I run trivia games and I’m looking to automate my scoring process. Currently, I look at the answer submitted and if it’s correct, I check a box. If not, I do nothing. My goal is for Coda to check the box if the answer is correct.
@Quentin_Morel , this is also awesome. It works beautifully. However, I’ve come across a unique problem given my use case. I made a quick video describing the problem if you have any ideas on how to make it work.
It will check your current round table, and find the answer from this row, according to the good number. Here is the play… I did it for “Question 1” in your table, but I let you reproduce that to all your question.
Let me know if this is ok for you, or if i can help you again ?
Is the anyway I can still click the checkbox even if the submitted answer does match up? I just thinking there might be a few times were a second potential answer is good enough. Like maybe the misspell “leaf” as “leave”. Honest mistake by them submitting “Leave” but I knew they meant “Leaf” and I want to give them credit anyways.