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Ensure all activities are completed 1 year 3 months ago #5126

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Hi Xerte Community,

In Articulate Storyline there is a way to ensure all activities are completed before showing the NEXT button. This is useful as it prevents users clicking the NEXT button and bypassing the content and activities.

Is there a way of doing this in Xerte?

Do all page types have the 'Navigation' optional property?

How do I set the 'Navigation' buttons up, so that users complete all activities before revealing the NEXT button?

I know that I can control where users go when using the 'Multiple Choice with Connectors' Page Type, but I would like to do this on all the page types if possible.

Could you let me know if I have to add code, or tell me how to set up the Navigation buttons on page types?

Thank you in advance.

Best wishes
Anne

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Ensure all activities are completed 1 year 3 months ago #5127

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Hi Anne
It's certainly possible to do this but you obviously need to be very careful with your learning design and planning to do this without adverse impact. e.g. This suggests that the learners will only ever consume the whole LO in order that you have designed rather than for instance revisiting and just going to a particular page or pages via the contents menu. If you leave the contents menu in place then obviously any attempt to restrict access before completion of interactions is redundant.

However if you really want to do this then there are a few ways to do so and the easiest is to change your LO to historic navigation (which hides the TOC), hide the next button on one or more of the pages, then put xerte page links to next page or specific pages in the feedback for each interaction.

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Ensure all activities are completed 1 year 3 months ago #5128

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Hi Ron,

Thank you for your help with this.

Best regards
Anne

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Ensure all activities are completed 1 year 3 months ago #5132

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Hi Xerte Community,

Are there specific page types where you are able to apply the method given?
I have changed to Historic, and changed Navigation to 'None' on the quiz page type, and Stimulating Question page type, and added the 'Xerte Page link' to the feedback but unfortunately it didn't work for me. It would be nice to have it on the Wordsearch page too, but I didn't see a Feedback area for me to add the Xerte Page link.

What am I doing wrong please? Or can I only ensure all activities are completed on specific page types? Which page types are they please?

Thanks in advance for your help.
Anne

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