Creating Daisy Chained Decks
Daisy Chaining multiple decks together allows you to have the learner go through your content in a specific linear order.
The Daisy Chain editing tools are located in the Category edit screen.
From this screen, you can activate the Daisy Chain feature (there must be more than one deck). Once activated, you can choose the % of cards that need to be flipped (10%-100%) in order to unlock the next deck. You also have the option to re-set all unlocked progress, this is essentially a hard re-set for all users so use wisely.
You will now notice the decks have lock icons between them.
Note: You can still re-arrange the deck order, however, this will disrupt the user's experience and will lock decks that were once unlocked, and unlock decks that were once locked. Best practice is to leave the order alone once the Daisy Chain has been activated.
Creating Content Workflow
Create a strawman of content using either the word document that you have or in a PPT slide This allows you to track changes or add change notes to the document creating a final version. You are able to map out the FLIP structure at this stage as ...
Deck Aesthetics & Admin Features
Deck Overview & Aesthetics Decks are the container or repository for a specified number of Cards. A Deck typically addresses one topic or module of learning. A FLIP deck is uniquely designed with micro-learning in mind. A best practice for deck ...
Creating a Card
Once you have created your Deck: Within the Deck, click on the Create Card button in the top left of the screen to build a Card. Creating a Card first: Locate and expand the Content section in the main nav. Click on the Cards section. Click on the ...
Creating a Deck
Once you have created your Category: Within the Category, click on the Create Deck button in the far-left position. If a Category is pre-existing: Locate and expand the Content section in the main nav. Click on the Decks section. Click on the ...
Creating a Trigger
Step 1 Create a Card to trigger other Cards Create your Cards first so they are ready to choose when creating your Triggers. Only certain Card Types allow triggers (the above red blocks DO NOT allow triggers). Step 2 Create your Trigger Connection ...