A status indicator is a graphic – presented in various states – that allows you to display the completion status of chapters, sections, pages, tests, test sections, and surveys. Although tracking the content visited by your users is automatic, you can manually add a status indicator to display the tracking status. Select from stock status indicators or create a custom status indicator that displays your own images.
Explore one of Lectora’s features: Status Tracking! What used to require a significant exercise in variable manipulation is now built into Lectora. The new Status Tracking feature in Lectora automatically keeps track of which chapters, sections and pages your learners have visited and completed. In this session, you’ll learn how to include Status Indicator objects in your titles, and how to use status actions and conditions to control the presentation of content and your students’ navigation.
This is an example specific to the Online version of Lectora where you can show a different “visited” state for a hyperlink. It also shows how to use a variable to maintain that state when leaving and returning to the page.
A flowchart is an effective way to represent how a process works and to explain the decisions guiding that process. You can build a flowchart interaction using only native Lectora and Lectora Online shapes and text buttons. While a true “visited” state for native Lectora buttons is still in the works, this interaction demonstrates one […]