Change the size of your image thumbnails!
We love to hear what's going right, of course, but we also appreciate hearing about what doesn't work for you and what we can do better. In the coming months, we will be introducing many new features and updates, most of which were conceived and developed in response to your input. So thank you! And please keep those comments coming: email@example.com.
When you create a post or a comment, you now have the option of tagging specific individuals in the class. Students can also tag their classmates – and you.
When you publish your post or comment, the system sends those you have tagged a notification, letting them know that you have posted something you think will be of particular interest to them. A link in the notification takes them directly to your message. (Learn more about Notifications for Instructors.)
This is a great way to make sure students see your answers to their questions or to let someone know that you have responded to their comment.
When you attach images and other files to a post or comment (using the "Media" tool), they are displayed in a series of thumbnails. Now you have the option to set the size of the thumbnails for each media row. You can choose to display one, two, or up to four thumbnails in a given row.
This is a great way to highlight the most important images in a post.
Keep in mind that if you want to display thumbnails in different sizes, you will need to upload them in separate media rows.
As you know, instructors set the default layout (grid or list) for every topic. And the default sort order for every topic is by date (chronological).
Now, you can choose your own preferred layout and sort order for each topic, and the system will remember your choice.
Changes to the styling of Reply with Quotes make it easier to distinguish the student's posted material from the instructor's response.
Keep in mind that Reply with Quotes is only available as a response to a post, and not as a response to a comment. Students do not have access to this tool.
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