When making a deck of Boom Cards, you don't always want a student to just go to the next card after clicking an answer. If you need a more complex structure to your deck, you can create decks that use conditional logic, also known as Flow Magic.
Some of the things you can make with Flow Magic include a clickable table of contents, an interactive story, or an automatic review when a student answers incorrectly.
Note: Custom play settings, including Hiding Cards, do not work on decks that use Flow Magic.
Hands on Learning gives a quick example of how to put Flow Magic into action in their YouTube video How do you use Flow Magic on Boom Cards?
For more advanced uses of Flow Magic, check out our video Flow Magic: Conditional Branching in Boom Cards.