Learn how to show user driven cause and effect by creating and modifying interactive sliders.
- [Instructor] So adding additional interactivity…is never a bad thing.…There's a cool option here in Storyline 360…called the Slider that we're going to explore,…which is an excellent option for interactivity.…We'll continue with our orientation project of 306…if you need to get caught up with me.…We're in Scene Three, our quiz scene.…We have our one and only slide,…which does have different states assigned…based on different triggers.…That's cool.…But now we want to add another slide…that's going to outline the scoring.…And instead of just showing that, you know,…under 50 is a fail, over 50 is a pass,…and maybe over 80 is excellent,…we can add some interactivity using a slider.…
And that's what we're going to do on our next slide.…So the next slide won't be the first question.…First thing we need to do is change this label…under the Yes button.…Clicking Yes will take someone to the next slide,…but it won't be the first question.…So let's go to that text box, click inside.…And instead of Go to first question,…Go to scoring info.…
- Opening a project and touring the UI
- Setting up global preferences
- Creating a project from PowerPoint
- Inserting new scenes and adding slides
- Working with slides and text
- Adding animation and transitions
- Using assets and elements
- Working with audio and video
- Measuring the effectiveness of elearning with assessments
- Publishing your project
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started
2. Build a Presentation
3. Use Assets and Elements
4. Work with Media
5. Assessing Elearning
6. Publish Your Project
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