About This Feature

Quizzes serve as a tool for community operators to evaluate and reinforce learning progress within courses. Quizzes enhance course engagement and completion rates. These assessments offer insights into learners' strengths and areas requiring assistance, promoting a more targeted learning experience. 

How It Works

  • The Quiz feature comes with options for Single Select and Multiple Select questions. 
  • Scoring is determined by correct or incorrect responses configured by the Admins. 
  • Admin can View submission by members, see their answers for each question.
  • Members will see one question at a time so that their progress can be saved and resumed later.

How To Setup a Quiz

  1. Inside a curriculum module, add a quiz by clicking the add icon “+” and selecting “Quiz” as the content type.

  2. Edit the Quiz cover by adding an attractive cover photo and a brief description. Click 'Setup Questions' when ready to add questions to the quiz.

  3. Begin building the quiz using the editor. Available question types include:
  • 'Single Correct Answer' question: Members pick one option.  Pro tip: This question type can also be used for “True/False” questions.
  • 'Multiple Correct Answers' question: Members must select ALL the correct options for the question to be counted as correct.

Then, fill out the fields and specify the correct answer(s). 

  1. Double-check all questions and ensure all fields are completed. Every question needs at least one correct answer. The quiz cannot be saved with invalid questions in the error state.  

  2. When ready, save the quiz and look out for member submissions!


How To View Quiz Submissions 

  1. Navigate to the quiz drawer's right-hand side and switch to the “Submissions” tab.

  2. Click on “View Quiz Submissions” to access the comprehensive view of member submissions.

  3. Use the tab switcher located at the top right corner to navigate between various views. Each tab offers a distinct way to examine member submissions:
  • Overview: This submission table displays member results and submission date & time. You can apply filters, sort data, and export a CSV file.
  • Individual Submissions: This view presents individual submission reports, showcasing scores and responses to each question.
    Note: Both complete and incomplete submissions are visible in this list. Admins can see in-progress submissions.
  • Question Summary: Gain insights from graphs and charts that illustrate answer trends. This view visualizes the percentage of each answer option, providing valuable insight into members' responses to each question.

Important Considerations

  • Once the quiz is saved and members start submitting their answers to a quiz, you cannot edit the questions. 
  • If you want to build a quiz over multiple sessions, you could create that quiz in an unreleased module. That allows you to continue editing the quiz before members can start submitting their answers.


Q: Can quizzes be added outside of a curriculum module?

A: As of v1, quizzes can only be added within a curriculum module. We plan to enable standalone quizzes outside of curriculum modules.

Q: Can I include open-ended questions in quizzes?

A: Currently, you can select “Single Correct Answer” or “Multiple Correct Answers” from question types. The inclusion of open-ended questions is planned for a future update.

Q: How is quiz scoring determined?

A: Scoring is based on the correct and incorrect answers configured by the admin during quiz setup.

Q: Can members pause a quiz and resume later?

A: Yes, members can take breaks during the quiz. We present one question at a time, allowing progress to be saved. This way, members can continue where they left off without losing any progress.

Q: Is retaking a quiz possible for members?

A: Members are currently limited to one quiz attempt. However, community operators have the flexibility to reset a member's submission by deleting it, to enable retakes if necessary. 

Please note that answer keys are revealed at the end of the quiz upon submission, which members might have seen.