Create a leaderboard

You can create a leaderboard for any Riddle you have created, as long as it includes a form block. You can create a leaderboard as a Riddle in its own right, or you can add a leaderboard to the result page.

Leaderboard setup

  1. Create a Riddle that includes both a name and email form field, and publish it.
    create a riddle with name and email for leaderboard
  2. In the Riddle Creator, click on CREATE RIDDLE and then select START FROM SCRATCH under Leaderboard.
    start leaderboard from scratch
  3. Enter a title in the What do you want to call your Riddle? field and click on CONTINUE.
    name your leaderboard
  4. Enter or edit the title in the Enter your title field.
    enter or edit leaderboard title
  5. Click on Connect your Riddles here and then CONNECT RIDDLES.
    go to connect Riddles
  6. Choose a Riddle from the list, using the searchbar if needed, and click on the plus icon.
    connect Riddles
  7. Click on SAVE & CLOSE to finish the setup, or SAVE & CONNECT MORE and repeat step six.
    save and connect Riddles
    Essential, Pro, and Business plan users can connect one Riddle to a leaderboard. Enterprise plan users can connect an unlimited number of Riddles.
  8. Click on the minus icon to remove a connected Riddle.
    remove connected Riddle
  9. In the pop-up that appears, click on DELETE to confirm that all associated scores will be removed from the leaderboards.
    confirm removal from leaderboard
  10. Publish your leaderboard.
    publish leaderboard
  11. Embed your leaderboard.
    embed leaderboard

Change the podium colors

  1. Click on the circles on the right of the top three places in the leaderboard.
    go to podium colors
  2. Select a color or insert a HEX code and click APPLY.
    select podium color
    The default colors are gold for first place, silver for second, bronze for third.

Ideas and extra information

  1. Create weekly, monthly, or even ongoing cumulative leaderboards that connect different Riddles and motivate your audience to keep playing.
  2. A person's highest score is always the one that's counted on the leaderboard. If someone gets 50 points the first time they play, for example, and then 70 points the second time, the 70 will be on the leaderboard, not 50.