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Kelli Gonzalez-Brooks

Same. I need a place where the learner can capture their thoughts without any judgement of a right or wrong answer. It would be helpful if there was a "free-form" option. Not everything is black and white and self-refection is an important part of learning, growth, and development. Is there any type of work-around I can use?

Alyssa Gomez

Hello, Kelli!

Rise 360 knowledge check blocks require correct and incorrect answers. The best way to add open-ended survey questions to your lesson is to embed a survey from a third-party tool (like Google Forms or Survey Monkey) using a Multimedia Embed block. 

Use this iFrame code format for easy embedding!
<iframe src="URL HERE"></iframe>

Holly Kidson

We're currently using the Google Forms embed work-around for this, but this feature is often requested by our customers!  It would be so nice if it were built-in.  Is this something that's on the horizon?

If we could just remove the X and the check mark somehow, that would be fine too.  I want to capture the responses in the LMS rather than a separate platform, if possible.