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Don't show Course Summary until all modules are completed

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Apr 20, 2020

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I've created a course with 6 Modules.  What I'm trying to do is not have the Course Sumary show until all the other modules are completed and I cannot get that to work.  

Do I need to create a variable? I thought with Update 2, there was an easier way to do it? 

I created groups for each module with "Jump to Slide" function and it works fine.  

 

Any suggestions would be very much appeciated! 

Thanks,

Carl

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Correct answer by Lilybiri | Most Valuable Participant

You can use the Quick Start Project 'Aspire Branching' if that is what you want. Follow the instrcutions.

 

Manually you need one variable for each module, which you toggle from 0 to 1 with the button at the end of the module, which gets you back to the dashboard from which yuo reach the modules. When entering that dashbaord, create a conditional advanced action which checks the value of the 5 variables. If they are all set to 1, you show the button enabling them to jump to the Summary.

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Don't show Course Summary until all modules are completed

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I've created a course with 6 Modules.  What I'm trying to do is not have the Course Sumary show until all the other modules are completed and I cannot get that to work.  

Do I need to create a variable? I thought with Update 2, there was an easier way to do it? 

I created groups for each module with "Jump to Slide" function and it works fine.  

 

Any suggestions would be very much appeciated! 

Thanks,

Carl

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Correct answer by Lilybiri | Most Valuable Participant

You can use the Quick Start Project 'Aspire Branching' if that is what you want. Follow the instrcutions.

 

Manually you need one variable for each module, which you toggle from 0 to 1 with the button at the end of the module, which gets you back to the dashboard from which yuo reach the modules. When entering that dashbaord, create a conditional advanced action which checks the value of the 5 variables. If they are all set to 1, you show the button enabling them to jump to the Summary.

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You can use the Quick Start Project 'Aspire Branching' if that is what you want. Follow the instrcutions.

 

Manually you need one variable for each module, which you toggle from 0 to 1 with the button at the end of the module, which gets you back to the dashboard from which yuo reach the modules. When entering that dashbaord, create a conditional advanced action which checks the value of the 5 variables. If they are all set to 1, you show the button enabling them to jump to the Summary.

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