Understanding zApps and Books
- What is the difference between a zApp and a Book?
- What can I do with zApps or Books?
- What are the zApp types?
- What is the recommended zApp time?
- What is the average score of a zApp? How is it calculated?
- What does copyright mean for a zApp or Book?
- How are zApp and Book ratings calculated?
- Can zApps be exported for use in other platforms?
- How do I edit a zApp that is not mine?
How do I edit a zApp that is not mine?
Any zApp that you find on sQuizya can be freely reproduced, modified, extracted and shared within the sQuizya platform. To edit a zApp, you must first import any or all of its questions into a new zApp. Once imported, the questions can be modified without limits, combined with questions from other zApps or questions that you create yourself, and saved as a brand new zApp.
The copyright status of a zApp that you wish to edit defines how you can use the resulting modified zApp. You can find the copyright status of a zApp from its expanded description, or from the list of zApp questions in Step 2 of the zApp Creator, where questions imported from a copyright restricted zApp will be marked with a ©.
If the questions you import and edit come from a copyright unrestricted zApp, you may share your resulting modified zApp within your institution and the wider sQuizya community.
If the questions you import and edit come from a copyright restricted zApp, you can share your resulting modified zApp within your institution only, so as to protect the copyright of the original author.