Customizable screens

Align your learning content with your brand look and feel and wider learner journey with customization options in activities

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End of activity screens (final slides)

How to edit the final slide

End of course screens

How to edit the course completion screen

FAQs


End of activity screens (final slides)

End of activity screens (or final slides) signpost that a learner has completed all required components of an activity (lesson or assessment). Final slides can be customized in both slideshow and conversational lessons, as well as assessments.

When you create a new activity, you’ll have a default final slide set up for you. You can customize this slide in the editing panel. Take a look at the steps below for a step-by-step guide.

How to edit the final slide

Slideshow lesson

  • Select the final slide from the overview panel
  • In the editing panel, switch the toggle to Yes turn all customization options on
  • Edit the text and image fields as you wish. You can include images or GIFs in the icon field
  • Select a theme color; the font color will update automatically to suggest light or dark text depending on the background color you choose, but you can manually select this if you prefer
  • Choose between dark or light button style and add your button text
  • Your edits will automatically be saved; continue editing other slides or click ‘Done’ if you’d like to return to the course homepage
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Conversational lesson

  • Hover over the final slide bubble and click the pen tool to pull up the slide editor
  • In the editing panel, switch the toggle to Yes turn all customization options on
  • Edit the text and image fields as you wish. You can include images or GIFs in the icon field
  • Add the button text
  • Click ‘Save and Exit
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Assessment

  • Select the results slide from the overview panel
  • In the editing panel, specify whether the assessment should have a minimum score by toggling this on or off
    • If setting a minimum score, set this by typing or using the arrows to select a multiple of 10
  • Edit the Passing / Failing messaging by switching between the options on the toggle
  • Select a theme color; the font color will update automatically to suggest light or dark text depending on the background color you choose, but you can manually select this if you prefer
  • Choose between dark or light button style
  • Your edits will automatically be saved; continue editing other slides or click ‘Done’ if you’d like to return to the course homepage
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End of course screen

End of course screens appear once a learner has completed all lessons and assessments within a course. They can be customized to align with your brand look and feel, and can include deep links to direct learners to the next stage of their journey.

When you create a new course, you’ll have a default course completion screen set up for you. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to customise this screen.

How to edit the course completion screen

  • From your course homepage, click ‘View screen
  • In the editing panel, switch the toggle to Yes turn all customization options on
  • Edit the text and image fields as you wish. You can include images or GIFs in the icon field
  • Select a theme color; the font color will update automatically to suggest light or dark text depending on the background color you choose, but you can manually select this if you prefer
  • Choose between dark or light button style and add your button text
  • If you’d like to direct learners to a link of your choice, switch the toggle on to Use a custom link and enter the destination URL
    • You can include a secondary link which gives learners the option to return to their learning dashboard. To do this, switch the toggle on to Show a link to the dashboard
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FAQs

Q: Can I add a link to the end of activity screen?

A: External links can be added to course completion screens, but not end of activity screens. This is because we want to encourage learners to complete the course, and directing them out of the course before they finish can lead to high drop-off rates.