Find on image

Find out how to create a Find on Image interaction

Updated over a week ago

About this feature

The Find on image is a creative way for you to interact with your audience by uploading a picture and asking them to find or identify elements on it.

For the time being, a Find on image must have at least one correct answer. However, there are a few tricks you can use if you wish to work around this limitation. Find out more in step three!

Please note that horizontal pictures tend to be displayed smaller on the participants’ device than on the presenter’s screen. For an overall smoother experience, please favour pictures in portrait orientation in .jpg, .png or .gif format.

How does it work?

Step 1: Select the Find on image question-type

Step 2: Fill in a question & add an image

To create a Find on image, you need to

  1. fill in a question;

  2. upload an image and select the correct area(s) (see step 3);

  3. and adjust the settings (optional).

Step 3: Mark the correct area(s)

A Find on image must have at least one correct answer. To add one:

  • click on Add zone;

  • choose the shape of the area (circle or rectangle);

  • drag & drop the green shape to the correct area (e.g. Venus);

  • and resize the area until it covers only the correct part of the image.

Repeat these steps to add more correct answers.

As of yet, it’s not possible to have an image with no correct answer. However, you can:

  • Add a small correct zone anywhere on the image.

  • Let the correct zone cover the whole image.

These two options will have an impact on how the score of your event is displayed. In Wooclap, the “correct” zone of Find on image will be taken into account in the report or the results in the Excel file and the participant report. In your LMS, that zone will also influence how grade points are synchronised.

Step 4: Start the question

Once you start the question, the image will be displayed on the participants' devices and they'll be able to answer by pointing to the area(s) they think are correct. As shown below, participants have to submit each answer before selecting another one. If they click on two different areas before submitting, only the second one will be saved.

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