10 Replies
Leslie McKerchie

Hello Seonaid,

Yes. There are survey questions included in both Storyline 360 and Quizmaker 360. The instructions are below:

Storyline 360: Adding Form-Based Questions

Quizmaker 360: Adding Form-Based Questions

You can track the survey with a results slide and send this to your LMS. Each individual LMS can handle surveys differently, so I'd advise testing this.

Seonaid Jamieson

I have two questions:

1. Storyline 360: How can I change the feedback box 'Incorrect' and 'Correct'? I am trying to create a True/False or Yes/No question so if they don't know then the next slide will train them. Answer is not necessarily correct or incorrect.
2. Quizmaker 360 - where can I find this? I have Articulate 360 installed but don't see Quizmaker on the menu?


Leslie McKerchie

Hi Seonaid,

Yes, you can turn the feedback off if you've added a Graded Question or you could use a Survey Question. I thought a quick Peek 360 video demonstration may be a bit easier to follow.

So, glad you were able to locate Quizmaker 360 and you're right, it's part of the Studio 360 suite. The instructions I shared above will be similar.

If you need to print your project, you can publish to Microsoft Word.

Maria Costa-Stienstra

Hi, Pete, 

Yes, you can create a regular True/False question in Storyline 360, and then add a TextEntry field on that same slide. 

Here's a quick Peek 360 video showing you one way of doing that, but I know others in the community might offer some great suggestions too!

Let me know if you have additional questions!

Lauren Connelly

Hi Pete!

I'm so glad you found Maria's tutorial helpful! Since you're looking to include over 100 responses, you might need to use Javascript to call out the responses in a document that you can print. In most cases, we recommend listing the variable on a results slide, but I can see where that would become crowded! 

I'm sure we have community members who have created something similar and can weigh in to share their expertise. I'll keep an eye on this discussion to see what they recommend!

Pete Smithies

Hi Lauren, 
Whilst Maria's tutorial is helpful - it is not the solution that I need.
I am beginning to think that google forms might be a better solution - it is very disappointing that Storyline seems to lack this kind of basic functionality. I would have thought this kind of requirement would be standard fare for your product. If there are any community members who have managed to achieve what I am looking for, I would love to hear from them.