Seems a bit loose on my end should i not be able to identify what people thought was the correct answer vs the actual one. Thanks
Thanks for the additional detail, that's helpful. We intend to provide you
the granularity you're looking for. By mid-December we are targeting the
release of a CSV export that will have a breakdown on how learners
responded and the result of either correct or incorrect.
Additionally, tentatively planned future phases of the quiz reporting will
include this in the native UI.
I hope this helps!
Hello Austen, and thanks for posting this great question!
Currently there is an option to view actual responses through the question_responses.csv file in the data dump. However, it’s not a very user friendly option.
Quiz reporting is something that is on the current roadmap and we are anticipating improvements to this feature by the end of the year. The Bridge Roadmap can be viewed by Bridge Customers, here: The specified item was not found. or here: http://roadmap.bridgeapp.com/
In addition to what Jordan has said, here's a little peek into what we're thinking. Please note that these are tentative, but if you'd like to provide some additional feedback, please reach out to your CSM! We'd love to chat more about this.
Jordan and Ike,
This is fabulous! Thank you for the great resources and sharing vision!
Austen Asadorian does this address what you were seeking?
The new data looks to be useful and I am looking forward to having that. What is expected release date?
Beyond the over courses and getting percentages of the overview, let me give an example.
I ask a questions :
Q: What is 5+5?
Multiple choice answer.
The learner choose D.25. Incorrect answer. But when I pull this learners report it says "incorrect" with no additional data. I want to know that the learner chose option D so I can address where the education failed. Was it a coaching error, information error, a learner error, etc.
Obviously this is an easy answer and not the best example. When I look holistically at training, the need to identify the incorrect answers are just as important as knowning the right ones. Should there be multiple options where the learner can explain why they chose the wrong answer this could lead to identifying areas of opportunities in the training, learning, etc.
Take the example above. 50% of learner got this wrong. What answers did they choose? Why did they choose them? Can we get the percentages of each answer option chosen? From there we can adjust the course information, the overall learning, and move beyond correct vs incorrect.
I hope this make a bit more sense and I would be happy to explain further if need be.
Could this be have an additional graph set that shows (for example) all 4 responses, but what percentage of users chose which responses? I think this might help some others also have a quick view of the responses that would show some helpful information.
I might think this would be something that could be implemented and remove the need to download the CSV (though I realize that some would still like to have the option to export so it should still be included).
This functionality would be incredibly useful on my end as well.
Great discussion! This proposed feature will help me pinpoint topics for supplemental training. I'm looking forward to its release.
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