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Create a quiz

Quizzes are fun, interactive and multipurpose. They can be a great learning tool for students, and the perfect lead generator for businesses.

With Enalyzer's score calculator, conditions, images, and end pages, making a quiz is easy. Keep reading to find out how to create your own quiz. We'll be using a Disney quiz as an example, because who doesn't like Disney?

At the end of the article, you can check out some other examples of quizzes we’ve built and test them out for yourself.



Check out more quizzes

→ Employee Engagement Test

→ International Christmas Quiz

Step 1: Create the survey

  1. Click on surveys in the homepage, select new and choose start from scratch to start with a blank slate. If you are in your survey library, click on the add survey icon () and select start from scratch.
  2. Name your survey, select language versions* and click create.
    • If you choose more than one language version, you have to select a default language.

Step 2: Add introduction

Quizzes need introductions, whether it's because there is a prize for a lucky winner or simply to introduce the purpose/content of the quiz.

  1. Click on the add icon () and select text
  2. Type in the heading and text and click add.


Step 3: Add your questions (and answers)

It all depends on the quiz you want to build. The most common structures are:

  • Each question is followed by the correct answer
  • The answers come after all the questions
  • The answers are not part of the quiz

Our Disney quiz follows this first structure. Each question is followed by an image and two possible answers, one is for those who answer correctly and the other for those who answered incorrectly. We'll make sure the respondent gets the correct one by using conditions but more about that later.

  1. Add your first question, we've added multiple choice and image choice questions in our Disney Quiz.
  2. Add an image by clicking on the add icon () and selecting image.
  3. Upload the image of your choice and click add.
  4. Add a text element where the heading shows the respondent answered incorrectly "oh no, the correct answer is X".
  5. Add another text element but this time the heading should show that the respondent answered correctly, e.g. "yes, that's right! The correct answer is X". The body text for both elements can be the same.
  6. Since we want to show the image and text on the same page, click on the actions menu and select move, click on the - page break button to remove the page breaks between the image and the two text elements you just added. Click done.

Step 4: Add conditions

Now that we have our questions and answers, we need to add some conditions so that if a person answers correctly, they get the correct page and the same for those who answer incorrectly.

  1. Click on the text element for those who answer correctly, in this example it would be element #4 (see screenshot above).
  2. Click on settings and then add condition button.
  3. Select the question, for this example, it's question #2 "The youngest princess is..."
  4. Select the correct answer, for this example, it's "Snow White"
  5. Click add.
  6. Now, go to the text element for those who answer incorrectly, in this example it would be element #5 (see screenshot above).
  7. Click on settings and then add condition button.
  8. Select the question, for this example, it's question #2 "The youngest princess is..."
  9. Select the incorrect answers, for this example, it's "Tiana", "Ariel", and "Mulan"
  10. Click add.
  11. Repeat steps 1-5 for correct answers
  12. Repeat steps 6-10 for incorrect answers


Step 5: Set up calculations

Enalyzer's score calculator is what turns a survey into a quiz. Each response alternative to a question can be given different values, and calculations can be made on those values. Our Disney quiz is rather simple, so respondents get 1 one point per correct answer.

  1. Click on the first question.
  2. Click on settings.
  3. Enable calculations by clicking on the toggle switch and click setup calculations.
  4. Click on enable calculations and select the correct response option. For this example, we have chosen the question "The youngest princes is..." and the right answer is "Snow White".
  5. You can choose the following operations: add, subtract, multiply and divide. For the Disney quiz, we're going to add 1 for "Snow White".
  6. Click save.
  7. Repeat steps 2-6 for the remaining questions.


Step 6: Add your end page

End pages are essential to quizzes. You can present the respondent with their score, redirect them to another website, and enable social media sharing so they can share your quiz.

  1. Click on the add icon () and select end page.
  2. It's a good idea to merge the respondent's score into the header of your end page. For the Disney quiz, the heading reads "You scored: 4/5". To do this, you have to click on the merge drop-down and select score, i.e. "You scored: [SCORE]/5"
  3. Click next.
  4. You can add a redirect URL* to send your respondents to your website or elsewhere.
  5. You can also change the button text*.
  6. By default, end pages have the social media icons enable allowing your respondents to share your quiz. However, you can disable if you want to.
  7. When you're done, click add.

Step 6: Design your quiz

Engage your audience from the start with an eye catching design. With Enalyzer, you can choose from over half a million high-resolution images from Unsplash and use them as your quiz background.

  1. Go to your survey and select design in the side menu. If the menu is closed, click on the menu icon () to open it first.
  2. Here you have:
    • Theme: Create your own theme* and save it for later use. You can also use an Enalyzer designed theme.
    • Appearance: Edit your survey colours* and fonts*.
    • Images: Add a logo* or a background* image.
    • Progress bar: Enable/disable the progress bar.
    • Layout: Change the margin and width.


* This feature is only available with a Professional subscription. Check out our plans.


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