Creating a quiz works best when you can easily collaborate with your clients and colleagues. Now that Qzzr is part of Riddle, discover how to transition from Qzzr’s hubs to Riddle’s teams feature.

Qzzr had a flexible multi-user feature (‘hubs’) that was enormously popular with their quiz creator community – complete with different levels of access rights and other features.

The good news? Riddle has a flexible multiple-user’ team’ feature as well.

What’s different between Qzzr’s hubs and Riddle’s teams?

Riddle and Qzzr have taken two different approaches to workspaces and team management in their quiz creator.

Both let you collaborate with internal colleagues or clients on interactive content – with each member able to create or edit content.

Qzzr’s hubs – overview

Qzzr opted for their ‘hubs’ model – with the option for nested sub-workspaces in each folder.

Qzzr – three levels of user access

Users can be assigned three different roles in hubs:

  • Collaborators – the most common role, it gave general creation/collaboration access.
  • Admins – designed for managers, hub admins could also add users or edit this hub (or any sub-hubs).
  • Owners – these folks were the super-users, with near-total access across the account in terms of members, plan/billing, and other info.

Qzzr’s hubs – the ‘nested workspace’ approach

Right, if you’re a Qzzr customer looking to get started with Riddle’s online quiz creator, you’re probably already familiar with Qzzr’s hubs feature.

Qzzr’s hubs used a flexible ‘nested’ (or folder/sub-folder) approach – essentially creating a workspace with associated sub-workspaces.

So imagine you were part of KCBS’ online team in San Francisco.

Your account owner could create different hubs around different sections of the site: sports, news, weather, and so on.

Then, they could take it one step further and add further hubs in each. The owner or admin of the Sports hub might create further hubs – for basketball, football, and other sports.

The idea was to help teams use hubs to stay organized and manage their content.

Riddle’s teams: easy and flexible

At Riddle, we went with the more elegant ‘team’ structure – avoiding (for now) nested workspaces in favor of a more reliable and scalable team format.

Each team is its own workspace – and only members of that team can create/edit content there.

Riddle’s team workspaces are a powerful and popular feature – used by large publishers like the BBC to effectively manage content created by dozens of internal groups and hundreds of contributors.

You can:

  • Create any number of teams in your Riddle account.
  • Keep your content library organized by client or department.
  • Each team can have any number of users.
  • Users can belong to multiple teams (and still count as only one ‘seat’ for your account’s pricing).

Want us to add nested or teams inside teams (like Qzzr’s hubs)? Please drop us a quick note on our support chat.

We build based on community feedback, so every comment or feature suggestion counts!

What are the different access levels for Riddle team members?

In terms of user access, Riddle has three levels of access (four if you count the overall account owner):

  • Author:
    • Intended for freelancers or junior team members.
    • Authors can create or edit their team’s riddles.
    • However, they can’t push changes live. An editor or admin will need to press ‘publish’ to push their changes live.
  • Editor:
    • Most popular access level (about 80% of users in teams).
    • Editors can create/edit/publish their team’s content.
  • Admin:
  • Owner:
    • All the rights of admins
    • Create/modify/delete teams
    • Billing and account management

Riddle’s custom style team templates

Inviting your colleagues to collaborate is just the start.

Another big advantage of Riddle’s teams has to do with our saved style templates.

Staying consistent with branding is a key priority for larger companies.

Riddle makes it easy.

Team admins can create a style template, and save a set of colors, fonts, and any other design.

Set a default team style template

Admins can also make a style template on by default – ensuring all team members create content that matches the brand’s look and feel.

Here’s more info about creating/using/editing team style templates on Riddle.

Any questions about Qzzr’s hubs or Riddle’s teams?

Just ask us on support chat – we’re super fast to respond.

We’ll be happy to help you get the most out of Riddle’s multi-user feature to manage client relationships or get the most efficiency from your company’s structure.