A round-up of all improvements and changes to the Buzz platform in version v3.0.161 available on February 20, 2020.
We updated student assessment reviews, so, when selecting a question to review in an assessment, the platform scrolls the question into view.
- Improved layout for linked-question, score settings. [Teachers]
- Improved the user experience for editing assessment question variables. [Teachers]
- Improved horizontal scrolling behavior in the Notes panel of the Activity player. [Teachers, Students]
- Fixed an issue in the Activity editor where editing a wiki activity would initially focus on the Wiki tabs instead of the activity Title field. [Teachers]
- [New Player] Fixed an issue where question feedback was not displayed for Passage questions in Assessment Templates.
- Fixed an issue in the Calendar where Domain blackout dates excluded by a course continued to appear in the Calendar for that course. [Teachers]
- Fixed a Clipboard issue where assigning a non-gradable activity to a particular grading period would instead put the activity in the first period. [Teachers]
- Fixed a Clipboard issue where sometimes, when assigning gradable activities, the gradebook settings would not be correctly applied; resulting in errors when editing the settings or assigning a score to the student. [Teachers]
- Improved usability of the For Me grades screen by allowing clicks on status cells for grading activities; originally users could only select score cells. [Teachers]
- [Publish Anywhere only] Improved print styles for assessments.
- [Publish Anywhere only] Resolved an issue with disabling Quick grader behavior in Activity grader. If a user edited the grade, tried to exit, and chose Stay on the Are you sure you want to leave dialog, the Quick grader would look disabled, but the user could still edit the grade.
Updates in version 2020.02.19.4272.
- General system improvements.
GetAttemptReview: Fixed an issue where the correct response displayed in a math fill-in-the-blank question could display an
evalfunction instead of the evaluated response.