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The "Question-answer" system does not work


Egorkin

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It would be recommended to not use simple mathematic equations. It is best to use a question specific to your niche that only your real users would know and which canโ€™t be easily Googled.

Bots can easily do math these days and there are humans who will do research and post it on spammer sites for other bots to use so you also will want to rotate your questions frequently.

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5 hours ago, Jim M said:

It would be recommended to not use simple mathematic equations.

Of course! This was just an example of a dynamic question. But in IPS, you can't create N questions with answers and output a random one every time - that's a big drawback.

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Why there is no mark "Active/inactive question". So that you can turn them on and off, and not save them in a text file and enter them into the table every time?

Very feeble interface and features. IPS is engaged in decorating, but there are almost no real technical necessary things. This is bad ๐Ÿ˜ž

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On 2/9/2023 at 5:57 AM, Egorkin said:

Of course! This was just an example of a dynamic question. But in IPS, you can't create N questions with answers and output a random one every time - that's a big drawback.

Im a little confused as to what you mean here, as thats exactly what the feature does.

17 hours ago, Egorkin said:

Why there is no mark "Active/inactive question". So that you can turn them on and off, and not save them in a text file and enter them into the table every time?

Im not sure why you would want to. You would simply delete if you dont want to use them. Knowing the reasons you are doing this may be helpful for us to determine the issues.

17 hours ago, Egorkin said:

Very feeble interface and features. IPS is engaged in decorating, but there are almost no real technical necessary things. This is bad ๐Ÿ˜ž

Very sorry to hear you feel that way, however I would say adding practical and actionable feedback is more constructive than labelling items as feeble. Its still not clear here what you cannot do, as Im not actually sure your assumptions above are correct.

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