We knew you'd get up to some cool stuff with Thrive Quiz Builder, but we seem to have underestimated just how creative you’d get...
This is a look inside the Thrive Quiz Builder questions editor from one of our customers. With more than 100 different questions sprawled out over multiple branches. This is quite the creation.
This definitely impressed us. But it also made us realize something;
If all you overachievers out there were going to insist on building such monstrosities, we’d have to make the workflow a little easier.
A few of you reached out and told us exactly what you needed:
The kind of quizzes I want to create are psychological test type quizzes, which tend to have the same options all through the questions (for example, "agree," "disagree," and "neutral," that kind of thing). And with those kinds of tests, questions can often run as long as 20 or even 50.
So my question is, can you make it possible for us to be able to duplicate the options across across questions, instead of having to write them out afresh each time?
And we listened.
1-Click Question Duplication
We’ve added a duplicate question feature, so you can quickly and easily make copies of a question and its answers.
This is helpful in situations like the one above, where you have a lot of 'yes/no" or agree/disagree" answers. You can just duplicate a previous question and change out the question text.
Complex Quizzes Just Got a Lot Easier to Make
The duplicate feature also makes life easier if an answer to a question excludes more than one result.
Say you’re doing a ‘what is your necklace style’ quiz. At the end you recommend a selection of necklaces based on their results.
If your visitor indicates they get rashes from the metals in cheaper jewelry, you want to make sure their results don't include any low cost metal necklaces.
The problem is, you want to ask them all of the same questions in terms of what style they prefer.
For this, you'd want to create a branching quiz:
You can basically create two copies of the same quiz, but one side only reveals results that don't include metal, and the other side includes all possible results.
How to Duplicate a Question
To use this new feature you just have to hover over the question you want to duplicate and click on the duplicate icon:
Make sure you've updated to the latest version of Thrive Quiz Builder to access this new feature.
Is this feature going to be helpful for you? Have you come up with any crazy and complex quizzes like the one above? Let us know in the comments below!