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How To Add A Result Slide in Storyline 360

In this video, I'll show you how you can add a result slide to Articulate Storyline 360, which types of results slides there are, which features are hidden on results slides, like quiz timers, a review functionality, and retry option, which tracking options you have if you implement the results slide in your course, and how you can calculate the result of multiple results slides in your course.

Dynamic feedback

A results slide in Storyline 360 gives your learners dynamic feedback at the end of a quiz or survey. In Storyline 360, a results slide also sends reporting and tracking information to an element. Now let's see how you can create a results slide in Storyline 360. I have here a sample course and with different scenes. Here is all our results slides. Here, I have a results side, so let's add a results slide in the scene. So I'll double click this. So I'll go to the scene. Now I'll go to the slide step and on slide step here, where you have the results. And here you can choose for the different results slides there are in Storyline 360. You have the Graded Results Slides. And if you add a Graded Result Slide, Storyline automatically adds success and failure messages on your results slide with all the triggers. So you don't have to do anything manually.

Creating a results slide to the user

You have a Survey Results Slide that creates a results slide to the user. Thanks for taking a survey. And you have also a blank results slide. It creates a blank results slide that you can customize completely to your liking. Now you saw in my scene, there is a quiz and for convenience options, I choose a Graded Result Slide. So I don't have to add a success or failure later myself. Now, when you have made your choice, click on the insert slide button and you see that storyline automatically adds the results slides to my course. If you add a results slide, Storyline automatically opens the results slide properties window, and here on the top, you can select where you want to calculate the results for. For instance, here for selected questions, and you can pick questions or you can pick questions that are in a question bank, or you can select results slides. And that is what I want to see, and I'll show you later on in this video.

You can set the passing score for your quiz, for instance, 80% or as anything else what you want. And here you can add a quiz timer. So for instance, if you say I want that my quiz ends after 10 minutes, then you can say I want that the timer will start with the first slides or with the first question. And it depends if the first slide is a question slide or it's a normal slide. And the Timer Format can share that if you want to show time or elapsed or what you have remained. So I uncheck this, I check this here, and go to Okay, now. Now, let's see which variables there are that you can use for displaying the score on your results slide.

You see here? There is a variable result 1.ScorePercent and a result 1ScorePoint. Now, the results one is the variable of your results slide. I have multiple results slides in my E-learning course. So Storyline will add a number after results. So I've here results one and also results two. Now, score percent will give the score in a percentage. Score points, give the score in points because you can add points to each question in Articulate Storyline, and for the passing score, or for passing percent, Articulate Storyline shows here what's the passing percentage is, that's 80%, and it also calculates what the passing points is what you need. And you see here a result. Where is then the result? The result is here on the success layer. And then you see, "Congratulations, you passed," or on the failure layer, that you didn't pass.

Review Quiz button

And if you edit a Graded Result Slide, Storyline automatically adds the triggers that say show layer Success when your timeline starts if results slides points is greater than pass points, or Failure layer when results slide points is less than results slide pass points. So if you go to the design step of your results slides, you'll see that here are some features that you can use and insert on results slides. Now, you'll see here, there is already a Review Quiz button. I can add a Print button, so I select print and I will draw my button here. And I'll go to design again. And I can also add a Retry button here. Storyline automatically creates the triggers that are necessary to do it.

So for retry, I can say to what slide do I want to go? So this Quiz Slide Two because I want to go to 2.1. And if you go to the review quiz slide, if you select the trigger, you can here under options, select if you want to show all incorrect and correct responses of, or if you want to show only the incorrect questions, you can choose off. So these are on the design tab are extra features that you can can add. Here you can also find timed quiz that you can also find here on the Edit results on the original slide properties window.

Calculate multiple results slides

So, the last thing I want to show you in Storyline is that you can also calculate multiple results slides. So here I have a results slide, and you can imagine that this is the results slide that combines all the results slides of my whole course. So this can be the last slide of my course. So if I go here to Edit results slide, if you here see calculated results and you set it on selected questions, you'll see the selected questions in your course. If you select Results slide, you can check which results slides you want to combine here. So I'll check them both. Now what you can say here, that user must pass each quiz, so separately, or that you combine the points of all quizzes to an overall score. And you can set the passing score over here. And if you click OK, then you have entered your choice. So I hope you learned new things about results slides that you can use in your next E-learning course.

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