Continue Button After a Process Allows Learners to Proceed without Viewing each slide in the process?

Hello!  We are building a new Rise 360 course and have embedded two processes.  One has only three steps and the other has around seven steps.  When we add the continue button, it actually shows at the bottom of the screen for each step of each process which allows the learner to hit continue and go to the next lesson without viewing all of the steps in each process.  Is there a way around this?  We just want the continue button to show up at the bottom of the very last step/summary of each process.  Thanks so much for any help!!!  :-)

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Alyssa Gomez

Hello, Valerie!

What did you select for the continue button Completion Type? This setting is used to determine how the continue block behaves. There are three completion types:

  • None means learners simply need to click the button to continue. There are no other requirements.
  • Complete Block Directly Above means learners must complete the interaction immediately before the continue button.
  • Complete All Blocks Above means learners must complete all interactions above the continue button to proceed.