NEW FEATURE: Enhanced Quiz Feedback in Rise

Dec 01, 2017

We’re so excited to share the latest new feature in Rise: enhanced quiz feedback. This new feature lets you display specific feedback to learners depending on their answer choices.

This is super helpful when you want to give learners coaching when they select an incorrect answer. In this video, CTO Arlyn Asch walks you through how it works:

To see all the new features we’ve shipped in Rise recently, check out our What’s New page.

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Colleen Rigsby

Hi Ashley, 

I want to confirm with you... Is there a way to provide the immediate feedback (correct/Incorrect) for each quiz question without revealing the correct answer? I like the "take again" option, but I don't want to give them the answers before they do so. 

In addition, can you allow them to review the course again prior to a quiz "retake?" 

Alyssa Gomez

Hi Colleen,

The answer reveal and question feedback are connected by design, but our team is keeping an eye on requests to separate those pieces. I'll let them know you're also interested in that function, and we'll keep you posted here if anything changes! 

Also, learners are free to use the sidebar menu to review course content before they retake the quiz, as long as you have the sidebar enabled. 

Leslie McKerchie

Hey everyone!

I know Mary and Martin will be glad to hear this and I wanted to pop in with a quick update:

We love knowledge checks so much, we gave them their own space!

Use the Knowledge Check category in the blocks library to add multiple choice, multiple response, fill-in-the-blank, and matching knowledge check blocks to your lessons. And easily switch existing knowledge checks from one question type to another.

You can read all about the latest release here.

Just let us know if you have any further questions.

Leslie McKerchie

Hey Princess,

Thanks for jumping in to share that you're enjoying the new quiz feedback.

We do have a feature request filed to separate the answer reveal from the question feedback, which sounds like what you would like to see as well.

I'll add this conversation to the report so that we can update you here when we can.

Allison LaMotte

Hi Lisa,

Yes, you can create a Quiz in Rise. After you add your lesson title, you have the choice to create either a lesson or a quiz. You'd want to select quiz in your case. Here's an article that walks you through how to do that step by step.

Let me know if there's anything else I can help you with!

Maurice Naragon

Princess Stovall said: "I like the new feature but I can only use it when I turn on the quiz option "reveal answers" in the settings. I don't want my users to see the correct answer if they picked the incorrect choice. The user needs to retake the quiz but it provides the answer."

We would like to reiterate this need that was made 5 months ago. Any progress on this?

Pearson  Clinical

Hello, I've built a quiz in Rise and put the feedback on 'any answer'. But when I check in review I don't see any feedback. 

How can change these setting?

You can give learners immediate feedback and reinforce what they learned by showing the correct answer for each question after they submit their responses. Just select Reveal All Answers. And if you added feedback statements to any questions, learners will see those, too.


I don't see those in my Quiz settings! (see attachment)