Use Quikify AI to create a role playing scenario that presents your user with a conversation between two characters, followed by any activity - True or False, Multiple Choice, Fill in the Blank, etc.
This article will guide you through everything you need to know about Conversation:
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In this scenario, imaging your user is a fly on the wall in a workplace setting. They read a back-and-forth conversation between 2 characters. Once the character conversation ends, your user needs to answer questions related to the conversation. This activity has timed questions and awards your user points and a badge on completion.
Use Conversation in the middle or at the end of a course to help reinforce key learning objectives from prior activities.
Here are some items to keep in mind when you're writing a Conversation:
- Keep your sentences short and to the point
- Ensure a consistent tone and style
- Your question content should refer to the Conversation slide content
- Never use more that 4 slides per section, as your user can only remember so much information before answering questions
For the best user experience, we recommend 4 or less slides.
Quickify AI automatically switches the character image from side to side, starting on the left side of the screen.
Below are the file specifications needed for adding images to your scenario.
Image - Background
|1920 x 1080
Character Image - Icon
|500 x 500
Click on the links below to download working files:
The primary focus of the image should be within the safe zone to ensure the image works in most aspect ratios.
The question content will be based on what activity content you have chosen.
Do I have to use a character image?
You can use a logo, symbol, or chat icon instead of a character but keep in mind, you'll need two different logos, symbols or icons - one for each character.
Chat Icon Example
I don't have images for my scenario. What should I do?
You can generate any scenario images directly in the Quickify AI editor.
Here are some direct examples to help you visualize Conversation format and layout.