Order it: our drag/drop sequence quiz
We added a new quiz to add even more flexibility to our quiz maker.
The 'order it' is unique to Riddle - this format gives our quiz creator community even more creative freedom.
Challenge the user to line up answers in the correct order - with clues and hints along the way.
Sounds simple - but it's surprisingly tricky. And addictive.
Wimbledon challenges their fans
The organizers (or 'organisers' if you're British) behind the legendary tennis tournament at Wimbledon are endlessly inventive engaging their fans with our quiz maker.
They often select 'order it' for their quiz line up - like this "When did these champions win the Nature Valley Open Nottingham?" example:
Order it: a wide range of use cases
The beauty of 'order it' lies in its flexibility.
You can ask questions like:
- Place these films in order by release data
- Rank these 10 countries from biggest to smallest
- Sort the players by goals scored
Use this whatever the topic, from time, size, or any other fact.
If there's a correct way to list them, the 'order it' is a great way to challenge your audience.
The BBC like to shuffle things up
The CBBC team at the British Broadcasting Corporation are wizards with quizzes - you can rely on them for endlessly unique quiz ideas.
Check out this 'Order It: Skeleton Shuffle' - that cleverly engages kids about the human skeleton.
You have quiz options. Lots of options.
Just like all of our quiz maker's 15 interactive content formats - we give you a number of customization options.
Check out this sample:
- Unlimited questions
- Unlimited items per questions (we recommend 5-7)
- Optional clues
- Choose the # of chances per user
- Display answers in the correct order
We whipped up this handy blog post that covers the 'order it' in more detail.
Discover more use cases for the 'order it', best practices, and other live examples.
Ask us anything
Feel free to ask us anything quiz-related - from quiz marketing to crafting the perfect 'order it'.
We're super fast to get back to people - often in under a minute.
(People sometimes think we're bots - but we're not; we are just 100% customer support geeks.)
You always reach us on our support chat - or send us an email (email@example.com).
Looking forward to hearing from you!