How Can I Set My “National Donut Day” Quiz Template

How to Set Up “National Donut Day” Quiz Template

Written by AryelLast update 5 months ago

If you're interested in creating an engaging quiz experience using the "National Donut Day" template, you're in the right place. Quiz experiences are known to be engaging, but they can be complex to set up correctly. Let's analyze the template together.

The template is structured with three questions, each with two possible answers. In the final scene, the ideal donut flavor will be recommended based on the previously given answers.

As you can see from the image, the number of scenes is greater than the number of questions in the test. This is because the test follows a tree-like structure (we will analyze this in more detail later), which takes into account the given answers.

Now let's analyze the scene assets and how to set them up correctly. Each scene contains an image box that displays the question and the two possible answers.

To create the images for the test easily, especially if you lack image creation and editing skills, you can use Canva, a simple and free but powerful tool.

Now we'll guide you through the scenes:

Introductory Scene

"Let's start" button

By clicking on this button, users can start the quiz. The button is interactive and will transition to the next scene where the quiz begins (see image). Through the "Show" and "Hide" interactions, the button will only appear once the user's face is detected.


This element adds a frame to the scene that we will include in each scene. Refer to this guide to learn how to configure the frame of a campaign.

Intro Box

This is our first box. There are no specific interactions for this box, and it is included to introduce the user to the experience.

Quiz Scenes

We have now reached the actual quiz scenes. Just like in the subsequent scenes (2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d), you will find an audio file and a box containing the question and the two possible answers.

National Donut Day Frame

As previously explained, this is the frame that will be present in every scene of the experience.

Answer Sound Effects (SFX - Right / SFX - Left)

The audio is used to provide sound feedback when the user selects the answer by tilting their head (we'll discuss this further in the interactions section).

Donut Day Question

These boxes serve as containers for the questions and answers of the scene.


Each answer box has four interactions within it, as shown in the image below.

Audio (SFX - Right / SFX - Left)

Once the head is tilted and the answer is given, this interaction will trigger the previously mentioned audio.

*Next Scene Name* (Go-to-scene interaction)

This interaction allows you to move to the corresponding next scene based on the given answer. The name given to the interaction indicates which next scene it is connected to, depending on whether the head was tilted to the right or left. Make sure to set Delay=1 (or a higher value) to create a smoother effect during the experience giving the audio interaction the time to activate.

Sequence of Scenes

The most complex part of creating a quiz experience is managing the number and order of scenes. However, it becomes easy to understand when you think about the tree-like structure shown in the following image.

By analyzing this structure, it will be easy to understand how the passages are structured. After each answer, you will move to a specific scene. In this way, in the final scenes that display the results, the correct result will be shown based on the path followed by the given answers.

That's all you need to know about the "National Donut Day" quiz template. Now you can create your personalized quiz!

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