SNAP: Activities & Resources: Add Feedback Questions

This article will explain how to add questions to a feedback survey activity that has already been created.  (For instructions on how to create a new Feedback survey, see SNAP: Add a Feedback Survey Activity.)


To Add Questions to a Feedback Activity:

1. Log in to Moodle and select your course.

2. Click on the desired Feedback activity you wish to add questions to. This will bring you to the "Overview" page. 

GROK example feedback activity in course view


3. Click the Edit questions tab. 

Edit questions tab in Feedback activity


4. Select the type of question or resource you wish to add.

Example question types to add to Feedback activity

Add a pagebreak – forces the next question to appear on a different page.

Captcha – shows a graphic with a random number that the use has to then enter in a box. The instructor can decide how large the number is, from 3 to 10 digits.

Information – this item records data automatically, but the participant does not have to enter anything. There are 3 choices for the data to be recorded, Time/date of the start of the survey, Name of the Course, Category of the Course

Label – this item allows you to place text or images within the Feedback activity. This is for headings, instructions, or illustrations.

Longer text answer – This allows for answering essay type questions

Multiple choice – This allows the user to chose between a limited number of answer options.

Multiple choice (rated) – This allows the user to chose between a limited number of answer, and assigns a value to the answer.

Numeric answer – This allows users to enter a number within a specified range.

Short text answer – This allows users to enter a text answer within a specified number of digits.


5. Edit the question to your liking and then select Save question.

Save question button


Referenced from:

For Moodle Essentials-themed course instruction please see Moodle 3: Activities & Resources: Add Feedback Questions.

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