Set Editor Overview
From your Library, clicking directly on the line with the set title will change that line to blue and allow you to Play the set or edit the Set. You can choose Edit, or right-click on any Set to see more options. If you select Edit, you will open the Set Editor and see the first question in a large-screen format with all of the questions in that set displayed in a smaller format on the left. Click the “+” button at the top to add a new question to your Set. At any time, you can drag and drop any of the questions in the left-hand column to reorder your Set and your changes will be automatically saved.
Graded, Survey, or True/False
In the center near the top of the screen, you will see the option to make a specific question a Survey, which does not include a correct answer. You can use this feature if you want to survey your students or take a poll. Use the Graded option when you want to mark a single correct answer for a specific question. You can also use the keyboard shortcut SHIFT + ENTER to mark your correct answer. At the very bottom in the center of the screen, you will see a True/False button that you can use for individual questions. Clicking on the Home button at the top left will always take you back to your home screen.
Adding Images or GIF’s
There is an Insert Image button at the top right of your question. You have the option of searching for an image online or uploading an image or GIF of your own. Pro accounts also have the option of changing the formatting of questions by justifying the images to Left, Right, and Center by choosing the Layout Options at the top left of the page.
Duplicate & Delete
On the top right of the page, you will see an Add to Queue button along with buttons to Duplicate and Delete the individual question you are working on. To the right of that, you will see a three-dot icon that, when clicked, will allow you to Rename the Set, Make a Copy of the Set or to move the entire Set to Trash. When you Duplicate a Set, the copy will automatically save in your Library. Items sent to Trash will be retrievable so do not panic if you inadvertently send a question or a Set to the Trash. For more information on restoring from Trash, see the help section Delete & Restore.
At the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, you will see a Keyboard icon that, when clicked, displays numerous keyboard shortcuts. Here is the full list again:
- New Question: [Enter]
- Cut Question: [Ctrl] [X]
- Copy Question: [Ctrl] [C]
- Paste Question: [Ctrl] [V]
- Duplicate Question: [Ctrl] [D]
- Delete Question: [Delete]
- Go To Previous Question: [Arrow Up]
- Go To Next Question: [Arrow Down]
- Go To First Question: [Shift] [Arrow Up]
- Go To Last Question: [Shift] [Arrow Down]
- Move Up: [Ctrl] [Arrow Up]
- Move Down: [Ctrl] [Arrow Down]
- Move to Beginning: [Ctrl] [Shift] [Arrow Up]
- Move to End: [Ctrl] [Shift] [Arrow Down]
Creating an Individual Question
From your Library select the three-dot icon on the right and choose New Question from the drop-down menu. This will open up a new tab with the Set Editor main view. You can create an individual question here that will be automatically saved to your Library, or you can click the Convert to Set button on the top left of the screen to add that question to a new Set.
To print a Set of questions, go to your Your Library. Find and select the Set you want to work with. (You cannot print individual stand-alone questions, but you can convert any question to a Set and then print using the following steps.)
Once you have selected your Set, you will see a tab labeled Print Handout in the upper right corner. Click on that and you will then be able to select from various print options using the panel on the left. Setup and Options will allow you to print your Set just the way you want.