(multiple) find the hotspots in Question Set

I think it would be really useful to add the content types find the hotspots into the Question Set.

I would give much more diversity in the Question Set content type.

I myself would love to use it to make topographic questions where the user has to click the right location on a chart of a country. I tried the column option but i disliked this way. My students are in the age of 6 to 12. They need to see one task at the time. And not have the ability to scroll down. It is distracting for them. (as i have found out)

Hopefuly (like i always say) my thoughts and ideas are described well enough in English and understandable.



PS: Love using h5p everyday more and more!

Add Find the Hotspot / Multiple Hotspots in Question Set
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BV52's picture

Hi Mitchz,

Thanks a lot for contributing your ideas on how to make H5P better! We’re now working on something called the H5P supporter program allowing the H5P community to vote for and fund the top voted H5P features. Also there are developers in the community who every now and then works on a feature they find interesting or useful.

It's good to hear that you are enjoying using H5P :-)



Option to include hotspot activities in course presentation would be useful.


BV52 - How does/will the voting work btw? The current list is long and there are overlaps etc. Will you compile a clear list of features and then ask people to vote?



BV52's picture

Hi Scotty,

Thank you for the input. 

Afaik that is the plan. The list will be compiled and overlapping/similar requests will be combined.


I figured out a hacky solution to create this.  Basically I used Slider Pro (code canyon ) and inserted h5p code into an html slide.  Add new slides with h5p find the hotspot shorcode.  Done!  You now have navigation!  NOTE:  this was tested for xAPI, using "find the hotspot" and "interactive video".  All interactions were recorded properly on my LRS (learning locker)

BV52's picture

Hi Jimmy,

Thanks you very much for the tip :-)


Hi, just wanted to add a little weight behind this request. A few of our customers (I work for a Moodle partner) have been asking about this. Would be great to see. :)

otacke's picture

Hey eddyc123!

It is not prohibited to fund features ;-)