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I was thinking that inside the workbook can we have option to flag questions or mark questions (which we feel are worth to be reviewed in last few days)?

as i will be having huge list of attempted and a still big list of wrong questions, it will be helpful if i can flag the important questions and later review only those flagged once, if in case i don't have much time for review.

Let me know if there is some feature already present to do this.
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Thank you for the suggestion. That feature is NOT present right now. Your one option is to bookmark those questions and access them via bookamarks.
To bookmark a question you will need to click the STAR symbol next to the topic name.

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bb wrote:
Thank you for the suggestion. That feature is NOT present right now. Your one option is to bookmark those questions and access them via bookamarks.
To bookmark a question you will need to click the STAR symbol next to the topic name.

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Hi BB,
Can you suggest if recording answers in workbook can serve my below purposes:
a. % correct attempt on a particular day.
b. Can i export the data (for eg. 10 qs attempted on a particular date) in excel / pdf format?
c. Lets' assume I know sub topics under which a questions comes from OG (for eg. modifiers in SC/ algebra in Quant),
can I tag the Qs in a way I can see attempted Qs of particular sub-topic later?
WR,
Arpit.
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adkikani wrote:
bb wrote:
Thank you for the suggestion. That feature is NOT present right now. Your one option is to bookmark those questions and access them via bookamarks.
To bookmark a question you will need to click the STAR symbol next to the topic name.

Best Regards,
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Hi BB,
Can you suggest if recording answers in workbook can serve my below purposes:
a. % correct attempt on a particular day.
b. Can i export the data (for eg. 10 qs attempted on a particular date) in excel / pdf format?
c. Lets' assume I know sub topics under which a questions comes from OG (for eg. modifiers in SC/ algebra in Quant),
can I tag the Qs in a way I can see attempted Qs of particular sub-topic later?
WR,
Arpit.


Thank you. Workbook improvement is something we have discussed at the Moderator Chat a few days ago.
We are going to deploy our modest development resources towards it in the next 30-60 days (including design, development, and testing).
We will add ability to export questions and also tags/topics/subtopics as you have described them.

Thank you for the suggestion about % of correct/incorrect on a particular day - that's interesting. Please keep the suggestions coming!
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bb wrote:
adkikani wrote:
bb wrote:
Thank you for the suggestion. That feature is NOT present right now. Your one option is to bookmark those questions and access them via bookamarks.
To bookmark a question you will need to click the STAR symbol next to the topic name.

Best Regards,
BB



Hi BB,
Can you suggest if recording answers in workbook can serve my below purposes:
a. % correct attempt on a particular day.
b. Can i export the data (for eg. 10 qs attempted on a particular date) in excel / pdf format?
c. Lets' assume I know sub topics under which a questions comes from OG (for eg. modifiers in SC/ algebra in Quant),
can I tag the Qs in a way I can see attempted Qs of particular sub-topic later?
WR,
Arpit.


Thank you. Workbook improvement is something we have discussed at the Moderator Chat a few days ago.
We are going to deploy our modest development resources towards it in the next 30-60 days (including design, development, and testing).
We will add ability to export questions and also tags/topics/subtopics as you have described them.

Thank you for the suggestion about % of correct/incorrect on a particular day - that's interesting. Please keep the suggestions coming!


Hi BB,
Thanks for your comments. Since we already have segregated Qs in sub-topics (say modifiers, parallelism, algebra, etc) and know OA for each presently in forum,
it would be nice if after selecting an answer for particular set of Qs I could know total no of correct Qs attempted in each sub topic, timing and its difficulty level at a single glance.
Let me know if it makes sense.
Also how is user notified once the modification in workbook is made?
WR,
Arpit.
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