QuizDrum is a piece of software that allows you to host a website for conducting and participating in quizzes. Quizmasters can log on to your QuizDrum website with their Google account and create new quizzes, add and modify questions, and host a live quizzing session. Participants can log on to your QuizDrum website and answer and update questions and keep track of the scoreboard. The quizmaster can awards points to each answer, and control the flow of the quiz.

You can install QuizDrum on most operating systems, but it has only been tested on linux and windows machines. It is written in Go and JavaScript, and stores its data using SQLite. There are no pre-set limits on the number of participants.

This is not an officially supported Google product.

Github has the source code.

This program and its source code is licensed under the Apache License 2.0.

Last updated June 2020.