How do I add a Steps in a Process (ordered list) quiz?
Steps in a Process quizzes let you create a list of questions for users to put in a specific order or list as specific steps. Bridge uses your entries to automatically create random questions for your users.
See how users view ordered list questions.
Users will also see Steps in a Process quiz questions in follow-up Bridge Retain exercises if Retain is enabled for a course.
Note: Some features may be restricted based on permissions for your user role.
Open Author Menu
In the Global Navigation menu, click the Application Switcher icon . Then, click the Author menu option .
Note: The Global Navigation menu may differ depending on what is enabled in your account.
On the Courses page, click the name of a course.
Click the Edit icon.
To add a quiz, click the Add Content drop-down menu  and click the Add Question link .
Select Ordered List Type
Click the Steps in a Process quiz type.
Add List Title or Description
In the List Title or Description field, add a title or description for your quiz.
Add List Items
In each list item text field, enter a question, statement, or set of words.
Reorder List Items
The numbers to the left of each item  identify the order of each item. The order shown in the list will be the correct order, meaning users will have to match the items in the same order as shown in the quiz. If necessary, you can drag and drop items to reorder them in the list  and the numbers will automatically adjust.
To add another step to the list, click the Add Step link . To add feedback to your quiz, click the Customize Learner Feedback menu . To remove a step, locate the step and click the Remove icon .
Note: Removing a step is immediate and cannot be undone.
Add More Detail
Once you have created your steps, you have the option to add more detail for each item. This step is optional, but it allows you to create more content for Bridge to use in generating quiz questions.
If you go back and make changes to your steps, the Add More Detail options will update automatically.