Making and testing an answer base for smartBIDI

smartBIDI’s DOS Bidder is most powerful when you’ve curated a set of your old answers. The simplest way is a spreadsheet with two columns: the questions from previous bids, and your answers. There’s an example file here: smartBIDI example files.

Testing your answer base

A good way to curate your answers is to use the testing process. If you save your answer base as a word file, and add a new column to the left hand side of the document, you can get some indicative scores. (There’s an example file here: smartBIDI example files)

Once you have your file ready, navigate to and upload the document.