Shaun Creighton commented,
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That's what I figured ... but thought I'd ask. :) Thanks!
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That does make sense .. thanks for the response. I can see where the start/end dates would be helpful for continuous courses where students are actually enrolled to signify the "active" dates of th...
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Yep, that's what we're experiencing. It turns out that the blackout dates the admin wanted over that one domain apply to all of our students, so we just set those up in a "higher up" domain and the...
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Is there any update on when/if this feature might be available for teachers? I just had a teacher ask about it today. They want to hide some courses (which they know they can do) but they also want...
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Thank you (as always) for your thorough and clear responses, Brad. Of course I have another question for you ... Similarly to my last question, we need to give someone access to monitor student pro...
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We are shuffling around the way we have organized our users and courses within different domains, and a new need has popped up. We have students with user accounts in all different domains (their d...
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When I create a new continuous course, it seems like I should be able to just enter the number of days without having to enter start/end dates ... but every time I try to leave the start/end dates ...
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On this documentation page, it says the following about domain-wide blackout dates (emphasis added): "Blackout dates: Use blackout dates to specify the dates you don't want included when calculatin...
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In my district, we have an online academy where students may either take their entire schedule of classes online, or take most of their schedule in person at their "home school" but take a course o...
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That's very helpful ... thanks, Brad!