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  • Hi, is it possible to import Quiz from MS Word/DOC files with the help of specific formatting? For example, turning h1 tag into the question, ol li tags into options of the question & multiple choices, etc.

    Thanks,
    Manju

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  • Hi @manjunathpmf , Yes we are working on it and hope it will work soon.

    Hi all, I am waiting this function too.

    Yes, now it’s possible to import/export questions from MS Word.

    Thank you for the update, Praveen. I will check it out and let you know.

    Hi @yuva1990, please only *.wpq or *.xml files were allowed when I tried.

    There are no clear instructions on how to import .docx files.

    At present, I can only import *.wpq or *.xml files.

    I use latex plugin to show math formulas in wp pro quiz. With latex shortcode. But it is only visible in the question, and the answer is not visible.

    I have tried the free Watu Quiz plugin, which is fine. But I don’t like the look and the design.

    Please help me. Thank you!

    @manjunathpmf were you able to see the quiz you imported? I would just see “succesful” but would not see the xml file I imported

    Can someone please help me. How can I export or backup my questions. I see the plugin has been removed by WordPress and I dont want to lose my stuff. Please.

    Hello @jaco45 Plugin is removed from the directory doesn’t affect your website’s data. So you don’t have to worry about it.

    If you want to export the questions then you can use the Export feature

    Select the quizzes –> From Bulk action Select Export –> Click Apply.

    You will get a .wpq or .xml file of those quizzes.

    If you wants to export the questions in the MS Word then we have developed an addon that can import and export questions for a quiz. You can check the details from here

    https://yuvayana.org/wp-pro-quiz-bulk-question-upload-from-ms-word-template/

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    @tpnghia79 sorry I didn’t saw your message earlier. If you still have problem with the latex equations then you can directly add the given Javascript in your header or footer. That will render the Mathematical equations in your questions as well as options.

     <script type="text/javascript" async
      src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/mathjax/2.7.5/latest.js?config=TeX-MML-AM_CHTML">
    </script>

    After adding this you don’t need any other plugin.

    Note: \( —-Equation Here —-\) This will be the format to display equations.

    @ tpnghia79

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by anhdai1994.

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