A round-up of all improvements and changes to the Buzz platform in version v3.0.164 available on March 13, 2020.
Continuity of Learning program
With the support of AWS, a growing coalition of publishing partners are offering online courses for free to schools closed due to COVID-19.
Schools can learn more and participate at www.agilix.com/freecontent.
Interested publishers can contact us at www.agilix.com/contact-us. Please use #continuityoflearningcoalition as the subject.
Easily change the default platform language!
In this release, we added the ability for Admins to easily set a default platform language for a domain, as well as provide other language options that other users can choose.
In this release, we also:
- Enhanced Editor > Syllabus to show processing animation when duplicating activities and folders.
- Increased the maximum number of Notes allowed per user from 1,000 to 2,000.
- When exporting packages, Publish Anywhere now excludes activities that are hidden from the student or hidden from the table of contents.
- Resolved an issue with exporting learning-objective-mastery and student-proficiency analytics from the Activity grader > Analytics screen. The options to export this data were appearing when they shouldn't have. [Teachers]
- Improved column layout of community search table.
- Updated the Editor > Weights screen to enable the Category picker after choosing a Grading period. [Teachers]
- Resolved an issue where history was not shown in the Activity editor for activities with read-only content. [Teachers]
- Fixed an issue where content in the Badges row of the Changes card extended beyond the card in the Activity editor. [Teachers]
- Darkened the default (blue) course color to meet WCAG color contrast recommendations.
- Resolved an issue where the Course Home > Progress tooltip would display the number of activities completed in a project, but not the total number of activities in the project. [Students]
Updates in version 2020.03.13.4332.
GetItemReport: Fixed an issue where the objective score may have been incorrectly calculated