Looking at https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-12115-quizzesnext-feature-comparison, I would expect the supported items to have migrated correctly from Quizzes to Quizzes.Next, but am seeing quite a few problems.
For the following settings in Quizzes, should they migrate correctly to Quizzes.Next?
|Time Limit: x Minutes||No time limit in migrated quiz|
|Allow multiple attempts, Quiz Score to Keep, Allowed Attempts||Students are only able to take the quiz once|
|Let students see their quiz responses - unchecked||Students see correct/incorrect answers immediately after submission|
A lot of time will be spent by instructors going through every single question, (especially if they set shuffling answers globally - see https://community.canvaslms.com/ideas/14142-on-migrating-from-quizzes-certain-question-types-should-...), to fix them, now they will also spend significant time fixing settings for things I would expect to have migrated correctly.
If the settings should migrate if supported, I'll file a ticket.
From Canvas support:
I would be happy to help. I looked into your question about Quizzes.Next and settings not coming over when you migrate a Quizzes.Classic quiz. I went and worked with a colleague of mine in the next level of support to dig into this question. It looks like, currently, the only thing supported with the Migration feature, is to import the Quiz Questions.
Yes, the settings don't transfer over as others have mentioned. In case it's useful, in my testing these are the additional areas in which migration isn't working for me currently, but let me know if I'm wrong on any of these. I'm happy to share my test cases as well if others would find it useful.
Thanks for posting your test results, @kroeninm !
For the shuffling, I did create an idea: https://community.canvaslms.com/ideas/14142-on-migrating-from-quizzes-certain-question-types-should-...
For question banks, I did figure out a rather tedious way to get around the random quizzes with question banks (https://community.canvaslms.com/thread/33295-question-groups-import) but this is not very efficient if a user has many random quizzes/question banks.
It just seems switching to Quizzes.Next is going to be so much work for instructors.
Ah thank you! I knew I saw some documentation on a good approach for Groups but we're not yet to the migration stage so it was on my back burner. Bookmarked.