Quiz Deck Template
Sample (from 21 notes)
|Prompt||Match the capital cities to the countries.|
|Question||What are the colors of the University of Connecticut?|
|Explanation (optional)||Did you forget to pick 3?|
After the file is downloaded, double-click on it to open it in the desktop program.
At this time, it is not possible to add shared decks directly to your AnkiWeb account - they need to be added from the desktop then synchronized to AnkiWeb.
I did what you said, replaced " with '', & with 🙵, > with ˃ and < with ˂ (all found here https://www.compart.com/en/unicode) and yet it still says "Invalid HTML on card: SyntaxError: Unexpected identifier"
Can you please just paste the entire code with the correct replacements so technologically illiterate people like me don't have to spend hours failing every time?
The template code to randomize the choices would have to be completely rewritten to support Anki 2.1 (I would have to research a new method that works). I don't have plans to do this and will likely delete this deck in the near future (it's still here because it still works with Anki droid). However, with a little google searching, you can find add-ons that support multi-choice cards that work with Anki 2.1 desktop (but add-ons don't work on mobile Anki app, which was what I needed when I created this deck to help me study).
- You must pick one card type (example, 4 Choices 1 Answer or 5 Choices 2 Answers) for each import. All your spreadsheet data columns must be formatted with the fields in the order they are in the card type (and be mindful of empty fields--make sure you have an empty column for each field you are not using--for example, if you don't fill in the explanation field). If you want to import data to multiple card types, then you will have to import data for each card type from a different CSV file formatted for that card type.
- Keep in mind that in the fields holding the question choices, the correct answer comes first (and if it is a card with multiple correct answers, the answers appear one after another), before the incorrect answers/choices. When formatting your CSV file, you must have the correct answers in the same column and appear before the wrong answers. If your CSV file has the answers and wrong answers all mixed up (one answer in a different column for each line/entry), your imported cards will not have the right answer filled in and you would be learning the wrong answers for the questions when studying.
Removing the HTML tags and <, >, & or " (quote) characters from answer and distractor fields will fix the problem.
Is it possilbe to move a letter(such as W1 W2.etc) below the blank while using unscramble sentences?
I have some issues with using html and pictures but it's still very usefull.
Templates which combine choose and order would be also very nice ;)
ideal for making multiple choice questions