Buzzfeed Quiz Storyline Sample & Download!

I made a Buzzfeed style quiz in Storyline! You can use the variable make up for lots of things I've discovered, and I'm not even really sure what to call it.

Basically, it's best used when you have lots of questions that have no right answer, but you want the responses to add up to a certain feedback - like in a personality test.

Anyways. Maybe someone else can word that better than I can. Enjoy! 

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Cory Warshawsky

Hey all, I used the "buzzfeedquiz.story " to create a similar quiz on "Sleep Deprivation."

Users answer a question with one of three answers (Never, Sometimes, Often) and based on their responses, they are led to 1 of 5 results slides. Slide 2 and 4 are used for when a combination of answers creates a "tied score". 

Problem: The correct slide isn't always triggered. For example: if you select Sometimes every time, sometimes it triggers the correct #3 results slide, other times it randomly chooses another. 

Do you accept the challenge of determining if you're sleep deprived by first solving this results issues?!?!??? ; )

Sean Speake

Hi Cory,

I've had a look at your file and while I haven't been able to replicate the results/errors you're getting, I do have a couple of suggestions.

1. You're going to want to reset all the results to 0 for when folks retake the quiz. Otherwise if someone takes the quiz multiple times, their previous results are going to influence the new results. You could either do this on the try again button or on the first slide of the quiz.

2. I'd use Button Sets for the three options (Never, Sometimes, Often) to reduce the number of triggers required.

3. I'd  do away with the Next button all together and have the jump trigger on the options. The additional click seems unnecessary to me. It also allows us to do away with the straight Try Again results slide for if there are no answers.

I've attached a new version of the file - it feels more straight-forward and streamlined to me. I've left my trouble-shooting variable displays in for convenience.

Hope you find it helpful!

Cory Warshawsky

Sean, I am away on a business trip and have not had a chance to check this out...but...I wanted to say thank you for taking a look at the project, for the great suggestions above, and for taking the time to streamline the file. Above and beyond and truly appreciated, I can't wait to check it out!