| This idea has been developed and deployed to Canvas |
One instructor imports test banks with more than 50 questions into her courses. For example, she wants her tests to draw from a 55-question bank of multiple choice questions and a 100-question bank of fill-in-the-blank questions. Once in Canvas, if a question bank has fewer than 50 questions, she can preview/edit all of the questions at a glance. If a question bank has more than 50 questions, she has to click on each question individually.
All of these clicks can add up to a substantial use of time, especially since this instructor frequently finds errors in prefabricated test banks.
| Comments from Instructure|
This idea was completed with general availability of Quizzes.Next. You can find more information about the overall project in the Quizzes.Next User Group.
- Quizzes.Next is now available for all paid accounts.
- Quizzes.Next documentation will live in the Quizzes.Next User Group until July 14, 2018. On July 14, 2018, all of the documentation will be moved to the Canvas Guides in the Canvas Instructor Guide or Canvas Student Guide.
- Quizzes.Next updates will be included in the Canvas Release Notes. This includes new features, updated features, and relevant fixed bugs. New and updated features will be deployed to Quizzes.Next near the same time as the Canvas release. Fixed bugs may be deployed at any time.