6 Replies
Alyssa Gomez

Hi Lywanda! 

Yes, you can absolutely create an unscored question in Storyline 360. If a form-based question is what you're looking for, choose one of the Survey Question options. 

If it's a freeform question, you can set the Score setting to None within Form View

Let me know if that's what you had in mind!

Wade Murphy

I have this same need in Rise. 

In one section of a course, we want learners to reflect on a video they just watched in a Leadership Development course. The video talks about how to define your role.

I'd like to add in a question prompting learners to write a sentence defining their role. This isn't to check for whether their question is correct or incorrect - it's instead meant to give learners a pause to reflect and to practice applying what they've learned in practical terms. There's no right or wrong answer, it's just an exercise.

I could make a survey question in Storyline, but this is a very lightweight course, and it seems like far too much development impact to create one survey question in Storyline just to embed in Rise. 

Alternatively, I could just put a direction - ask learners to think about it and write it down somewhere. But that feels lacking, takes learners out of the interaction, and it just feels a little silly. 

Also, it would be great to get their answers in SCORM, so we'd have the data to sort through for analysis - e.g., to see what kinds of leaders are engaging in the course, how they see themselves, etc. Not for grading, but just data and insights that could be useful.

Alyssa Gomez

Hi Wade,

Right now, the best way to add open-ended, survey questions to a Rise 360 course is to embed a survey from a third-party tool (like Google Forms or Survey Monkey) using a Multimedia Embed block. 

Use this iFrame code format for easy embedding!
<iframe src="URL HERE"></iframe>

If you design a survey and need help embedding it, please let us know!