Articulate storyline 360: How to create a conditional next button

In this video I’ll show you two different options to create a conditional next button or conditional navigation on your slides in your Articulate Storyline course.

In Articulate Storyline you have a few different options to set up conditional navigation. In this video I’ll show two different examples how you can set up conditional navigation.

In the first example in this video I’ll show you how you can create a conditional next button when you using Storylines modern player navigation that becomes clickable when the timeline of your slide ends

In the second example you see how you can create a conditional next button when you use custom navigation on your slide. The custom navigation becomes clickable when a user viewed all content on your slide. Here we work with true/false variables and conditions.

FasterCourse Banner

About Mark Spermon

Mark is an e-learning specialist with over 15 years of experience developing interactive and engaging e-learning modules and online courses for a wide range of customers with Articulate Storyline. He believes online learning shouldn’t be information dump but engaging, interactive and provide a transformation to the desired future of the learners. His goal? to create a world without passive, information overload online courses that are boring as ….

Leave a Comment