Quilgo allows you to conduct online tests by embedding a timer in your Google Forms via its Google Forms Add-on. You can use Google Forms as a primary forms engine, which means you can build quizzes and store responses at Google while using the rest of the features Quilgo offers, including timer, proctoring and analytics. This guide covers the specifics of Quilgo for Google Forms only, the rest of the information can be found in the Docs.
First of all, you need to install Quilgo Add-on for Google Forms:
Next, you need to enable Quilgo in your Google Form:
Once your Quilgo account is open you will be asked to read and agree with Quilgo Terms & Conditions to continue. When you agree with Quilgo Terms, the set-up is considered finished.
Once you enable the Add-on for your form, the Quilgo ID field will be created automatically. This field is required to allow Quilgo to fetch submission data. You don't need to fill it in, this field will be pre-populated automatically for each respondent.
Yes, but as little as possible. Quilgo adds a Quilgo ID field and also turns Google authentication OFF, adding its own access layer.
The answers cannot be submitted automatically in Google Forms, they can only be submitted when your respondents click the "Submit" button in the form. If you use the "Auto-close" option and the respondent doesn't submit the form in time, their answers will not be submitted and you will see a "Time over" badge next to the test in your Dashboard. If you are unsure, try to use tests without the "Auto-close" option, it allows you to submit the form at any time and the time will be still logged in your Dashboard.
This is a Google bug. Please try to refresh your Google Form page a few times.
This is a known issue with Google permissions and it happens when you are logged in with more than one Google account. Try to sign out of all accounts except your main account. Alternatively, try Guest/Incognito mode.
There could be 2 main reasons for that:
Unfortunately, Quilgo does not yet support file uploading in Google Forms.
When your Google Form is configured to require your respondents to authenticate via Google, this will unfortunately not work with Quilgo. This is why we attempt to turn these settings off when you enable the Quilgo Add-on for your Google Form. However, sometimes it is not possible for us to turn these settings off for you or these settings may be turned back on later by form owners. In this case, we send you a notification suggesting to turn these settings off manually. Please note, Quilgo's own authentication layer will remain to be present.
Unfortunately, Google does not allow calculating of precise score for tests with questions of type Grid or Checkbox Grid. If your form contains such question types, we are not able to calculate the score and thus cannot show it.