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Sure! Here's the nutshell -- I'll link documentation pages in too for the full picture. Instead of uploading the HTML templates to the domain, you'll want to start by creating a Content Templates ...
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Not as far as I can tell. It looks like they only work in folder landing pages and activities in Buzz. 🙁
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In the meantime, using replacement variables looks like the closest substitute.
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What you're describing has been my consistent experience with the theme tool both before and after the update. If there's a toolbar color hex specified in the domain settings, it overrides users' c...
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Awesome! Thanks for highlighting that help article—that's a change since I dealt with badges last, and I love it!
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Upvote. I had the same experience when I used badges for the first time last semester—badges that were set to auto-award on completion of an assignment were awarded twice to each student, and badge...
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Sure enough! Based on a test I just ran, it looks like that grade export runs off of weight-points rather than grading-scale-points. As the screenshot shows, I changed weight-points to 100 and left...
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Looks like that might have to do with how the teacher has the assignments set up. When I run that export for a class I'm teaching, these are the results: Is it possible that the teacher has the gr...
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+1 to this idea! It would be great if teachers had a personal, meta-course resource library that included a place to design/store reusable badges. Another option might be to enable adding badges fr...
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She is! She'll want to go to Gradebook, then click the wrench icon, then click Export scores from that menu.   From there, she can choose to export points instead of percentages.