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Emijean  (Level: 78.4 - Posts: 73)
Thu, 16th Feb '06 10:22 PM


Wouldn't it be cool if you took someone's quiz and thought they are pretty good, so you click on the button to take their other quizzes. Instead of being overwhelmed by 1000's of choices, you could SORT those choices, by "highest rated quizzes" or "quizzes with the most takers". Those are the two best indicators when you are looking for a good quiz (other than just the title). Of course it might leave some of those brand new quizzes in the cold especially if they were bombed early on. Oh, well, just a thought...

Eesusbejesus  (Level: 75.0 - Posts: 3641)
Thu, 16th Feb '06 11:01 PM

It is an option right after you rate their quiz. It brings you back to a menu where you can choose to go back to the main quiz menu or you can choose to take other quizzes by that particular person.

Emijean  (Level: 78.4 - Posts: 73)
Thu, 16th Feb '06 11:07 PM

I know you can do that, I just wish you could sort it once you got there instead of it just being sorted by date.

Bigbird  (Level: 245.4 - Posts: 3333)
Fri, 17th Feb '06 5:52 AM

That's why I keep agitating for a highest ranked category. But I am beginning to sound like a broken record.

While we are sorting, wouldn't it be fun to be able to sort your own quizzes (the ones you have written) when you click on the "quizzes I've created" button - I would love to be able to sort them by the date they were last taken. Sometimes when I notice that my authoring score has gone up a little I wonder which quizzes people took, and I might scroll through them, but I don't remember the numbers to know for sure. And I sure don't want to click on each one to see!

Just throwing another idea out there. Alice

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