At Riddle, you can now use Vimeo to insert video clips into any of your quizzes, polls, or other Riddle content. Hurrah!
Video can be powerful – with sound and motion, it’s infinitely better at conveying emotion and meaning than images and text.
Now with our Pro or Team plans, you can add Vimeo video clips – no coding required.
Here’s how to add Vimeo videos to your quiz
- Click ‘add images or video’ in any question or answer.
- Then select Vimeo in the ‘video/audio’ section.
- Next – add your Vimeo video URL (ex. https://vimeo.com/491066596)
- Turn on (or leave off) these options:
- Auto-play – the video automatically starts when loaded.
- Loop – the video play will play over… and over… and over…
- Start (time) – pick the start point, great for showing just part of a video vs. the whole clip.
- And click ‘more options’ for, well, more options!
Extra Vimeo video quiz flexibility
Vimeo loves giving you flexibility – check out all these other options:
- Byline (author info) – show the video creator
- Author profile picture – display their picture
- Video title – shows the video title (what a surprise, right?)
- Speed controls – let users speed up or slow down the video
- Hide funny error messages – Vimeo has a good sense of humor with funny error messages. This option turns them off.
- Auto-pause – use when having more than one Vimeo video on a page
- Hide all controls, set video to autoplay on mute (requires Vimeo Plus) – hides buttons like play, stop, etc.
- Transparent (deactivate to show black background)
- Play inline on mobile (vs. full-screen) – on mobile devices, most browsers open a video as a temporary separate window. This option plays the video directly inside the original window.
- Mute on start – mutes audio when the video starts
- Do not track (no Vimeo tracking) – we recommend turning this on. It turns off all the analytics and tracking by Vimeo for your video.