Tanmay DesaiWill always go the extra mile.

What's the best tool/product to create shareable quizzes?

I'm looking for a product that let me make a quiz that I can share on via link. Also access to analytics.
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    Paperform v2

    Make beautiful forms in minutes

    Using Paperform for similar tasks, highly recommend.
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    Juniper DavidsonDesigner — UI / UX. · Written
    Same here, great product.
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    Google Forms
    Stanley IdesisDeveloper, Consultant, and Teen Idol · Written
    Google Forms now has a 'Quiz' mode that I assume provides more tailored analytics for instructors and may present the quizzee with their results upon completion. Hope this helps!
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    Typeform

    Typeform makes asking questions easy, human & beautiful

    Bill StathopoulosDirector Strategy & Content @ Ad World 👍 · Written
    The best tool for all kinds of forms/quizzes. ;)
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    Qzzr

    Make engaging quizzes for your site or blog.

    Brittany FullerCo-founder & CEO at Notably · Written
    The quizzes are a snap to build, look great, and you get easy to understand engagement metrics.
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    StudyBlue
    Jonathan JamesAlways Reaching. · Written
    @studyblue has been around and has developed into a powerful tool for making and sharing quizzes. I used it years ago, and since then it has grown its features and added new features consistently. It focuses on your subject, which is the right way to approach quizzes. It's been around so long that you likely don't even need to make your own quiz, it probably already contains many quizzes that cover the material you're interested in learning. It's plugged into many educational systems already and is used by students daily. It's available and works perfectly across all devices, smartphone, tablet, or laptop. You can search right now for your subject area @ https://www.studyblue.com/subject and see what flashcards already exist that cover your subject of interest. In my world I take the DRY principle seriously, D on't R epeat Y ourself , so if I can find a flashcard set that already extensively covers what I want to know and quiz with it then I'm not going to make a new one, Study Blue allows you to do this because it's been used for a while and already has a huge database of quiz material.
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    Kahoot!
    JohnJust here to check what's up and coming · Written
    Maybe this will help you out?
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