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Ken Krummenacker the auto flunked scores will not be removed if the auto flunk course setting is disabled. The teacher will need to go to the activity grader for all students and clear the auto flu...
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Hello Riley: You have posted to the Agilix Help Center, the maker of your online environment. It looks like this was intended to be submitted within your online education environment. If you need a...
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Hello Brittany! There should be a forgot password button near where you input your credentials on the login page. If it is not present or you are unable to reset your password please reach out to y...
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@Marc: The To-do list now displays activities with due dates in several additional scenarios, including: Activities that have been allowed a retry and the due date or grace period has not expired...
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It will congratulate students upon completing the activity so they know they are caught up in the course, otherwise they could end up going on through the course without some guidance of their prog...
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Because the students took the exam on a previous version of the activity settings, they will need to be issued a retry to experience the changes made to the activity. Once they submit again, the ch...
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Hey Chris: See my response in this post. Feel free to have a ticket summited to Agilix Support through your school organization as we will need more details to see what is occurring.  
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Hello Heather: What type of content did the student upload? Is the uploaded content seen by proxying as the student and navigate to the activity? 
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Hi Hilarie! What specific modifications are you attempting to make? Much of the settings in the activity may be applied to specific groups as has been provided in this post thread. 
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Hey Amy: There isn't a good way to do this at this time other than what has already been suggested.  Not ideal, you could possibly use a non-gradable assessment with a Multiple Answer type question...