I know I’m going to regret doing this, but I’ve added a new weekly feature to the site: Screencast Monday. I’ll regret doing this only because I am in a constant state of feeling like there are never enough hours in the day…but my hope is that it will be a very helpful feature for all of your lovely folks! Sharing is caring!
Inspired by the E-Learning Heroes Community screencast challenges, where I’ll be cross-posting videos, when relevance allows. The first instalment of Screencast Monday has been cross-posted to the E-Learning Heroes Community post Share Your Tips for Getting Started with Storyline’s Variables.
Using Variables to Add Values in Storyline
I write about this and many other neat Storyline concepts in my new book, being published in the next couple of months, Mastering Articulate Storyline, so if I peak your interest, stay tuned and grab the book when it comes out!
This week, I’m showing you just how easy it is to perform basic calculations using the Number variable in Articulate Storyline. This is a great function to use when it comes to mathematical quizzes, or scenario-based learning.
Check out the video below to find out how you too can add values using number variables, and let me know in the comments whether you’re excited about this new weekly feature and whether you want me to continue it!