Two new features added to SnapApp: Score Range quizzes and apps with multiple questions per page

October 7, 2011 | SnapApp Marketing

Yesterday, we added two great new features to SnapApp that have been frequently requested by our customers.

  1. A new type of quiz called a Score Range quiz, where each answer choice is assigned a numerical score, and the result is determined based on sum of the user’s points. You can use this type of quiz with right and wrong answers and use Pass/Fail, grades or levels as results. You can also use Score Range quizzes to do personal assessments (e.g., “How healthy is your relationship on a scale of 1 to 100?”).
  2. The ability to display more than one question on a single page of a quiz. Now there is a control you can use to allocate questions among the pages of your quiz. If you have a 10 question quiz, you could display the questions on 10 separate pages like they are now, or you could adjust that and display 3 questions on the first page, 5 on the second page, and 2 on the last page, if you want.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then an actual functioning example is probably worth a million words. So, try the example quiz below, which is a 6-question Score Range Quiz, with 3 questions on each page. In this example, there are three possible score results ranges, 0-60, 61-95, and 96-100, which correspond to different levels of knowledge and expertise about some recent Facebook updates.

Don't get left out. Subscribe to our blog and always be in the know.

Fresh Off The Press

Don't get left out. Subscribe to our blog and always be in the know.