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We typically create a separate group within the class. Once you have a group you can use the editor to make assignments visible to one group but not to another. You can also change other settings f...
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Yes, if you hide an assignment it will be removed from the gradebook like it was never assigned.
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If something was deleted from within the activity you can look at the history. Open the assignment in the editor and click the history tab. You can scroll through and see changes that were made.   ...
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I have had activities, folders, modules, etc disappear several times over the years. It took a while to figure out that it was caused by using the trackpad on my laptop to scroll through the syllab...
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In the editor click the wrench at the top of the screen. The last item in the pop-up menu is the recycle bin.
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I don't believe this is possible for an individual user (teacher). It may be something that can be done behind the scenes by whoever manages Buzz for your school. It would be a nice addition for Ag...
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Now that I think about it you may be able to accomplish this with the clipboard. I don't really use the clipboard very much, so I'm not an expert. Hopefully, someone from Agilix will chime in and a...
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Do you have this menu that allows switching between student and teacher views?
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Assuming you have editing rights, you should just be able to click the eye in the editor to hide any individual activity from students.
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Here is a simple question asking students to reduce a fraction. You can copy it and paste it into an assessment to try it out. Open a new assessment. Go to the questions tab. Click on the <> and pa...