Time Management Calculator

I've just been put in charge of developing a student time management calculator for our time management training course, I was sent an example of what they would like to duplicate(https://hwm.wisconsin.edu/current-students/talk-with-student-services/time-management-calculator/

I haven't used variables a whole lot and I'm just not sure where to begin. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

8 Replies
Russell Killips

Hello Christian,

I had some free time on my hands so I decided to try making this calculator.

There are two slides in the project. The second slide has a Web Object on it. This Web Object is used to display the chart. I used chart.js which is available from here: https://www.chartjs.org/

The chart pulls data from variables that are used on Slide 1.

You can view the published project here: http://www.knowledgeconstruction.com/timemanagement/story.html

I have zipped up the Storyline 360 file and the WebObject together and attached it for you to download as well.

Phil Mayor

I must admit to be late to the party, Russell is always much quicker than me.

I did calculate the percentages as well.

https://360.articulate.com/review/content/6fcc4db3-6359-4676-bac9-46b429d58a09/review

File is attached, the graph steals Russell chart, surprisingly my variable names were the same so simpler to steal his :-) (thanks!). I did get it all on one slide though.

Christian Zehelein

You're the best! I'll reverse engineer this and see how you created it, thank you so much Phil! This just saved me a lot of time.

Two questions, 1. is there a way to have the zero go away when a user clicks on the box or to at least have a blank box? 2. Is there a way to add a reset button to wipe out the numbers entered?

Again, thank you