Mapping Scoring Outcomes


Scoring Outcomes are used to match users with a score that shows how many questions they were able to answer correctly in your experience. Scoring Outcomes make the most sense for trivia-based experiences.

Step-by-Step Guide

  1. Select the “Scoring” option from the top of the “Add Outcomes” screen.

  2. Make sure that you have an Outcome created for each possible score that a user can receive. For example, if there are five questions in your quiz, then make sure there is an Outcome for getting no answers correct, getting one answer correct, and so on.

  3. Each Outcome that you create needs to have a "Minimum # Correct" set. This is the minimum number of correct answers a user would need to submit to be matched with that Outcome. The "Minimum # Correct" is the same value as the score that you are creating the outcome for, most of the time.

  4. Once you have created an Outcome for each score, you can move on to mapping the Outcome Logic that will make sure users are always matched to the appropriate score. In this menu, mark the correct responses for each question. All other responses on that screen will be marked as incorrect by default.

  5. The last thing that you need to do is save all of your work before you leave the page!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I don't see the option to mark responses as correct or incorrect.

A: To see Scoring Logic in the Outcome Logic menu, you will need to make sure that "Scoring" is selected on the Outcomes menu first. Once you do this, you will see the option to mark responses as correct and incorrect on the Outcome Logic menu.

Q: For some reason, an incorrect banner is displaying when I submit the correct response to a question.

A: It's really common for users to use the Overlay Responses feature with Scoring Logic. Adding an Overlay Response to each question will allow you to show a user whether their response was correct or not in real time! You will need to be careful and make sure that the Overlay Responses that you create are consistent with the Scoring Logic that you set.

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