Yes, No, Maybe

Create a card selection activity.

How To Use It

Enter a heading and an instruction (24 and 195 characters respectively).

To create a Card Deck, add a minimum of 3 cards/images (min. 420 x 588px in .svg, .jp or .png format). Ideally, you should add an entire card deck (up to 15 cards).

Next, indicate whether the correct answer for each card is "Yes", "No" or “Maybe” by selecting an option from the drop-down (select the arrow icons to see the drop-down).

To add Drop Cards Select "Drop Cards" (top right in the template editor) to upload cards that represent each of the 3 card piles.

Add 3 Drop Cards (420 x 588px) to represent the "Yes", "No" & "Maybe" drop spaces.

If you only want "Yes" and "No" options, you can exclude the "Maybe" option by removing its label completely.

To Edit Drop Card Labels Below each drop card, you can type directly into the spaces containing "Yes", "No" and "Maybe" default text if you want to change the card labels. Note that each label must be no more than 24 characters long.




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Options & Settings


Activity Type

Select "Assessment" if points must be awarded for the correct answers, and select "Survey" if the answers are open-ended and there is no correct answer.

Background Colour

Select an alternative background colour to override the theme default.

Per-Card Response Dialogs

In your Story Settings, you can set the Scoring Options to "Evaluative" or "Teach" if you would like a response dialog to pop up for each card drop.

You will be able to set one correct and one incorrect dialog which will be used for every card. It's recommended to use generic incorrect / correct statements for these response dialogs.

The user will score a mark based on the number of cards placed correctly vs the total number of cards. For example, if there are 10 cards and I get 5 right I will score 50%. This will reflect in the story analytics.

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