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This article dives into the new set of variable components that have been added to Evolve.

These components provide a way for the learner to input a value that can then be saved into a variable. The variable can then display its value inside the course or be used in a trigger*.*

Text area component


  • Allows the learner to write text into a text area or text input that is submitted via the submit button.
  • The text can be edited via the edit button if enabled.
  • Once submitted, the text can be saved into a Variable by enabling it in the Behaviour tab of the component.

Number input component


  • Allows the learner to enter a number that is submitted via the submit button.
  • The input can restrict the min and max value that can be entered.
  • The number can be edited via the edit button if enabled.
  • Once submitted, the number can be saved into a Variable by enabling in the Behaviour tab of the component.

Slider input component


  • Allows the learner to select a number on a horizontal slider that is submitted via the submit button.
  • The slider can restrict the min and max value that can be selected.
  • The slider can be edited via the edit button if enabled.
  • Once submitted, the number can be saved into a Variable by enabling in the Behaviour tab of the component.

Select component


  • Allows the learner to select an option from a dropdown that is submitted via the submit button.
  • The label and value for each select option can be set independently.
  • The select can be edited via the edit button if enabled.
  • Once submitted, the selected options value can be saved into a Variable by enabling in the Behaviour tab of the component.

Radio group component


  • Allows the learner to select an option from a radio group that is submitted via the submit button.
  • The label and value for each radio group option can be set independently.
  • The select can be edited via the edit button if enabled.
  • Once submitted, the selected radio value can be saved into a Variable by enabling in the Behaviour tab of the component.

Checkbox group component


  • Similar to the Radio Group however each Option can be saved to a different variable
  • This means multiple user answers can be saved to different variables at one time
  • Allows more flexibility in the type of triggers you can create

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