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Yes, that’s what we do today. The challenge we have, however, is that sometimes learners don’t read the screen carefully enough and think that the choices for job category are modules in the course instead, and just click the first one expecting that sooner or later they’ll have to click them all.


Sorry, I completely misunderstood you. I’m not actually a big fan of “visually distinguishing” things to the exclusion of words. The button labels (or links or whatever) could be

  • Do you mostly work behind the counter?
  • Do you mostly unload trucks?
  • Do you mostly work in the back office?

(Examples chosen from retail store work.) Direct questions can encourage more active engagement than a “pick one” option list.