There are a couple of concepts you’ll need to get to grips with to make the most from Imvoto.
The first is the distinction between what we call collections and assessments.
When you create a collection of questions on a particular topic, you have made an collection. For example, I have a collection called Circle theorems which consists of all of the questions I use on that topic.
Once created, you may use a single collection many times. Each time you use a collection with a group of students, you have created an assessment.
For example, I’ve used my Circle theorems collection with a number of different groups, including using it twice with some groups for revision
Think of a collection as a worksheet with a mix of questions on a topic: you have an original you use time and again, copying it anew for each group that uses it.