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Show Next button after entire interation is complete

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Hello,

I would like to show a Next button after 5 buttons have been clicked to reveal content using Change state.

Is there any easier way to do this without needing to create 5 variables and 5 Advanced Actions. i.e 1 per button.

I had tried using JavaScript instead, but wasn't successful.

Thanks in advance,

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I always use that workflow.  Since I am a real Shared Actions user, I never create variables but import a shared action that has a number of variables included. You don't have to create 5 advanced actions, duplicating the first action and do very few edits takes only minutes. If you think it is easier with JS, go ahead and I could launch a challenge to see which workflow is the quickest.

Have a look at:

Force Clicking Hotspots: Comparison 2 Workflows - eLearning

Both workflows have that conditional action you are talking about.

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Show Next button after entire interation is complete

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Hello,

I would like to show a Next button after 5 buttons have been clicked to reveal content using Change state.

Is there any easier way to do this without needing to create 5 variables and 5 Advanced Actions. i.e 1 per button.

I had tried using JavaScript instead, but wasn't successful.

Thanks in advance,

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Correct answer by Lilybiri | Most Valuable Participant

I always use that workflow.  Since I am a real Shared Actions user, I never create variables but import a shared action that has a number of variables included. You don't have to create 5 advanced actions, duplicating the first action and do very few edits takes only minutes. If you think it is easier with JS, go ahead and I could launch a challenge to see which workflow is the quickest.

Have a look at:

Force Clicking Hotspots: Comparison 2 Workflows - eLearning

Both workflows have that conditional action you are talking about.

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I always use that workflow.  Since I am a real Shared Actions user, I never create variables but import a shared action that has a number of variables included. You don't have to create 5 advanced actions, duplicating the first action and do very few edits takes only minutes. If you think it is easier with JS, go ahead and I could launch a challenge to see which workflow is the quickest.

Have a look at:

Force Clicking Hotspots: Comparison 2 Workflows - eLearning

Both workflows have that conditional action you are talking about.

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I need to get used to using Shared Actions, but with the help of your post, I have achieved what I wanted using Advanced Actions.

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