As an author in Studio you are able to define which page a user navigates to when they click Next or Continue in the published output. The feature thus allows more scenario based content to be developed.
This feature is controlled by a new Navigation mode on the Project Properties, General tab. By default, projects behave exactly as they do now, in ‘Linear’ Navigation mode. However, selecting the new ‘Dynamic’ Navigation mode, allows you to control the next page that a user navigates to when they click Next or Continue in an assessment.
When Dynamic navigation is enabled, the Page Properties dialogue, General tab, has a new Next page combo box, which you can use to specify the page navigated to when the Next button is clicked. The default setting for this is the next page in the course.
You can disable navigation to the next page by setting Next page to a value of Do nothing. The learner then can't navigate forwards in the course until the next page is set by an interaction on the page, or they click on an image or text hyperlink on the page.
In Studio, when Dynamic navigation is specified, the Project Overview panel displays an additional Next Page column, that shows the values specified by the author.
When using Dynamic navigation mode, in the published output where a next page is specified, the player will navigate to the specified page when Next is clicked (or Continue from an assessment), irrespective of the specified pages visibility. The player maintains a stack of previous pages, so that when the learner clicks Previous, the course navigates to the previously visited pages, rather than as in Linear mode, the previous non-hidden page.