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If you created custom questions in the previous system, you can access your questions from 2019 and 2020 in the new system and add them to your custom question survey.

In addition to the steps below, there is a detailed guide with screenshots of the system to help walk you through the process of using these question templates to add your custom learning goals: Adding Historical Questions

These steps assume you have already created a custom question survey that is explained on the Customize Your Feedback page.

  1. To access your historical questions, click the Select Question Type dropdown and select Historical Question
  2. Click Add
  3. The resulting page will show all of your previous custom questions from 2019 and 2020, beginning with the most recent. Questions do not identify which course they were used in, but the term in which they were used is shown. There are also search fields at the top of the page that you can use to filter the list by term or by the question text. To select questions to add to your custom question survey, click the checkbox above the question number.
  4. Once you have selected the questions you want to use, click Add Selected Questions at the top of the page

The questions are then added to your custom question survey. If you need to make any changes to the questions, you can edit them by clicking the Edit icon that looks like a pencil.

If you need to change the order of questions in your custom survey, use the # field and arrows on the far right side of a question to move it up or down in the order of questions in your survey. For example, entering 3 in the # field and clicking the up arrow will move a question three questions up in your survey.

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