Articulate Storyline allows you to customize using triggers and variables. In general, if we insert text into a slide it will appear when the timeline of the slide starts. If we want to display the text, sometime later, then we need to adjust in the timeline of the slide.
Here, the requirement is to enable some text after visiting all the buttons, and the steps involved are mentioned below.
Step 1: Create an interactivity slide with buttons. If we click the buttons, the related content will display. Also, insert the text which we want to display after visiting all buttons.
Here, we can use the text box or rectangle to insert text. The above content was inserted in Rectangle 1.
Step 2: Set the state of the rectangle or text box to hidden, initially. Now, the text is not displayed when the timeline of the slide starts.
Step 3: Insert the content related to buttons in slide layers. Then, give the trigger to display the related content if we click the button.
Add the above trigger to all buttons in the slide to show the related content with respect to each button.
Step 4: Add the trigger to Rectangle 1 to change the state of the rectangle to Normal, when all buttons states are visited.
From the above trigger, the content will display after visiting all buttons.
Step 5: Now publish the course and check the output. The content, which is hidden earlier, will be displayed after visiting all buttons.
In this way, you can enable content after visiting all buttons in Articulate Storyline.
Thus, Articulate Storyline allows you to customize effectively. Hope you find this blog informative. Do share your views.
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