No this isn't possible - that is an intentional design decision. It sounds like you may get the best results by trimming out the lower levels of your IA for the purposes of the initial tree test; you could individually test those lower levels later if you thought it necessary. In your example, it might be that the landing page should be the end node for the sake of this test.
However, keep in mind that you will be provided with a full record of the paths that your participants took, so you will be able to see how many participants travelled via a certain parent node.
If you would like me to take a look at your proposed tree and tasks to make any recommendations on the tree setup, just email [email blocked].
3 Posted by Sree Bhandaram on 13 Feb, 2012 08:23 PM
I have a similar problem, I'm using TreeJack to verify a
sitemap. In the attached screenshot, as a solution to one of my
tasks, I would want people to click on the About node and expect to
find the "I'd find it here" button. The reason for this is that
each page in the tree has different content. Is there a workaround
or a setting that lets me use an intermediate node as a solution
The short answer is that "About" is the page, and that the
subsections in the tree are pieces of content on the page. You can
either specify that all subsections of the "About" page are
correct, or you can remove the subsections entirely so that "About"
is only possible answer.
I hope this helps - let me know if anything needs