[Absorb4] Adding Questions To Absorb Assessments


Applies to: Starter, Pro, Plus, & Enterprise Plans


There are two ways to create an Absorb based Quiz, Exam or Survey. The first would be to directly add it when editing a course in the outline tab, Select "Add Lesson":

A new window will open. From the "Type" drop down menu select either "Assessment: Quiz", "Assessment: Exam", or "Survey", and then hit the "Add" button at the bottom:

You will have then successfully added a Quiz/Exam/Survey to the course. To add questions, you need to go to "Assessments & Surveys":

 You then need to find the course that you just created an exam/quiz/survey in through the course drop-down menu, you can either scroll through the list of courses in the drop down menu, and the select the "Search" button:

 Or you can type out the name of the course directly in the course drop-down menu field and the menu will populate matching results to select, once you have selected the course hit the "Search" button:

Your assessment for that course will then appear. You can then add questions by selecting "Edit" under the Questions column:

You will then be taken to another page to add questions. Select the "Add Question" button:

Fill in the information that you would like to appear for this question and then hit add:

Note that the question fields accept HTML tags to assist in emphasizing parts of your questions. Most common tags will work.

After adding a question you can then add more if you would like or return to the specific assessment or go back to the Assessments & Surveys page:

The second way to add a quiz/exam/survey to a course would be to go directly the Assessments & Surveys page, select or search the course from the drop down menu (as previously described) and hit search and select the "Add Assessment or Survey" button:

Fill in the appropriate information and then select "Submit":

You can then add questions to this exam in the same way as described in the first method.

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