I am new in the adalo game and I like what I have seen so far.
But I’m currently stuck with a problem where I can’t get any further.
I have the following collections in the database:
Each game has several quizzes, each quiz has a specific game.
A quiz has 10 tasks, which have to be solved sequentially. The user earns points for each correct answer
Each task is divided into four pages:
- intro page (short description)
- quiz page
- hint page (popup)
- solution page (right or wrong)
This process repeats until all 10 tasks are solved and the quiz is completed.
I just can’t figure out the best way to build the database or create condition so that after each 1-4 the next record is inserted.
Currently I am doing it with a custom list. I remove all areas and put a button in it. in the settings I sort from 1 to X and hide everything except the first entry.
This way, the entry for the first task is transferred to the next page as soon as the user clicks on the button. I can easily replace the areas via magic text. However, it becomes problematic when a task is completed and the user returns to the intro page to solve the next task.
Do you have any ideas on how I can implement this with adalo in the easiest way? Can I only access the data via lists or is there another way? If so, how do I access entries 2, 3, …?