A multiple choice question is a type of question where the respondent is provided with a list of options or alternatives, and they must select the correct answer from those options. Multiple choice questions are commonly used in various educational settings, assessments, surveys, and exams because they provide a structured and efficient way to present a range of possible answers and evaluate the respondent's knowledge or understanding on a given topic.
How it worksMultiple choice settingsAdd a default answerRandomize optionsMultiple selectionBulk insert optionsBadgeColor-code optionsAdd an image
/multipleto insert a multiple choice question. Add your question title and simply type the answer options.
By default respondents can choose one option from the list. To allow multiple options, enable the
Multiple Selectionoption in the block settings.
⠿on the left of your block to open the block settings.
an answer in your multiple-choice question by using the
Answer randomization helps avoid biased data by displaying answer options in a random order.
Allow respondents to choose multiple answers and add a minimum or maximum number of answer options by enabling
Simply drag your multiple choice options next to each other to create a column layout.
If you have a long list of answer options, you can also bulk insert them by opening the block options →
Bulk insert answer options.
The multiple-choice options are presented as a list of choices, with each choice labeled by a letter. You can change this layout with the
Badgesetting and choose numbers instead of letters or disable it to remove the badge.
Color-code optionsto color code the answer options.
You can also edit the
colorof each answer option manually by choosing from a predefined set of colors.
Add images to your multiple-choice options by using the