trigger on your final slide? Or, you could also use a T/F variable that would be changed on that last slide when the user clicked the button and based on the value of the variable you'd set a trigger on each slide to show the "Review" layer when the variable equals True. There is a great tutorial here on how to work with variables in Storyline. 


Thanks for your quick response Ashley.  In regards to the review results trigger, it doesn't allow me to direct it to slide 1.  I succeeded in creating a T/F variable on my Return to Content button and created a trigger on each slide to show the review when the variable equaled True.  It shows the custom navigation buttons I placed on the review slide, but it does not show the correct/incorrect feedback found on the review layer when utilizing the Review Quiz button. 

Here is a picture of the trigger:

I don't see any other triggers or variables on the quiz question slides or results slide that are related to this trigger, so I'm not sure how to replicate that with my button but having it jump to slide 1 instead of the 1 quiz question.  Is the only way around this to create additional feedback on the results layer that will show based on the variables I created.

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

M.W.

M. W.

Ashley Terwilliger said:

Hi M.W.,

To allow the course to jump to a particular slide, you'd need to add another trigger. You'll also want to look at the "Results slide" option and check that you've included the "Show correct/incorrect" feedback found under the review section:


Hi Ashley,

Thanks for responding.  I guess I didn't do a good job of explaining.  There is a trigger set to send it back to the beginning, but I'm having a problem with the default review features (green bar for correct/ red bar for incorrect along with checkmark) showing up when I set up an additional button (besides review quiz- which sends me back to the first quiz question) to allow the user to go back to the beginning of the course after taking the quiz.  When the trigger I set for that button returns them to the beginning (post taking the quiz), it doesn't show the default features on the review slide (green/red bar), but it does show the additional features I placed on the review layer (custom navigation buttons).

Default features I am referring to:

The two places I have created a return to content button are on the Success layer of the Results Slide and the /Last Final Slide.  I've considered placing it only on the final slide, but the issues still exists.

I just tried creating a trigger on the quiz question slide that shows the review layer when the timeline starts with a condition (if Results.ScorePoints is Greater than or equal to Results.PassPoints) but it is still only showing the review layer with my additional features (the navigation buttons) and not the default (green/red bar, checkmark).

In testing, If I go through the scene, pass the quiz, and select the review quiz button (before selecting return to content), it shows the default features (green/red bar, checkmark) and my addition features on the review layer.  After reviewing all questions I return to the results slide or final slide, I can select the return to content button I created which send the user back to the beginning of the course and once you arrive at the quiz you are able to see the default features (along with my additional features) on the review layer.  Not sure what I'm missing.

~M.W.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi M.W.,

I may need to look at your Storyline file to understand this set up, as I'm a bit confused about conflicting statements in your last post that "When the trigger I set for that button returns them to the beginning (post taking the quiz), it doesn't show the default features on the review slide (green/red bar), but it does show the additional features I placed on the review layer"  but then later you said in your testing that "select the review quiz button (before selecting return to content), it shows the default features (green/red bar, checkmark) and my addition features on the review layer."

Is the behavior inconsistent, or is there something off in your description? 

Also, I'm assuming you'd like the default features and your custom features to be include on the Quiz Review and on the Content review? 

M. W.

Ashley,

The behavior is inconsistent, and yes I would like the default and custom features to appear at the same time using both buttons.  Is there a way I can send my file to you securely?

On a note that may be related, I have recently been notified that there is an updated version to Storyline, but I didn't want to update while I was working on a project.  Could some of the issues been resolved in that fix, and if so, would updating storyline cause issues since I am in the middle of a project?  I usually avoid upgrades until I have a break between projects.

Thanks,
Martelle

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Martelle,

Do you know what update of Storyline you're using? We're currently on update 5.

If you're concerned about updating what I would do is make a copy of your project (save as) and once you complete the update, use the new copy and see if the behavior continues. If so, let me know and I'll send you directions on how to to share the file with me privately. If something occurs during the update with your new file, you'll have a previous version that hasn't been used with update 5 to revert back to. 

Laurence Conway

Steve Flowers said:

You can overlay that with a shape colored as your background color but it's not an editable item at this point.


Hi Steve,

I'm struggling to grasp exactly what you have proposed here. How exactly, do you get the layer to appear after the quiz has completed?

Thanks,

Laurence

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Laurence,

When setting up a quiz question you'll see that there are some layers at the bottom of the Question Edit window for Correct, Incorrect and Review layers - if you add any content to the Review section you'll see a new layer automatically created allowing you to add the elements for covering up the built in Correct/Incorrect feedback banner during the review. Here is an additional tutorial to walk you through how to set this up. 

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Anne,

The prev/next buttons still will appear in the quiz review as shown here, although Storyline 2 now does all you to trigger them to be hidden - so you may want to look into that behavior. 

In regards to the banner, there is not yet an option to completely remove it or customize it further than the suggestions mentioned here of covering the banner with something else.