Sharing your FlexiQuiz
Once you have created and configured your online quiz, test, or course, you'll need to decide how you would like to share it with others.
Do you want to share your quiz publicly, as part of your blog or social media campaign?
Do you want to share your content privately for exams, assessments, or compliance testing?
Whatever your reason, FlexiQuiz makes it super easy to publish and distribute your content.
By sharing your quiz online, responses are tracked, saved and automatically scored.
Take a look at the ways you can share your FlexiQuiz.
Use quiz link
FlexiQuiz will provide you with a URL linking directly to your online test or quiz. This quiz link can be copied and pasted into your channels such as emails, blogs, social media, or web pages. Paid plan members can also personalize the URL so it looks more user-friendly.
This distribution option provides loads of flexibility for any quiz maker and so works well for a variety of reasons such as:
- Publicly sharing an interactive quiz to drive leads or brand awareness.
- Selling quizzes
- Privately sharing your quiz with a selected audience such as your class, team, or department.
Top tip! To track who responds to your quiz, you need to add a registration page as without this, the FlexiQuiz system is unable to identify participants.
Learn how to distribute your FlexiQuiz content with a quiz link.
Send email invites
You can send a custom email to participants directly from your FlexiQuiz account. Each email contains a unique URL for learners to access your content and enables the FlexiQuiz software to automatically track responses.
The option works well when you know who your target audience is such as your students, employees, or a marketing audience.
The benefits of this distribution option are:
- You can easily track and manage if people have started or submitted the quiz.
- Students don't need to register to complete the quiz as their responses are tracked through the email address you provide.
- Provides additional security and minimizes cheating by limiting distribution of your quiz.
Learn how to send and manage email invites.
Assign to Users
You can assign a quiz to a users Respondent, Trainer, or Admin account.
Users can login to their personal account with their unique username and password. From their dashboard, they can view and complete any assigned quizzes.
Respondent accounts work well for regular testing and sharing a group of quizzes. These are some examples of where Respondent accounts work well.
- Employee engagement and training such as annual compliance or product knowledge tests.
- Educators sharing a course of quizzes, tests, or exams for personal development.
Learn how to assign tests to Respondents.
Assign to a Group
Create a group of users and assign a quiz to everyone in the group with just 3 clicks.
The FlexiQuiz groups feature helps you work more efficiently when managing a large group of test takers. Examples of where groups work well include:
- Managing students based on their class or grade.
- Managing employees based on their department or location.
Embed a quiz
You can embed a quiz and Respondent account on your site so that users never have to leave your website to take a test. You can also embed a quiz on various other platforms including Shopify, Wix, Wordpress, Blogger or Joomia.
FlexiQuiz will provide you with some HTML code within an iframe to add to the website.
The embed options works well if you would like to provide a branded experience for your test-takers. For example:
Selling quizzes, courses, or examinations direct from your website
Sharing quizzes with students or employees.
Learn more about how to embed a quiz.
Print a quiz
You can also create your own printable quiz.
This option works well for a number of question types including multiple-choice, picture choice, or fill-in-the-blanks.
This guide shows you how to print out your quizzes.
Top Tip! No matter how you share your FlexiQuiz, don't forget to open your quiz when you're ready for it to go live. People cannot see your content when the quiz is in design or closed.
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