If you created a Poll or Trivia Game for your crowd, you'll want to add some questions for your audience to answer. If you're a subscriber to any of the premium plans, Crowdpurr allows you to add up to one hundred questions per experience! If you're using the free Basic Plan, you may add up to three questions per experience.
Editing a Question
This first question added by Crowdpurr is shown on the tab called "Question 1" that is slightly under the control-area of your Poll or Trivia Game on the Experience Dashboard.
We're going to ask our crowd how they'll vote in the next election. Let's edit our question to ask, "What Political Party will you vote for in the next United States Presidential Election?"
Simply click on green edit button to the right of the question's text. This sets the question to "edit-mode". You can now update the text of the question. After you're done, simply click the green checkmark button to save the question (or press 'Enter' on your keyboard).
Adding a New Question
When you're ready to add a new question, simply click on the "Add Question" button to the right of your "Questions" tabs. Clicking on this will add a new question tab in sequential order. By default, the question type is <b>multiple choice</b> and it will be given four default answers to edit. You can now edit the question.
If you want to change the order of your questions, simply drag and drop the question's tab to the new location where you want the question to be. Once you drop it, this will move all the questions ahead of it to make room.
Removing a Question
If you no longer want a question and/or accidentally created too many to begin with, removing questions is easy. Simply click on green edit button to the right of the question's text. This sets the question to "edit-mode". Now click on the red trashcan button. This will remove the question and its answers. The blue "X" button simply cancels the editing of a question and exits "edit-mode" for the question.
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