>>> Instead of adding them one-by-one .. or editing a mistake or needed change one-by-one.
Charles, does one of these ideas encompass what you've requested?
Create Question Banks from MSWord
Upload question banks via txt files
And Canvas's integration with Respondus 4.0 affords the ability to batch upload quiz questions and answer choice feedback, as described in Batch Uploading Quiz Questions with Respondus .
No -- What I'm looking for, in my 500 question quiz for example, is a way to input or edit the quiz generated right/wrong comments -- instead of one-by-one.
Charles, the idea is moving forward for voting.
Chris Hofer's blog post discusses how to use Respondus 4.0 to enter comments for correct and incorrect feedback, so an instructor with access to Respondus could make the global edits to answer choice feedback in the underlying Word doc and upload them directly to Canvas in one fell swoop. It sounds like you're looking to put the same correct/incorrect feedback on all 500 questions?
Changing my response to 'I dunno, I think so' -- after reading through the comments on those links, 'feedback' is mentioned -- but I don't know if that gets automatically added of the original idea.
Charles, "I dunno, I think so" is my favorite response.
Generally speaking, when a feature idea is evaluated by our product team, consideration is given not only to the idea as originally presented but also to the comments and use cases presented in the conversation around that idea. While that doesn't mean all of them will end up in the developed feature, having very similar ideas consolidated in one spot makes for more accurate assessment of Community sentiment for an idea.
With that proviso in mind, would you be willing to add your feedback use case to one or both of the linked ideas so we can archive this one? Thanks.
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