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Weighting in a scoring quiz - an example

Posted 2/5/2024

It's still Monday as I send this out to you this week - starting with an apology on the delay in sending out the email. Blame it on a Disney World 'hangover'.

Just a couple of things for this week - some actual Typeform news that you might be able to use (or be interested in):

If you are a Webflow user:

If you have an integration to Airtable - new integration as of beginning of January

  • Did you make the changes in the article by Feb 1? If not, it is not too late to do so.

Now for my part...

I had a request about ‘weighting’ in a scoring quiz - when and how should you do the logic to set up a simple weighting schema.

You can do it by assigning ‘points’ to each response and setting the ‘more important’ answers to receive more points. You do that in each question as you go along in your quiz or at the end as you get ready to route your respondent to an ending based on segmentation.

Here's a quick screen shot from the sample quiz I walk through in this week's exercise:



See the use of 'points' to rank the user towards a segmented ending flow? You can find out how this was done in the Google Doc here.

You can also check out the short video walkthrough here.

That's all for this week. As always, please let me know what you think about this week's information.