Questions – Advanced settings
When you’re adding a Question to your video, you’d might like to know more about the advanced settings. We will explain them based on the question types.
Multiple Choice and Multiple Response
First of all, you can determine the number of points awarded by answering the question correctly. It can be useful to shuffle the answers, unless there is some kind of sequence in your answers.
Generally, a question will not be repeated if the viewer answers the question incorrectly. If you don’t want that, you can select the ‘Ask questions again if answered incorrectly’ button. The question will now be repeated until the viewer answers it correctly. This setting overrules the action set on the specific answers (for example: ‘jump to a specific part of the video’).
Then you can also change the start time of the question.
It is possible to change a Multiple Choice Question to a Multiple Response Question and vice versa. This is very handy, for example when you already made a Multiple Choice Question and then decide a Multiple Response would fit better.
At the bottom, there are two other buttons that might come in handy. When selected, the first ‘back’ button will be shown when the question appears. When the viewer doesn’t know the answer, for example, he can decide to go back and watch the information again. The second ‘back’ button does the same, but will appear in the feedback screen. This way, the viewer can choose to watch the information again after he knows he choose wrong.
In the advanced settings of the Open Question, you can set a minimum number of characters the answer needs to have. This way, you also force the viewer to give an answer.
You can change this question type to an Entry Question and vice versa.
The other advanced settings of the Open Question are the same as with the Multiple Response- and Multiple Choice Questions.
Most advanced settings of the Entry Question are already explained above. But there is one extra thing.
With the Entry Question, you can put a few words before and/or after the blank. This way you can make a sentence where the viewer has to fill in a specific word.
In the ‘Placeholder’, you can tell the viewer how he should write his answer.
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