Classify is a Quickify AI drag-and-drop activity used to sort content into categories, such as different features, terms, or policies.
This article will guide you through everything you need to know about Classify:
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Classify is used for sorting categories, features, or check-all-that-apply style content. Your user will see 2 or 3 columns, then they must click and drag the letter for each item into the correct column. Correct answers turn green and stay in the column, but incorrect answers will turn red and bounce back to be re-classified. This is a timed activity and awards your user points and a badge on completion.
Here are some items to keep in mind when you're writing a Classify:
- You can use Classify for True or False content
- Keep your sentences short and to the point
- Ensure a consistent tone and style
- If you use 3 columns, limit the answers to 4 or less
Depending on your content, you can use 2 or 3 columns.
For the best user experience, limit the number of questions you ask to 3 or less.
Why is my content getting cut off?
If your content is over the character count in the editor, it will be cut off.
Why should I only have 3 or 4 answers when using 3 columns?
It's a lot of content for your end user to read and still have time to answer the question. If you need to have 3 columns with over 4 answers, then we would recommend increasing the question timer.
Here are some direct examples to help you visualize the format and layout of a great Classify activity.
Social Media Policy Onboarding
Information Security Onboarding
Fire Safety Training