Category Archives: Quiz-Tree Tips
We are considering removing most of ads for Quiz-Tree members. In other words, instead of 5 ad units per page, you will see only 1 ad. This may decrease our revenues in the short run, but should hopefully improve your … Continue reading
Have you noticed that Quiz-Tree.com has a new look? We’ve made it easier for you to find the quizzes that you need. More news. Most of our quizzes don’t require Flash anymore. What does that mean to you? You can … Continue reading
Recently we have added a new cool feature to Quiz-Tree: Playlists. Why? Playlists provide a quick way to navigate Quiz-Tree and spend more time learning and less time searching. Where are Playlists? When you open a quiz page, you will … Continue reading
Most of our quizzes now have a new feature: If you get a perfect score, you will see a button that lets you easily tweet about your accomplishment. To check this out, simply play your favorite quiz and get 100%! … Continue reading
There is a question that we receive once in awhile: Is this website free or do I have to pay to access the quizzes? The answer is simple: Quiz-Tree is free. It is supported by our advertisers so that everyone … Continue reading
Do you find Quiz-Tree useful? Do you have a favorite quiz at Quiz-Tree.com? If so, please take a moment to “Like” that quiz on Facebook. It literally takes a second to click the “Like” button on your favorite Quiz-Tree.com page. … Continue reading
Don’t like your automatically-generated password? Once you sign in, you can easily personalize your password. Please open the “My Stuff” page and find the “Change password” section.
The newsletter subscription is different from the website membership. Both are free, and you have to sign up for them separately. To subscribe to our newsletter, click here. To become a member of Quiz-Tree, click here.
The password is sent to you as soon as you join. However, some email systems now use various forms of filtering. If you didn’t receive our email, it probably ended up in your bulk email folder or in a similar … Continue reading