ACTION 1: Login to your Facebook account. Scroll to the bottom of the page. Click the Applications tab in the lower left corner. On the menu that pops up, click Browse More Applications at the bottom.
ACTION 2: On the page of apps, there's a Search Apps box near the upper left corner. Use that the box to look for the app Test Developer. I picked Test Creator because it's simple to find out and has fewer actions than a few of the other quiz developers.
ACTION 3: Click the Test Creator application. On the next page that appears, click the button Go To Application in the upper left corner. Another page will appear to ask you to enable the application to access your personal data. Click Permit. Finally, you'll get to the page where you start producing the quiz.
ACTION 4: On the first page, you'll be asked to get in some basic info about your test. Follow the triggers and enter your quiz name-- for instance, "What kind of dog are you?" Fill out a brief description of the quiz. Publish a picture from your computer system to highlight your quiz.
ACTION 5: Get in the results of your test-- golden retriever, Labrador retriever, German shepherd, French bulldog-- as well as the descriptions the test taker will see in addition to their results. Follow the triggers to upload an image to accompany each result.
ACTION 6: Enter the questions for your test, and pair the responses with the desired outcome. For example:
Concerns: Exactly what is your preferred food?
Answer: Anything-- Labrador retriever
Answer: Caviar-- poodle
Answer: Steak-- German shepherd
Answer: Kibble-- golden retriever
ACTION 7: Click Next. This takes you to a page with a giant button: Set up the Developer App. That pops open a new page. Click Enable. This is where the going gets tricky. Facebook needs lots of clicks to produce the actual quiz application.
ACTION 8: Return to the previous page, where there's another giant button: YES, I have the Developer App. Click that.
ACTION 9: Take a deep breath. Exhale. You're going to have to follow a bunch of guidelines to appear a bunch of windows. A few of them will direct you to yet other windows. The objective is to get some long, gibberish-to-you however important-to-the-computer text strings from one window, and paste them into another. Why do you even need to do that? I do not know.
Facebook isn't really the best at user interfaces, and it suffers as a result. Many individuals will abandon the procedure here rather than hang in there. You're a Gadgetwise reader, though, so make me happy and curse this multi-window authentication process even as you finish it. But after a half lots windows with instructions written by a software application developer, asking you to please be patient type this into that window, you'll suddenly have a page with your test showed on it.
ACTION 10: The final step in the test creation procedure requires you to welcome one or more Facebook friends to attempt your quiz. Now you know why you get a lot of of them.
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