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Admin: Question Training

Ok, now that you have some content in the course, you can start to quiz your employees. Don’t panic! These are placed in the course just like content, there are just a couple more quick steps to making a custom question.

Click the plus and select “question” and the create question window opens. Here's the breakdown:

Multiple Choice 

The “Title” Field is what will appear on the table of contents (you can hide this at the top if you would like a pop quiz.) This is a good place to number your questions. We recommend adding some key words to help you organize or make changes in the future

The “Question” field is what you’re actually asking of the employee.

“Additional Content” can be used for big questions, like critical thinking exercises.

The “choices” field is for making the responses your employees will select.


The course builder requires 2+ choices to be added in order to measure the employee’s understanding of the data. If the answer given is a correct answer, click the “correct” check box. If you forget to mark a question correct then the course/quiz will never be considered complete, so make sure to always mark your answers!

Take some time to build out your questions: consider the common mistakes made by your employees, and create questions to rule these flaws out of your workforce.

Use “Correct answer feedback” to display text when the user gets an answer correct. They won’t know until the end if it’s left blank. The same rules apply for “Incorrect answer feedback,” except you can also upload add a video to give your employees a refresher.

At the end of the course, place a “Submit & Score” tile. This will determine the accuracy of all the questions answered in the course.

Free Response

It's just like it sounds! Add your question and the user will be presented with a blank text box to fill in their answer. Note that this needs to be graded by a Reporting Admin once the course is completed!

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