52 Replies
Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Karen and Greg, 

The feedback will be the same but you should see the Correct/Incorrect indication at the top:

So I keep that in mind while writing my feedback like the above example. 

I could see a lot of use cases for more feedback options though! We're continuously exploring new features and customer input is extremely valuable in that process.

If you’d to share more specifics on this, please send it along as a feature request!

Hillarie M.

I agree with @Karen Pizur. The standard 'Correct' and 'Incorrect' are not always appropriate. It would be nice to have those as default with the ability to custom. Sometimes questions are used more as gauge for feedback  and stating 'incorrect' is not the most appropriate. 

Also, to @Lesley Condon's original question, is there an ETA of providing quiz feedback? This is a basic tenant of learning and a necessary feature. 

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Hillarie!

It sounds like you may be aware, but I wanted to be sure you knew you could change the default responses if needed. Check out a quick video here.

This is a feature that we are tracking, but I do not have an ETA to share.

We are trying to track user ideas and feedback better, so be sure to share any feature requests with our team here.

Crystal Horn

Hey everyone! The goodness just keeps on coming…  Choice-level feedback for multiple choice quiz questions in Rise is now live!

Give learners a single feedback statement for all responses, different feedback for right and wrong responses, or even different feedback for each possible response.  Here's how.  And because Rise is web-based, just open your courses and you’ll see these new options. Let me know if you have any questions!

Michaela Crawford

Hi Ashley, I am having the same issue, by providing instant feedback I am giving away the correct answer. I thought amending the setting 'Reveal Answers' would omit this, but that just stops the feedback from showing up at all.


Anything you can do to feed this back to the team will be much appreciated.

Brian Wojcik

I will chime in on this as well.  The need to provide feedback but not reveal the answer is paramount.  This provides an opportunity to engage in re-teaching without saying 'and the correct answer is....'.  

One additional component - it would be great to allow video-based feedback as well.