2 quizzes 1 results slide based on condition

Hi Everyone,

I developed a course (SL3) that is for two sets of learners depending on their site location. They all view the shared content, then based on their location branch off to cover site-specific content. In the end, they take a quiz that has several shared questions and then depending on their location selection earlier will deliver up a few site-specific questions also. So, I'm using 3 questions banks (bank 1-shared questions, bank 2-site A questions, and bank 3-site B questions). I'm good at getting the draws working, but I currently have 2 results slides. I actually would like to have only 1 results slide and the result slide to show depending on which quiz they took (site A or site B). Is there an easy way to do this so I can report out to my LMS. Hopefully, this makes sense. I look forward to your help.

2 Replies
Allison LaMotte

Hi Tony,

Unfortunately, there's not an easy way to do this right now because you have to select one (and only one) results slide to send to the LMS. To make this work, you'll need to create a cumulative results that includes all the questions in both possible paths. For the passing score, you'll need to choose something that takes into account the fact that the learner will not take all the questions. So for example, if the learner needs to get 80% of the questions right to pass, you'll have to set the passing score to 40%, since they will only see half of the questions.

I hope that makes sense! We do have a feature request logged for this capability, so I'll go ahead and add your voice to that.

Best of luck!

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Tony,

Great news to share with you today! We just released another update for Articulate 360, and included a new feature:

Expanding tracking within your Storyline 360 courses. You can read all about it here! You'll now be able to utilize: 

Take a look at downloading and installing Storyline 360 Build 3.44.23192.0. Details here.

Please let us know if you have any questions, either here or by reaching out to our Support Engineers directly.