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Harri C


This is a bit of a long winded way around it but this is what I've done in the past.

My scenario : I had to ensure users had answered the question and track which responses they had selected then show them on a final results slide

Method: I set up a number var which started at 0 and was assigned the value of 1 or 2 when user clicked submit depending on whether they had selected true or false (for example).

On the results slide I then set up a text box with all the questions in as states and changed the states based on the vars to show only the questions they got wrong - this was tricky coz I also had to ensure they appeared in the correct order without any duplication. An easier way of doing this is to present the learner with a list of all of the questions and highlight the ones they got wrong.

Hope this helps