With clickable pictures, have option to NOT reveal if the click was right/wrong (in the box or not).
Right now if you use a clickable picture, the user gets instantaneous feedback if they were right or wrong. Their click shows up as a green check or yellow X on their device. Also, if I want to reveal the clicks on the presenter screens as they are coming in, so the audience can see what everyone is clicking on, it will show which clicks are correct or not. I would like the clicks markers to all be the same (possibly blue) then when the timer runs out, I can reveal who was correct and who was incorrect and have the "in-box" clicks turn green and the "out of box" clicks turn red or yellow.
Example of application: I give medical lectures and show medical images like X-rays. Students are asked to click on the abnormality they perceive. I want to see the different answers as they come in so we can discuss the different findings that students perceive, and it is important to have this discussion before they know which one is correct.
Done! If you are hiding the clickable regions with our show/hide button (eyeball icon) then all of the click markers will appear the same green color. If you show the clickable regions by clicking the eyeball icon then incorrect responses should only then turn yellow. Check it out and let us know what you think!
yes please! I want audience to see their responses as their coming in, makes it more exciting, but wtihout giving away if it's right or wrong.