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Creating File Upload Questions: A Step-by-Step Tutorial

File uploading questions introduce a hands-on approach to evaluate candidates' technical proficiency, attention to detail, and problem-solving skills. By requiring candidates to work with real files, you can gain insights into their ability to handle practical tasks and adhere to specific requirements. 

Follow these steps to create impactful file uploading questions on Codejudge: 

Step 1: Login to the Codejudge recruiter account and navigate to the "Questions" section. Click on the "My Company Questions" tab, and within the filter section, select the category  "File Upload". And click on the Create Question button.

Step 2: On clicking the Create Question button, it will display a pop-up showing different question type choices and then select File Upload.

Step 3: On selecting the File Upload type, it will take you to the Information page where you can enter Test Name, Duration, Points and Problem Description.

Step 4: Recruiter can enter the question in the Problem Description field whether it can be theoretical or code snippet or image based questions. And click on Save button to proceed and you can preview the question in html.

Step 5: After saving the diagram. This action will allow you to preview the question in HTML format. After previewing, click the "Next" button to continue.

Step 6: When you click the "Next" button, the optional Answers page appears. This feature is designed to provide recruiters with insights, allowing them to grasp the content for reference. And click on Save and Next button.

Step 7: On clicking the Next button, it will display the Tags page which helps you in searching and organising the questions by entering Job Role, Difficulty, Experience and Technology. And finally click on the Publish button.

Step 8: On publishing the File Upload questions, it will be displayed in the My Company Questions section.

In this manner, candidates can submit their responses as individual files in various formats, including documents (doc, docx), spreadsheets (xls, xlsx), images, audio clips, and video files. 

By integrating file upload questions into your selection process, you can greatly augment your capacity to thoroughly evaluate candidates' competencies and attributes.

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