Learn how to create and apply advanced actions for those times when you want more than one action to take place at the same time based on user input.
- [Instructor] When you need more than a single action to…occur when you trigger an event such as clicking a button,…you need to use something called an Advanced Action.…For example, on our Red 30 New Hire Orientation project…we've been building, oh three oh six if you're catching up,…here on slide two we know if we click the invisible…buttons for E-Commerce, Research & Development,…or Sales & Marketing a single action occurs…and that is the learner will be taken to…a specific slide in the project.…But what if we wanted it to do something else,…like hide this text label, Click a Topic to Begin,…or maybe change the state of our character here?…Those are multiple actions and we need to put…them all together into an Advanced Action.…
So we need to have those different states already available…to us, so let's go to our character here, our business man.…And over here, for Object State under Properties,…when we click the drop down,…there's only the Normal or Default state.…We need to add a new state so we click the add button…
- Explore how to build, preview, and close projects.
- Create responsive projects.
- Use Fluid Boxes to make your work more flexible.
- Edit master slides.
- Add and program buttons.
- Select the best file format for your project.
- Add closed captions and voiceovers.
- Explore other eLearning platforms, including SCORMs.
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Get Started
2. Build a Project
3. Use Assets and Interactions
4. Work with Media
5. Assess Elearning
6. Publish Your Project
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