I recently had a former student contact me with a question about a Storyline 360 drag and drop interaction. She wanted to use the results of a drag and drop interaction to change the appearance of an object. After several failed attempts, she threw her hands in the air and got in touch with me. I put together a quick email response for her, and decided that it might make for a good YouTube tutorial.
In this Storyline 360 drag and drop lesson we will create a variable that will be used to store the results of a drag and drop interaction on slide 1. We will then create a trigger on slide 2 that sets the state of a multi-state object, according to the value stored in the variable.