Create, configure, build, test, and preview scenarios in a simple point and click interface that is easy to navigate.
Our scenario editor is mobile-friendly.
A scenario a collection of interconnected nodes, where each node represents a decision, contextual information, feedback, consequence start, or endpoint.
The Scenario Editor pulls together all the tools you need to build a scenario
Help: Look for the icon in the editor to find in context help or hover over the button for more information.
Preview: Opens the scenario in the Player in a new browser tab.
Publish: Publish the latest changes to your Maze. The publish process allows you make changes without affecting the live version. You can also make a change and publish those changes to a new link, without affecting any existing links.
NEW! Present: Starts a live group play so others can join in!
Collaborate: Invite team member to edit and control their access:
Click the on the the unlinked choice on the edge of the node.
Link the node together to build a scenario.
Click the + or click and drag the + to the node you want to link a choice to:
Edit the node properties, and it should adapt properties of the node in question. After the first node is populated, the author will need to create another node and connect the nodes together.
Edit: Edit the node settings and text.
Desktop preview: Preview what the Node looks like in the player on large screen.
Tablet preview: Preview what the Node looks like in the player on medium screen.
Mobile preview: Preview what the Node looks like in the player on small screen.
Tags are optional, but help keep things organized.
The title field is optional.
Pro tip: Use "%answer%" in the editor to pipe forward the last selected choice.
Choices are what link the nodes together. Each Scene node must have at least one choice.
Add or subtract points for selecting this choice
Add or subtract time (in seconds) from the clock when a user selects this choice
Boost engagement by showing not telling. Simulate the feeling of real-world pressure by limiting the time. Show impact with credits. Reach deeper thinking by shuffling choices. The feeling of stress can significantly change someone's decisions. Limiting the scenario time creates pressure on the user to make decisions faster to complete the learning scenario.
Use the settings together to create a rich and engaging learning experience!