I'd like to place letters on different areas of a photo and have the user identify the name of each part.
We plan to release a feature called "Image in Quiz" by no later than the middle of August. This will allow an author / admin to add an image to a quiz and have learners answer questions about the image. Here is a mockup.
Photos in quizzes isn't currently a feature in Bridge. You could consider making a course "Open Book" so that a learner could view a picture with the letters on it, then navigate to the next slide which would contain a multiple choice question to respond. They could navigate backwards to reference the photo again, if needed. That's a little more clicking than I would like a learner to experience, but would get the job done.
Another option is to do something like this in a SCORM course if that's available to you.
Kate Toothman, your CSM can submit this feature request to our product team, who I know has already been exploring and evaluating photo-based quizzes.
I visited Bridge in SLC in February and I recall that they are working on "picture" quiz questions but I don't recall a timeline. I think it's a pretty commonly requested feature from a lot of users. Hope this helps.
Is it planned to be able to add pictures also in the question answers (so not only on the top)?
Hi Miruna. The short answer is "not that I am aware of."
The best way for us to communicate about what is being worked on is in the Ideas space. On the landing page of that space are our current product priorities that we are ready to share publicly. Within the space are ideas submitted by people who use Bridge and we do our best to update related ideas as they are being developed so if you find one you are interested in, you can support it and follow it for updates. I did not see an idea for images in question answers that is currently open for voting, though there are a few that were submitted in the past but failed to receive enough votes to stay open for voting. It may be worth submitting this idea again to see what kind of support it attracts in a new round of voting.
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