When creating a survey, you may need to configure a number of global settings. Global settings will affect the settings for all the existing questions in a particular survey.
Follow the steps below to find the global settings for a quiz.
Once logged into Learnster studio:
Go to any survey that you have created in library or in a course.
Enter the survey that you've selected and go to the global settings page.
You will now be presented with a selection of different settings that can be used to customize your survey:
Below are descriptions of the different settings:
Randomize the order of all questions will arrange the questions in a random order when taking the survey from Learnster U.
Shuffle answer choices will arrange the answer options in random order when taking the survey from Learnster U.
By default, add "Other" option to every question will provide an extra answer option to each question that the learner can choose. This option is intended as a way of submitting a different answer other than the answer options which are presented with the question.
By default, add "I prefer not to answer" option to every question will provide an extra answer option to each question that the learner can choose. This option is intended as a way for the learner to proceed from a question without submitting an actual answer option.
ℹ️ Both "By default, add 'Other' option to every question" and "By default, add 'I prefer not to answer' option to every question" above can also be found in the settings menu for each individual question. Please note that enabling or disabling any of the settings presented above will affect the settings for all existing questions. If you would like to override these settings for individual questions, you can make changes for specific questions afterwards.
Anonymous Responses decides whether a survey should be anonymous or not. Please note that once this setting has been enabled, you will not be able to disable this setting. If anonymous responses is enabled, you will only be given an overview of the results once 8 learners have completed a survey.
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