Support » Plugin: Quiz Tool Lite » Can I have dead ends like in a flow chart?

  • Resolved squeaky


    Is it possible to use this plugin to create a simple advancement through the questions, like a flowchart, where there is a either a YES or NO answer, and one answer ends the questioning, but the other advances you to the next question?

    I do not need any sort of grading or points, I just need one question to show at a time.
    Each question will have a yes or no answer.
    One answer will allow me to continue with the questions, the other will ‘dead end’ and display a message.
    At the end of the questioning I would want to display paragraph text.

    Think trouble shooting guide.

    Is that possible with this plugin or do you know of a plugin that i could use?
    Thank you for your time.

    • This topic was modified 10 months, 1 week ago by  squeaky.
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  • Plugin Author Alex Furr



    I don’t now of any plugin that does that sort of thing, however as a workaround
    you could do this, but would involve a bit of extra clicking.
    You’d have to do the following.

    1.setup all your questions, with the yes / no having separate feedback.
    2. Add each question to its own page I.e. unique url.
    3. If it’s a dead end, just have text. If they can continue then show the url to the next page so they can continue. Either as a link, or as a nice button.

    So that would work, but would require a bit of fiddling with adding new pages, and adding a button in the feedback for the question.

    If that doesn’t make sense I can send you an example if you want to provide some example questions for context.


    Hi Alex,
    Thank you so much for taking a look.

    I have prototypes of how I want it to work, only one question at a time, etc.

    here is a simple example
    based on this

    here is one with more questions
    based on this

    Thank you for your time,

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