Displaying scores can be as easy as “You scored 5/10”, but that doesn’t always cut it. If you'd find it helpful to show scores for all outcomes, not just the winning one, here's how you can do it.

Your involve.me projects can show scores for all outcomes in a list.

It can show the outcome distribution by points:

Or it can show the outcome distribution by percentage with bar charts:

To activate this function, simply click the score element (drag and drop one into your outcome page if you haven't already) and on the right side of your screen you'll see this:

Tick "Distribution of all outcome points". This will add a list of scores for all the outcomes in your project. Alternatively, ticking "Distribution of all outcomes in %" will show the score's percentage for each outcome.

Keep in mind that this is only displayed correctly when there is a score to be counted, so you won’t be able to see the distribution with actual values in the editor nor the in design preview.

To see what your users will see, click "Preview design" and "TRY IT" to try how the scores are displayed.

With the Score element, you can also limit the amount of outcomes that are shown (eg. top 3 scores), you just need to set the limit.

If you'd like to display the winning score differently, you can drag & drop in a second score element with the default "Outcome points for {outcome name}" ticked. You can style this element as you like.

For more information on scores, check the article: How are scores calculated?

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