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Cliff Cunningham
Can you clarify a point of confusion:   In my testing, I have done this: 1)  Set an assignment Grade Posting Policy to "Manually". 2)  Entered/edited grades. 3)  Hit "Post Grades".   So far, so good. Everything behaves as it should. The grades were hidden, during enter/edit. Then, the grades became visible to the students once I posted.  … (Show more)
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Kona Jones
To help with the transition from the current Canvas gradebook to the New Gradebook I created the following functionality comparison. This is a working document, so feel free to comment on if you think wording needs tweaked or if you think something needs to be added to this chart. Feel free to copy and edit this information as needed.  …
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Sonja Froyen
I understand the concept that a grade retains the visibility status of the policy in place when it was entered. However, if a grade is deleted, THEN the Grade Posting Policy is set to Manually, THEN the grade re-entered, the grade is visible. Here's 2:43 minute video showing the behavior.
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chofer@morainepark.edu
I am working with a number of our institutions on the new Gradebook. One of the positives is the ability to override a grade. However, it appears to me that the grade override ONLY lets one change the calculated grade for another grade that is available in the grading schema. So, one could override a B to give the student a B+.  In our case,… (Show more)
Cliff Cunningham
I'm still trying to sort out the behavior of the Grade Posting Policy, and how it does/doesn't interact with the Hide Grades command.   This is one point of confusion.      1)  My course has two students. One is the native "Test Student", that we work with in the Student View. The other student is a dummy account that we created just to test… (Show more)
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Erin Hallmark
This video was made by one of our Gradebook engineers to demo post policies functionality.   2019-07-13
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Greg Crum
When you:   Set the grading Policy to Manual  Enter Grades Select the Post Grades option to Everyone and then post your grades 2019-10-24_09-48-42.png    Shouldn't the Grading Policy change to Automatic since any grades you enter after that will be visible by default. Right how the post policy stays at Manual.    Am I missing something?  … (Show more)
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Erin Hallmark
Click to view contentThe New Gradebook has modified the functionality of muting and unmuting. The main change is that this new functionality allows graders to have more control for posting grades on a granular level, such as by section, by a feature called post policies. Additionally, instead of having to hide all assignments individually, the Gradebook Settings menu…
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