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Can I add 2 actions one element? For example, I have a box (element) and I have one action on it which makes it branch to another page and I want to add another action on it - which will display the Next button on screen? Can I do this?
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You can definitely set up multiple actions on a single interaction with an element. For example, the learner clicks and something new is shown on the page plus a variable is set plus the navigation bar Next button is enabled (and many other combinations).
Based on what you describe above, the page link action would immediately take the learner to the targeted page - is that where you want the Next button to be turned on again? And are you meaning the Next on the nav bar or a separate Next button added to the page?
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Thank you for a quick response. So, what I am doing is - On a slide A, I have 5 boxes and each box is connected to another page. So, I have used the branch functionality here. Each of these back pages has a Back button and by clicking this it will bring them back to Slide A. Now what I want is that once the user has clicked all elements on Slide A, the Next button (not on the navigation bar) should appear and then on clicking the Next button it should take the users to the summary page (added used branching functionality).
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Very cool, and thanks for the description it's really helpful.
Probably the best way to do what you want is to have each the 5 options add +1 to a numeric variable, in addition to the page linking. Then have a Page action that shows the Next button on your page once that variable hits 5 (showing that all 5 have been selected).
Here are two articles that should be helpful for this:
>> Evaluating a Custom Variable to trigger the Enable Next Player Control (This article you'd adapt to show your next button on the page instead of enabling the nav bar Next button).
(The lessons in these article are based on our previous ONE version, so you'll likely encounter some small interface differences but the core information is all still relevant.)
We have an article and some lessons for a project that might also help with this. There's a main page with three topics (represented by graphics) and clicking on each graphic goes to a page of info for the respective topic. In this example, we actually set the variable value when the learner clicks the Home button on the topic pages to go back to the main page. On the main page we show a checkmark once the learner has been to the respective page. In the sample we use the variable to set the project as Completed - you could use the same approach in that last lesson, but have it show your Next button instead.
Here's a link to that article and set of lessons >> How to Set Up Navigation and Tracking for Menu-Based Content.