Update: Quizlet has removed the option to export images from their sets.
To include images in your Quizalize quiz that was imported from Quizlet, you will first need to import the Quizlet set without images, and then add images to each question individually.
Unfortunately, this came down to Quizlet's decision to restrict exporting abilities. We will continue to work to ensure certain features work as smoothly as possible, but cannot always anticipate changes in compatibility with other platforms.
Note #1: The import function may not work with outdated browsers.
Note #2: Your Quizlet import will overwrite all questions already created in your quiz. If you wish to add your own questions, do so AFTER the import, and not before.
The following video provides a short cut to creating multiple choice questions in addition to instructions on importing from Quizlet:
Here are the step-by-step instructions:
- Log into Quizlet and open the set you wish to import.
- Click the (three dots) option and select "Export".
- Click "Copy Text".
Note: The Quizlet "terms" will import as the answers while the "definitions" will import as the questions.
- By default, the setting is in Tab and New line. Please do not change these settings, or otherwise, the import to Quizalize will fail. See an example below:
- In the Quizalize quiz editor, click on "Import from Quizlet". Don't forget that the import will overwrite existing questions, so it is important to import first before manually adding additional questions or images.
- Paste the copied Quizlet into the box.
- Click on the “Submit" button, and then "Yes" to confirm.
- And you're all done!
- You can now edit the quiz to your liking, including adding images or reordering questions.
Top tip: We recommend tagging your questions to curriculum skills so that you can accurately track student mastery!
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