The font for the group lists needs to be darker when projected on a screen so students can read their name from their seat.
Thank you for submitting this idea, Janet Stevenson Welcome to the Canvas Community! Would you please provide a screenshot of where specifically the group lists appear that the font needs to be darker—and please make sure that students' names (or at the very least, last names) are obscured in your screenshot so that we may preserve their privacy?
I have attached the screen shot.
Janet, the screenshot did not come through. Please navigate directly to this idea in the Canvas Community, make sure you're logged in, and edit the idea description to incorporate the screenshot.
I do not know how to do that. There is not button that says attach a copy. I know how to attach it to this email. I attached it to the email. I need more instructions to attach it to the description.
I need instructions on how to attach the screenshot to the discussion. I do not see an attach button. I logged in and did not see any instructions for an attachment.
Janet, once you're logged in and have navigated to Make font bolder for group lists. (this idea), click the Edit button that appears at the upper right of the page, and follow the instructions in this screenshot:
I wasn't able to insert the image, but was able to attach the word document of the screen shot.. I hope that works.
Janet, I downloaded the document and opened it in Word. The screenshot shows how the Groups setup appears to in the instructor view, from the People tab. So that the Community can support your idea, would you clarify that your workflow is to navigate to the People tab in your course and project the groups on a screen so that students can take additional action? If so, what additional action are you requesting?
As an alternative, could you provide your students the instructions to view groups for themselves, as described in How do I view my Canvas groups as a student? and How do I view all groups in a course as a student? , so they can see their assigned group(s) and members?
Yes. The students are then moving to the area in the room listed by their group. Students do not have access to a computer to look up the information.
Thanks for providing those details, Janet! The idea is open for voting.
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