Yes, Marcel. If you establish a variable to track the number of times a button is clicked you can use a conditional action to go to the next page when the variable equals 3. You can copy and paste the button onto other pages; just make sure you reset the variable to zero on page show.
Suggested change to Tim’s reply. Change the condition from ‘3’ to ‘2’ if you want to monitor for 3 clicks. The variable is at ‘2’ when one clicks the button the third time. Otherwise, the action won’t trigger until the fourth click.
Depends on when the ‘change variable’ action fires? …before the ‘go to next page’ action in priority, or after (or if the delay of 1 second is added to the change variable action)… I guess you are both right? lol
Alright, if you do the go to action first and the add to variable action after that, the condition needs to check for 2. The reset to 0 action with a delay, is only required if you wanted the user to do a triple-click, i.e. click 3 times within 1 second.
hey Darrel, i tried your button title, it works fine 🙂
can i also use this in a quiz as “submit button”. The user has 3 attempts and after the third wrong attempt, he jumps to next site. i cant use the normal attempt settings, because i put a Qreset action to the submit button in the quiz and this action also reset the counter of attempts.