The Text Input asset allows the user to enter text, following which a selected sub-screen can be shown as feedback. The asset can either be used as a free text field to gather custom Learner information OR as a question within an assessment that has specific correct answer/s
1. Add a Text Input asset to a screen in your project. Find the Text Input asset in the ‘Question’ list & drag the asset into a content block in the screen
2. Add a standard Text asset to above the Text Input asset with the question you would like to ask
4.b If there is more than one correct answer to the question then you can separate answers using the following value ||. For example, 'one||two||three'.
4.c If you are using the asset to gather custom Learner information then you can leave the Correct answer field blank
5. If you are using the asset as a question then you can also populate the FEEDBACK fields. You can either populate the Basic or Advanced feedback. Please note Advanced feedback allows you to link to a subscreen. You will need to add a subscreen to the screen containing the Text Input asset to use this feature.
Track in Assessment Results: If the asset is being used as a question in an Assessment then set this to be Yes
Number of attempts: The number of attempt a Learner can have to answer the question
Format: Choose how the answers to the question can be written in the Correct answer field. Either on a single line or multiple lines
RELATED THEME SETTINGS
TEXT INPUT QUESTION TEXT: this is fixed to be black
TEXT INPUT ANSWER TEXT: this is fixed to be black
TEXT INPUT QUESTION/ANSWER FIELD BACKGROUND: this is fixed to be grey
TEXT INPUT ASSET BACKGROUND: Global Settings > Backgrounds > Screen content columns
CONFIRM BUTTON TEXT: Buttons > Fonts > Standard > Default
CONFIRM BUTTON TEXT (HOVER STATE): Buttons > Fonts > Standard > Hover
CONFIRM BUTTON BACKGROUND: Buttons > Backgrounds > Generic > Default
CONFIRM BUTTON BACKGROUND (HOVER STATE): Buttons > Backgrounds > Generic > Hover
Top tip 1: User input and set Answers are not case sensitive.
Top tip 2: To add more than one possible answer separate answers with ||. For example, 'one||two||three'.