For Polls and Trivia Games, the most common question type is Multiple-Choice. Multiple-Choice questions allow your audience to choose one answer from several answer options you have added to your question.
By default, any new question's type is Multiple-Choice when added. Additionally, you can set an existing question's type to Multiple-Choice. Upon doing either, four default Multiple-Choice answer options will be added. You can then edit these answers' text to the answer options you want for your question.
Editing Multiple-Choice Answers
To edit a Multiple-Choice answer, simply click on the Edit (pencil) button on the lower right side of the answer box. A pop-up will display that allows you to edit the answer's text and/or set the answer color. Changing an answer's color will change it throughout Crowdpurr, including the Projector View and the Mobile View. After editing an answer's text, press the green Save (checkmark) button next to the text input.
To edit an answer's color, click on the Edit button on the lower right side of the answer box and then click the color you want to set it to.
Adding Multiple-Choice Answers
You can add up to 100 Multiple-Choice answers to a question. To add a new answer, simply click on the gray Add Answer box at the bottom of the existing answers list.
Added answers will pick the next color on the list and always start with the default text Answer Option.
Removing Multiple-Choice Answers
You can remove any existing answers, but you must always have at least one. To remove an answer, click on the Edit (pencil) button on the lower right side of the answer box and click the red Remove Answer (trashcan) button.
A pop-up message will appear to confirm the answer option removal. Please note, this can't be undone.
Check out how to set correct answers for Multiple-Choice questions in the article Setting the Correct Answer for Multiple-Choice Trivia Game Questions.