You can make any object, image, or line of text an answer. There are many different types of questions and answers that are supported within the deck builder.
We have premade answer blocks for multiple choice, multiple pictures, and fill in the blank questions. You can customize each of these to suit your needs (see the tutorial videos on deck editing or the Demo Deck by Mr. Eric).
You can make multiple choice and multiple picture multi-response. Through advanced use of the text box element you can turn any portion of a Powerpoint page into an answer (see the tutorial on importing Powerpoint). Fill in the blank answers can be auto-graded or left open-ended. For open-ended items you can make comments, which the students will receive.
You can have “lesson cards”, which do not have questions. You can use these to teach your students, provide directions for the deck, or give them materials to study. For obvious reasons, it is recommended that you don't randomize your cards in any deck with lesson cards in it. You turn off randomize cards in the Details menu.
You can only have one template card per deck (its elements auto-fill to all cards). If you are going to have mixed modes, we recommend you create a card for each mode and then Duplicate those cards to create additional cards in the same mode.