Are you ever goiing to fix the quiz so that more detailed feedback can be given, as was possible in 7?

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I have checked the past posts and the latest entry I can find was from two years ago.  Is this issue ever going to be addressed?  Are you currently working on an upgrade to fix the problem?  Has there been anything done on the problem in the past two years that you could share with us? If you are not going to fix the program to allow us to input more detailed feedback will you tell us? 
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Kelly Mullins, TechSmith Employee & Helper

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Hi Training,
Can you please tell me what you mean by "detailed feedback"?

Thanks so much.
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Kevin Mojek, Employee

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If you're referring to the per-question feedback in CS 7 and earlier, than yes, there is work underway to add equivalent functionality to the SmartPlayer for the next major release.
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Kim Joyce

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We love the  feedback option for quizzes. However, for our CPE CPA licensure requirements governed by NASBA ( for eLearning/self-study we need to provide feedback for all incorrect responses. That is, feedback cannot be the same for incorrect answer 1 as incorrect answer 3 (see example below).  Feedback is required as an instructional component of all self-study courses for accreditation. It is used for instruction - not just letting the learner know they picked the wrong answer. 

For example feedback for: 

Question: Which of the following is a typical triggering event for a Buy/Sell agreement?

Answer 1: Desire to buy.

Incorrect/Feedback. Desire to sell is a typical triggering event for a Buy/Sell agreement, not buy.

Answer 2: Retirement.
Correct/Feedback. Retirement is one of the typical triggering events for a Buy/Sell agreement.

Answer 3: Marriage.
Incorrect/Feedback: Divorce is a typical triggering event for a Buy/Sell agreement, not marriage.