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End Screen for Quizzes, Product Recommendation Quizzes, and Personality Tests

The End Screen is the finale of your experience.

Each field has a 4-arrows icon to the right, allowing you to move it around and define the layout of your end screen.

You can define the main content appearing on each Result, Product, or profile in their respective creation steps.

You can include:

Title: Define an additional common title to appear on the End Screen for all products, profiles, and results.
Description: Define a longer piece of text to sign off the experience common to all products, profiles, and results.

Keep in mind that defining content in these other creation steps as well as in the End Screen will double the amount of content.

Do not display the “Restart” button at the end of the game: Toggling this means players will not be invited to restart the experience, however, refreshing the page will take them back to the beginning of the experience.

Please note, the “Restart” button will always appear at the bottom of the end screen.

The fields that are defined in Results and Products creation steps have a "Do not display" box you can tick so that they don’t appear on the End Screen.

These include:

Profile/ Product title
Profile/ Product image
Player’s score and result (cannot be edited but can be moved around the layout, however, in the Questions step for the Quiz, under Settings, you can enable the “Do not display the score” button)
Profile/ Product description
CTA - Call-to-action button(s)

Some fields may not be present in all app types.

If in doubt:

Define End Screen content on the End Screen step if you want it to be consistent regardless of the result.
Define End Screen content elsewhere if you want it to be conditional, i.e. linked to a profile or winning item. In cases of Product Recommendation Quizzes and Personality Tests, you will typically define most end screen content in the Results/ Products step.

Updated on: 05/02/2024

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