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Starter Scenario Conversational Captivate
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In this video, we're going to take a look at the structure of our Starter Conversational Scenario template, and how to make a few edits to the file.
This is a multi-slide template.
On slide 1, we've included a 2-option scenario.
The user is presented with scenario content at right of our characters, and two options to select from.
When they press one of these options, a feedback group opens, and its state changes based on the user's selection.
To edit content in the main scenario, select an element and adjust as desired.
Colors and styles can be edits using any of the formatting tools in the style pane.
Make sure to double check states when editing.
Speaking of states, to edit the feedback content, you'll need to enable the feedback_group in the timeline, then select the content box or image you'd like to change.
In either case, you'll need to use the states pane to access the different content/images used for each selection.
Slide 2 presents a 3-option scenario.
Functionality and editability is the same as the previous slide.
Slide 3 is a very straightforward conclusion slide.
Edit the text box or elements on screen as desired using built-in formatting options.
There are no direct linkages between slides in this file.
If you'd like to remove one or another of the scenarios, just delete what you don't want, and you're good to go.