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Another update, Chad T. Lower. In next week's update (July 14, 2022) we will be changing the behavior so that these popups do not disrupt your workflow. Essentially, it will behave very similar to ...
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Hey Chad T. Lower, I'm sorry for this frustration. As you noted, this change happened a few months ago. It was introduced with an upgrade by one of our vendors to address an accessibility issue. Ho...
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Hey Neal, there are two ways you can accomplish this: CSV or bulk update. If you are using the CSV approach, then it should work by using a CSV in this format. Action,User Id,Status Edit,12345,Inac...
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Hello khushbu chauhan, I hope you are doing well. We currently do not support the Proctoring Service extension for LTI 1.3. However, we are exploring to build it out this year. We would love to hav...
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You can update the user external ID (see Importing User Data) and the enrollment external ID (see Importing enrollment data) through a CSV. Both of these entites support "edit."
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Hey Marc, while it may not be ideal, you can still discover this in the Admin app. If you go to the History tab of the course, select Details for any version of the course, and then scroll to the v...
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If you want these activities to not count to the final score just for this one student, then I would recommend excusing the activity from the student after they completed the assessments. Alternati...
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Hey Marc, that is good feedback. We actually knew, at launch, that we would need a "weights" tab to see how different activities compared to one another across a standard. In fact, we have a couple...
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Happy you guys like it! With last week's changes and the upcoming enhancements (๐Ÿ˜‰ ) to assessments, we hope that everyone is equally excited.
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Hey Bruce, as of now, the choices are displayed at the set width of 250px wide for drag-and-drop. However, you can use HTML (including math expressions) for the choices. See below.