You can populate the questions for your assessment by choosing ready-to-use questions from the library and/or you could author your own questions.




1. Choose questions from the library


  • You can Filter and Sort questions based on Question type, Language, Tags, Difficulty levels and others. The search results will give you a list of questions you can choose to add. Check the box beside the question title to add it to the assessment. To view the question content click on the arrow at the right end.



  • Preview the question and to add the question click on Add this Question.
  • For questions created by your team members, you will find a  icon which will enable you to duplicate the question and make changes if required. This option will not be available for questions created by Glider.
  • Add more questions by clearing the search and filtering the questions by a new search criteria.
  • When you have added a sufficient number of questions, click on Proceed to Review.
  • You can preview the entire Assessment by clicking on View as Candidate or Save as Draft  to save the work and continue later.
  • Click on Save and Proceed to publish the test. You will have to configure the test before inviting candidates to take the test.



2. Author questions


  • Click on the Create New Question button to start authoring questions of your own
  • Glider supports 40+ question types. You can choose from the array of question types to start creating questions.
  • In the Classic Question Types, we have ten question types. You can choose to author Essay type, True or False, MCQs, Coding or Video questions.



 Note: Questions types which have a icon are mobile compatible


  • When you have added a sufficient number of questions, click on Proceed to Review
  • You can preview the entire Assessment by clicking on View as Candidate or Save as Draft  to save the work and come back later to review the assessment and publish
  • Click on Save and Proceed to publish the test. You will have to configure the test before inviting candidates to take the test. 


Once you have added all your questions, you are ready to proceed to the next step, that is to configure how the assessment will be administered: Test Configuration