With Edpuzzle, you can customize your lessons for every class by creating your own questions and notes. You can add:

1. Open-ended questions

This is perfect if you want your students to give a more thoughtful response. These are not automatically graded since each student's answer will differ.

2. Multiple-choice

Here you can select which answers are correct and incorrect. Test your student's understanding with all kinds of question formats, like true/false, single answer, multiple answers and more. These are graded automatically.

3. Notes

This is your tool for telling your students anything you need them to know about the video. Add context, give instructions or add an interesting fact!

This article will walk you through how to add these to the videos on Edpuzzle.

How to Embed Questions:

  1. Select the video you want to use and click “Edit” to open the video editor.

  2. Click on the "Questions" tab above the video.

  3. In the timeline below the video, click on the spot where you’d like to add a question or note.

  4. Select “Multiple-choice question”, “Open-ended question” or “Note” from the options on the right.

  5. Add your question or note, and click the blue “Save” button.

  6. To add another question or note to the same point in the video, click on the “+” icon for the question type or note of your choice below the text “Add another note or question here”.  For more detailed instructions, see here.

After you've added your question(s), you can click the play button to confirm that they appear in the video at the right spot. If the timing is wrong, you can drag the question box along the timeline to the left or right until it's perfectly timed, or just click on the time box to the left of your question or note to enter the exact minute and second.  For more detailed instructions on moving content in Edpuzzle videos, see here.  

For instructions on deleting questions/notes from your Edpuzzle videos, see here.

For instructions on adding immediate feedback to the answers to questions in Edpuzzle, see here.