The Advanced Interaction panel (Project > Advanced Interaction) provides an overview of all interactive objects in your project. The objects are grouped slide-wise.

This panel contains the following information that helps you analyze the actions and properties associated with the interactive objects:

Slide/Object

This column shows the slide number and label, or the type of object.

Instance Name

This column shows the name of the object’s instance.

On Success

This column shows the navigation that follows the slide if the user successfully completes an object’s action. For more information, see Project navigation using interactive objects.

Attempts

This column shows the maximum number of attempts you have set as a limit for an interactive object.

On Failure

If an object or slide has the possibility of failure (for example, if an incorrect answer is selected in a multiple-choice question), this column shows where the slide leads after failure. For more information, see Project navigation using interactive objects.

Shortcut

View and edit keyboard shortcuts for a slide or object in this column.

Time Limit

This column shows the time limit for specific objects.

Points

This column shows the total points associated with each scoreable object or question slide.

Add To Total

indicates the total value if scored objects are included in the total points.

Include In Quiz

Indicates whether the interactive object carries a score for the overall project quiz.

Report Answers

Indicates whether or not your project quiz scores are integrated with a learning management system (LMS).

Objective ID and Interaction ID

These columns contain the ID numbers, if you assign them, for integration with a learning management system (LMS).

Note:

To make reviewing the project information easier, click the print icon to print the tabular view of the interactions in the panel.

To edit the properties of objects:

  1. In an open project, select Project > Advanced Interaction, or press F9.

    The Advanced Interaction panel appears, populated with a collapsible list of all interactive objects in the project.

  2. Filter the list by clicking the buttons at the top of the dialog box that correspond to the object types that you want to view.

    Note:

    You can choose to filter by all scorable objects, click boxes, text entry boxes, buttons, questions, or hidden slides.

  3. Click a slide title or object to select it. The Property Inspector of that object appears and lets you edit the properties.

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