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This would be so much more convenient, especially when you're grading from the to do screen and grading some long overdue assignments, which tends to be the norm around this time in the semester.
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Hi Steven, We would also love to see the treat unscored items as zero option added to the bulk edit options, both to turn it on and to turn it off. That would be a helpful tool.  For example, when ...
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This is a real game-changer in sooooooo many ways.  Huge thanks to everyone at Agilix who worked on bringing this to us all!
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If that information can be input/updated through an API command, I could see if we'd be willing to pay the SDS company to change their programming to put that information in a different location. T...
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Tyler, I would normally just enter "spelling" in the filter. I often grade my assignments in batches in this way. I think the system orders them by date submitted. Does that not work for them? Sorr...
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This is also something that has plagued us for years. The parent observer in reviewing the grades screen sees all of these black paper icons and thinks that the teacher is just incompetent and can'...
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This would be a huge improvement that would alleviate so many issues that we have seen over the years. I do strongly suggest some sort of visual indicator to help everyone also know that not all of...
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Kevin, In Course Settings, go to the Categories and click on each of them and then also click the letter option.  See if that's what you're trying to do.
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Agree with Flew on this one!  It would be best if this scaled by device, but always filled the entire space.  Otherwise, I would say let's go back to the table of contents on the left side where it...
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Hi Chelsie,   I use the filter tool in the Gradebook so that I can focus on only the most current unit and/or the most current assignment. See if that helps you out. Jeremy