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@Jen and @cakekindel, sorry for this inconvenience. We have discovered an issue that was causing the import process to take a long time to get initialized. We have since addressed it and should be ...
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Hey Scott, I am going to be sending you an email about this issue. Please respond to the email.
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It should be instantaneous. I am looking into why it was not sent.
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I'm sorry but Chandler misinformed you. They should be able to help you through this. I just reset your lockout. If you go and select "forgot password," it will send you an email to reset your pass...
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Exported courses from Publish Anywhere are Thin Common Cartridges that requires LTI for the receiving LMS and an active Buzz instance. This is because the content still resides in Buzz but is made ...
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Hey Scott, your "current password" must not be correct. They must've sent you an incorrect password. You are being prompted to change your password because your account requires it, not because yo...
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Hey @Aaron, nice to meet you! I think you may have posted this to the wrong forum. In your Buzz course, you will likely find the activity "1.03 Others Seeking Fitness Discussion" where this suppose...
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Hey Marc, the enrollment APIs (e.g., ListUserEnrollments) does return information regarding the enrollments' scores if you append `select=metrics` to your query. I would encourage your authorized s...
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@Augie, if you use one of the enrollment APIs (e.g., ListUserEnrollments), you can append `select=metrics` to view the enrollments' metrics, including category and overall grades.
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As long as you properly escape characters in your request so that it doesn't conflict with your JSON/XML, then there are no limits. I know that we support at least 2000+ characters in the password....