Within each document, you can create a test made up of several multiple-choice questions to ensure that your team have read and understood all of the steps they have completed so far.
This is particularly useful for activities where a high level of compliance is required but also helps to make learning interactive and worthwhile.
If you have a document ending with a test, your team members will not be able to mark it as complete until they have passed with the minimum percentage you have set. This also gives you an opportunity to identify team members that aren't engaging with your documents or perhaps need a little extra support.
To see how assigned members have performed in tests, head to your Reports view and generate a report for the particular subject and document you wish to review. It should look something like this:
If you have any questions about how to best use tests within your organisation, reach out to the support team and we'll be more than happy to advise 🙂
Here are some of our best practice tips for structuring your Waybook effectively and some keys things you'll need to get started.
If you've found a particularly good use for tests within your organisation's Waybook, don't keep it to yourself - get in touch with the team and share your tips with other Waybookers ✨