Component Configuration: Quiz
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The Quiz Component lets you make quizzes for webinar participants with set questions and answers. You decide how many correct answers are needed to pass and whether participants can retake the quiz if they fail to pass.


  1. Keep Attention. They make webinars more exciting and keep participants focused.

  2. Check Understanding. Quizzes help see how well participants grasp the webinar content.

  3. Remember Information. They reinforce important points and help participants remember what they've learned.

  4. Encourage Participation. Quizzes make webinars more interactive, encouraging participants to get involved.

  5. Quick Feedback. Feedback from quizzes helps presenters and participants understand how well the information is being absorbed.

  6. Make it Fun. Adding a quiz adds a fun and competitive element to the webinar.

  7. Tailor to Content. Quizzes can be customized to fit the specific goals and content of the webinar.

How to Add Quiz Component:

  1. Click Components on the toolbar on the top menu next to Interface Builder.

  2. Scroll down and find Quiz, then click Add.

  3. After clicking the Add button, you'll see it added to your component toolbox with a Quiz icon.

  4. Click the Quiz icon, and a window box will open. Next, click the gear icon and select Configure, and a new box with fields will pop up.

    • Quiz Name - enter the title of your quiz.

    • Quiz Description - add a brief description of the quiz. Try to limit the length to three or four sentences.

    • Show Quiz

      1. On Dock: The Quiz Component will only appear on the left side menu within the Audience Interface.

      2. When Webinar Ends: The Quiz Component will only appear as a pop-up at the end of your webinar.

      3. Add Questions button: Click the Add Questions button to add questions to your quiz.

        • Question: Write the quiz question.

        • Description: Add extra text to explain or support your question.

        • Question Type:

          • Checkbox: Participants can choose multiple answers.

          • Dropdown: Attendees pick one option from a list.

          • Radio Button: Choose a single option from a short list, ideal for yes or no questions.

          • Text Area: Collect a paragraph or two of text.

        • Text Field: Gather a single-word or short-sentence response (e.g., name, street address).

      4. Add Text Button: Add text between questions to encourage or assist attendees.

      5. Add Separator Button: Click to add a separator between questions or sections of questions within the quiz.

      6. Pass Point Percentage: Set the percentage of correct answers required to pass the quiz.

      7. Pass Opportunities: Set the times the attendees can retake the quiz. Select the Unlimited check box to allow b the quiz to be taken as many times as desired.

      8. Result Indicator: Select the Hide Result Indicator check box to hide the results of the questions so that attendees will not know immediately if the answer is right or wrong.

The following is a sample quiz as seen within the Audience Interface Builder.

The following shows a sample quiz from the Audience Interface.

Tips to Write a Better Quiz

Use these ten tips to help you write better quiz questions in your webinar:

  1. Write questions that support your attendee's objectives.

  2. Don’t try to trick your attendees! Keep your questions clear and straightforward.

  3. only include a few options in the answer bank for drag-and-drop or Matching questions. This could get overwhelming for learners. Instead, break a long list of answers into two (or more) separate sections.

  4. Don't rely on True/False questions. They don't test your attendee's knowledge as well as other question types because your learner has a 50/50 chance of answering—or
    guessing—it's right.

  5. If you do use True/False questions, avoid using absolute words like "only," "never," and "always."

  6. avoid using "All of the above" or "None of the above" in your Multiple Choice questions. These can often seem like trick questions or need clarification from attendees.

  7. Be consistent with answer lengths. Since our brains look for patterns and visual cues, this may make the correct answer too obvious.

  8. Make sure your choices for multiple-choice questions are grammatically parallel. One differently phrased choice can mislead attendees.

  9. Use serious distractors—the incorrect choices—for Multiple Choice questions. Distractors aren't the time to make a joke.

  10. Be creative! Attendees will appreciate seeing different question types than the usual ones.

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