Once a poll is added to interactive media, it becomes a polling question. You can edit the polling question to be specific to the media it is in without affecting the original poll used to create it.
Editing a polling question means editing the question text, the response options, the identified correct answer, or the timestamp of the question location. You cannot change the TYPE of polling question it is by editing; you must add a different poll if you want a different type of question.
If you prefer your Polls be as specific as necessary so as not to have to edit them once embedded, see Editing Polls. The instructions below are for editing the polling questions AFTER they are embedded in a piece of media.
For more details on working with the various polling activity types see the following help articles:
- Creating a Multiple Choice Activity
- Creating an Ordered List Activity
- Creating a Short Answer Activity
- Creating a Numerical Activity
- Creating an Image Quiz Activity
To edit a polling question
- Find the interactive media containing the polling questions you want to change, and select Edit Polls as shown at the top of this page.
- Click Embedded Polls in the bottom section of the page. This tab lists all the currently embedded polling questions.
- Click ON the embedded poll you want to edit. A preview of it appears in the playback section of the page, as shown in the below figure.
- If this is the poll you want, click the Pencil icon, identified in the above figure.
- Use the Edit activity popup that appears to make your changes. If you have added or edited polling slides for presentation slide decks, this modal will look familiar to you. An example is shown in the below figure.
You can make changes to the timestamp location, the question text, the response options (if any) and the marked correct answer (if any). You can also select/deselect whether or not students are required to provide a justification for their response.
- When finished, click Done.
Your changes are reflected in the polling question embedded in the video. The original poll added to the video is unchanged.