With FlexiQuiz, you can send a custom email to test-takers based on a pass or fail score. Emails can be a great way to keep test-takers engaged by sharing their score, feedback, words of encouragement, or share the next steps.
You can choose to automatically send an email when the quiz is submitted or at a later time. You can share a custom message in any language with the option to attach an answers PDF and certificate.
This guide shows you how to:
Automatic result notifications are emailed as soon as the quiz is submitted.
Top tip! Emails can only be sent to participants with a valid email address.
PDF of results: Attach a PDF. You can configure the information on the PDF through the results screen.
Certificate: Attach a custom certificate when students pass the test.
How to customize the email:
Your updates are automatically saved. Emails will be sent to qualifying test-takers when their quiz is submitted.
You can send results to test-takers (with a valid email address) at any time directly from your Analyze screen.
A pop-up will appear and ask if you are ready to send the email. Top tip! You can customize the email on the Notifications screen.
A pop-up will appear to confirm that the email has been sent.
There are various ways to capture the test-takers email address depending on how you share your quiz.
Respondent accounts: You can provide an email address on the username or email address fields.
Email invite: The results notification will be sent to the email you provide on the initial invite.
Quiz link: You will need to capture an email address using a registration page. You can also mandate the email address field to ensure the test-taker provides the information.
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is a TCP protocol used for sending emails. SMTP cannot store or retrieve emails.
SMTP emails are sent from your domain, and you are responsible for managing opt outs.
SMTP sends the email from the FlexiQuiz server to your server so that the result email contains the correct FlexiQuiz information and can be sent.
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