Multi Select Question Element
With the Multi-Select Question element, you can add questions to any part of your video that viewers can mark multiple answers.
First, we drag and drop our element from the Elements list to the layer. The screen below will meet us.
1- The area where you will write the question.
2- Mark the correct answers to your question.
3- Write your options.
4- Delete option.
5- Add feedback to option.
6- Button that allows you to add a new option.
7- The area you will add feedback to your question.
8- After making all the settings, click the button to save your question.
Editing Multi-Select Question Element Settings
When we successfully add the Multi-Select Question element to the layer it will look like the following.
1: “Multi-Select Question" element attached to the layer.
Once I click on the element on my layer, the system will open the settings of the element clicked on the right side of the screen.
1- The area you will name the element you added.
2- Area showing when the element will enter the screen.
3- The option you can choose whether the element you added is skippable by the viewers or not
4- By keeping the viewer's response in the memory, the option to remember the previous answer when he returns to the question in the video.
5- Text of the confirmation button that the viewer will click on to confirm the answer after answering the question.
6- You can change the question you wrote and edit it.
7- The field where you can add variables to the option.
8- Edit option settings of the question.
9- Button, where you can save the properties you changed.
10- Button, where you can delete the element.
Assigning Variable to Options
1- In this field, you can create a variable that belongs to the problem and you can put values in it. Click here to read how to use variables.
2- The area where you can value the variable you assign to the current option.
3- Create a new variable.
Multi-Select Question Options Settings
1- When the viewer answers your question correctly, the area where you will write the positive feedback that you will come across.
2- When the viewer answers the question correctly, the time you want the video to jump.
3- When the viewer answers your question incorrectly, the area where you will write the negative feedback that you will come across.
4- When the viewer answers the question incorrectly, the time you want the video to jump.