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Calculate Total Correct AnswersAsked by atrsports on April 03, 2015 at 06:02 PM
Testing my players on Flag Football Basics. I'd love to find a way to display the total correct answers and the total correct answers from all players who have answered so far.
Is this possible?
"Answer the questions below. If we get a total of 50 correct answers combined from all teammates, you have earned a pizza party!"
Then on an auto reply:
"Great Job, you scored ## correct, which brings us to a total of ##, which is just ## away from a pizza party!
I know I'm probably reaching, but it would be really cool.
Thank you for contacting us.
We can calculate the number of correct answers on form, but unfortunately, it can be added on a per submission basis only. We do not have built-in tools to differentiate the team members and calculate the correct answers of all players.
Take a look at the following thread to find out details about the calculation:
If you need any further assistance on this, please let us know. We will be happy to help.
Excellent, thank you for your help!
Forgive my non-programmer brain because there may not be a link here, but just a thought - I know the Gift Registry keeps track of totals. Would there be a way to use that widget with the, "Update a form field value" condition?
The Gift Registry widget keeps track of the selected items, but this is when you have set a limit to the items you want to receive, for example you set a limit of 50 for "Item 1" so the widget will be keeping the count of how many times the "item 1" has been checked so the limit is not overpassed.
I'm not sure if this would be suitable for the quiz you're creating, but to answer your question: yes, the gift registry widget can be used on conditions.
Let us know if you've further questions. Thank you.