allow a user to have more than one recorded answer to a quiz

5 months 3 weeks ago - 5 months 3 weeks ago #1 by Grant
I'm sure there must be a toggle for this somewhere, but I just can't find it again.

If a user answers a quiz a second time, the results from the first time are purged. Is there a way to allow the results to accumulate rather than purging?

I think I see where to do this globably, but I'm wondering if it can be set on a quiz by quiz basis.

 

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5 months 3 weeks ago #2 by Christopher Mavros
Replied by Christopher Mavros on topic allow a user to have more than one recorded answer to a quiz
Hello Grant and thank you for posting!
Yes, you can toggle this functionality in the Component Options. (button Options on the top right of the Quiz Manager)
The option you are looking for is called "Purge old results" under the "Result settings" tab.

Hope this helps.

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5 months 3 weeks ago #3 by Grant
Yes, I'd found that global option, I was wondering if it could be done on a quiz by quiz basis. i.e. some quizzes do purge and some don't.

Not a big deal. Aggregated results is much more important. Not much use in having a survey if you can't aggregate the results. Surely I'm missing something.

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5 months 3 weeks ago #4 by Christopher Mavros
Replied by Christopher Mavros on topic allow a user to have more than one recorded answer to a quiz
So far we haven't had a case where we needed to introduce this option per quiz.
If you'd like that, we can implement it.

As for aggregated results, I believe you have also sent me an email about it.
I will try to reply to it now.

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