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  • Plugin Author prasunsen

    (@prasunsen)

    Hi Jurgen,

    There is no fill the gaps option at this time. I’ll save it in the to-do list, but beware it’s long.

    Hello kind sir,

    I too would love to have the fill the gaps feature.

    How long until it will be available? I hope your to-do list gets shorter!

    šŸ™‚

    Plugin Author prasunsen

    (@prasunsen)

    Thanks everyone for your interest. I think “Fill the gaps” is actually just an “open end” question where you type your question as shown above and let the user fill their answer in a free area. So this will be the same as “open end” (“essay”) type of question.

    Actually it’s not.

    Fill the gaps goes way further than an open end.

    Here is an example of fill the gaps. That won’t work with an open end.

    Read the text below and decide which answers A, B, C, or D best fits each space. There is an example at the beginning (0).
    0 A hoped B considered C expected D intended
    HOSPITALITY
    Hospitality ā€“ looking after visitors ā€“ is universal, but in different cultures hosts are (0) ā€¦ā€¦Cā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. to receive guests in different ways.
    In much of the ancient (1) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. it was the custom to provide passing travelers with food and water, and (2) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. after them well. Indeed in some regions, if visitors were in the middle of a long (3) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. Servants would wash their feet.
    Today, some old customs have (4) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. . In a traditional Japanese household, if a guest admires a (5) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. Object in the house, the host will give it to the guest straightaway. And it is still (6) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. in parts of Russia to greet guests with bread and salt on a special cloth. The guest is (7) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. to kiss them and hand them back to the host. Sometimes the guest breaks (8) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ a small piece of bread, dips it in the salt and eats it.
    In some countries, when (9) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. guests arrive from abroad they may feel they have been given a particularly (10) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. meal. But this is probably because the host politely (11) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. offering more food and drink, and the guest is too embarrassed to (12) ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦. anything down.

    Plugin Author prasunsen

    (@prasunsen)

    OK, thanks, I’ll see when and if this can be done.

    Hello,

    Do you have some kind of ETA of it? Because I really need to find a solution for fill the gaps. I’m quite stuck now.

    Jurgen

    Plugin Author prasunsen

    (@prasunsen)

    Hi Jurgen,

    It’s kind of involved thing so I can’t give exact timeframe. I’m sure you understand I have a lot of tasks to do. Most probably this will first be introduced in the pro version anyway.

    Plugin Author prasunsen

    (@prasunsen)

    I can see how your problem can be solved with a workaround though. You can output the texts as comprehensive question and then list sub-questions under it where each question relates to a single gap. The UI of such setup will look better if you choose “all questions on one page”.

    Hello,

    No problem, i’ve bought the pro version. So I would happy to see that function.
    Can you somehow figure something out about a timeframe? I’m willing to pay to speed thing up if you want.

    Plugin Author prasunsen

    (@prasunsen)

    OK, I’ll rearrange my priorities and try to get it done in the next few days. I don’t want to charge you further for this as you already have the pro version.

    As this feature will not be added to the free version (at least not yet), let’s move the discussion over email.

    Hello,

    Thank you for that,
    You can contact me true info AT minofmedia.eu

    +1 on fill in the gaps.

    I’m looking to have a user answer the question with free text, which is at the moment only possible with open end. However, the answer should be easily validated to the actual answer text (not case sensitive / maybe)

    Thanks if you take that on board.

    BTW, the quiz plugin is great

    Plugin Author prasunsen

    (@prasunsen)

    Fill the gaps is currently available but only in the paid version.

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