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    Bruce Richards commented  · 

    Good day. I am posting the following as a suggestion to exporting poll questions to a CSV file.

    At this time, one can export poll questions as PowerPoint Slides or Screenshot. Would it be possible to provide the option to download the questions to a CSV file? This option would help faculty who would like to archive the previous semester questions, freeing up the Polls area to not have that many poll groups. When the need arise for those questions for a future semester, they can then use the Import CSV option to upload the poll questions.

    Maybe an Export button (like the Import button)?

    Thanks in advance,
    Bruce

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    We are actually working on a large project right now that should really help with grading polls. We are basically working on re-doing our entire poll creation process (and we’re finally close enough to talk about it).

    This will have greater customization and editing for poll questions at the creation stage (including grading). I do not believe this is currently slated to include increased support to our Weighted Grading feature (https://polleverywhere.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/799830) – which is currently in beta testing. But, this should be an easier process soon

    I will update this post when we are about to send out the new update

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    We actually just released something very similar, although it does not go as far as you suggested. Our new feature will allow you to hide the Correct Answer from a student’s response history. So, while they will know what they selected previously, it does not let them know if they were correct. You can see some more details for this here: https://polleverywhere.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/1130833

    I’m hesitant to hide the full question and answer however. It’s common for student’s to accidentally register under a personal email address and this response history is the only way we have to rectify the situation. We also have a number of faculty who promote using the Response History for studying and reviewing for exams.

    Do you think hiding the correct answer is enough or would more restriction help?

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    This option is very much needed as an additional option to hiding the correct answer. For the faculty who teach several sections of the same class each week or reuse the questions in the next semester, it would be good to allow faculty to choose whether to enable or disable this option. Faculty are already capturing the student's responses and as an Admin I am able to search within the Participants list to check if a student used their personal email and not their university email.

    So allowing hiding the correct answer and hiding the actual questions as Jess has suggested.

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