Once attempted, quiz would not appears when the video is rolled back and allowed to pass the same timepoint.

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Once a viewer attempted a quiz, correct or wrong, that quiz would not appears again when the video is rolled back and allowed to pass the same timepoint. How can I make  the quiz keep appearing?
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You can try to refresh the site?
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Dana W

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This seems to be the way Camtasia is built, but I would like to request this modification of this feature - it would be nice for my students to be forced to retake the quiz over and over again until they get it right.  I want the option to force them to get all the questions right before they move on to the next section.  I like using the videos I create as instructional content, not as "pop quizzes" for assessment purposes.  I want to ensure that my students understand the content before they move on to the next chunk.
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Dana, your request is very sensible. As a matter of fact, I could use the feature, too. This is called the mastery-based approach and is supported by solid theory. (Bloom, 1984).
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You did not mention your release, but I recently discovered this:

1. As of version 2018.0.6 Camtasia was changed to allow resuming of quizzes. 
2. That change made it impossible to retake the quiz. Win, Lose, or draw, you never see it again. 
3. This REALLY screwed me up as I have a lot of "generic" users (customers) where all of their staff shares a login to the LMS to watch the training videos. Now, only the first one sees the quiz

Part of this is the limit of learners on my LMS. 

So, I can either
A. backlevel Camtasia to 2018.0.5 and never update again, or
B. rip all the quizzes out and create the quizzes as SCORM files and load them to the LMS with the video (lots of extra work and housekeeping) or
C. As much as I hate to say it, go to some other software.

I've presented all of this to the boss and he will decide where we go from here, but it's not looking good for us to continue to use Camtasia. YMMV