7 Replies
Angela Nicholas

Thanks! I'll play with that. I have 6 possible choices, so the trick is having only the feedback show for the ones selected. But that means way too many combinations of feedback. I'm leaning toward having individual feedback pop-up after each one is selected rather than use a submit button.

Leslie McKerchie

Hello S and welcome to E-Learning Heroes :)

I'm not sure if Angela is still subscribed here, but you are welcome to reach out to the user directly via the 'Contact Me' option on the user profile if you do not hear back soon.

Feel free to share your .story file if you need some input from the community as well :)

S Wenniger

Hi Angela.

Thanks for your speedy reply. I would love to know how you built this

I am very new to Articulate and only working in it part-time. In earlier jobs I worked alongside dedicated e- learning designers who worked with custom e-learning programs. So this is a steep learning curve for me. And I find myself designing things in my head that may not be so easy to realise in practice. So very thankfull to have this community.

Impatient as I was I continued building my own solution before I saw your reply. 

I attempted to build a scenario where the user is introduced to someone (in my case a student that they have to tutor) and a specific set of circumstances, and is asked to pick a maximum of 4 from 6 possible questions in order to determine the next step (in my case selecting one of four Situational Coaching approaches). The user should get :

1) awnsers to the questions

2) feedback on the approach chosen

3) feedback on the questions chosen.

Attached is what i've got so far. 

I would love to know if there are easier approaches that would get me the same or a similar result! 


P.S. some of the items may still be in Dutch. I took the trouble to translate the main slides., but not all.  Hope it is clear nonetheless...