Set questions without correct answers

Is it possible to use any of the h5p modules to ask questions, without us setting a correct answer?

Or, at least, if we have to set a correct answer, not revealing it to users? 

We would like to reward people simply for answering the question, not for getting it right.

I don't think this is possible - are there any workarounds?

And, if we wanted to pay for development of this functionality, how would we go about it?

To give some context - we are looking to use h5p to collect people's predictions about things that will happen in future. So at the time of asking the question, we actually don't know what the correct answer is. We'll only know it at the end of the relevant time period. The best solution for us would be to be able to award points based on whether the answer was correct, or (in the case of numeric predictions) how close to the actual result the prediction was.


Set questions without setting a correct answer (predictions)
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BV52's picture

Hi thecryptocrowd,

Thanks a lot for contributing your ideas on how to make H5P better! We’re now working on something called the H5P supporter program allowing the H5P community to vote for and fund the top voted H5P features. Also there are developers in the community who every now and then works on a feature they find interesting or useful.

In terms of funding you can contact the core team directly through the contact form.