Custom fail for quizzes

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John

We introduced a Quiz feature last year and now it’s even better with the addition of custom messages and redirect URLs for people who fail.

This means you can show a custom message to someone who passes a quiz, and a different message to someone who fails – a perfect opportunity for words of encouragement, or a disparaging remark.

If you want more control, you can use the custom redirect URL to send users to pages on your own site – again, one for people who pass, and one for people who fail.

The user’s score is automatically appended to the redirect URL so you can change your display as you see fit.

Note this feature is a pro account feature only.

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3 comments on “Custom fail for quizzes

  1. Thank you very much, Christa. I have a pro-account, so I should be able to view who took the quiz, with what results and be able to give auto-feedback about this. Thanks!
    Erik
  2. Hello Erik, Yes, you can make great quizzes in Polldaddy! Currently, once the participant completes the quiz, you can show them a final score, or the full results, but it's not possible to e-mail the score to the participant automatically. With a paid account, you can see individual participant data, including their score, and e-mail address (you will need to ask the participants to enter their e-mail address). You can set up the quiz to automatically send responses to you via e-mail. If you have any further questions, it's best to give us a shout in support at: support [at] polldaddy [dot] com. Krista
    Krista
  3. Hello, Great you can make quizzes in Poll Daddy! I have a question/some feedback for development of this option. I would like to create a quiz, with twenty questions, accessible for the public through my website. Is it possible that the attendants receive an email confirming they took part in the quiz, including their score? Also, I would like to be able to see this info: - who joined the quiz? - what was their score? - what is their emailaddress? Could you elaborate on this for me? Thanks a lot! Kind regards, Erik (the Netherlands)
    Erik
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