It would be nice to have a button that will lock every assignment or file on the page so that if I want to lock all items, it just locks them all. This is similar to google email.
Hello, Jeff, we've placed this idea into Moderating status to request clarification.
Screenshots and specific use case examples would help members evaluate the idea.
When doing a blueprint, there is an option to lock content. I just want to
be able to lock and unlock all of the items instead of having to click on
every single item. When using a blue print, I don't want others changing
the content. This is because if any edit is made on purpose or
accidentally, then their is no way to restore the data back to the
blueprint. This is a flaw in the blueprint itself, however, since that
isn't fixed, it would be nice to at least be able to lock everything at
once. Not a realy big issue, but it would save a lot of time and be very
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Thanks for that clarification, Jeff! Would you please edit the idea title and description to frame it within the context of Blueprint Courses? You should be able to perform the necessary edits by navigating to this page and clicking on the Edit pencil at the upper right.
A similar idea moved forward for voting a while back but did not receive strong support: Lock All Content in Blueprint. It's in the Cold Storage group, so if you'd like to use it for reference when rewriting your idea, please request membership.
Thank you for editing the idea, Jeff; it's now open for voting.
This is certainly a needed feature. An admin should be able to click one button in the settings for a Blueprint course that locks down all items: modules, pages, files, assignments, etc... We are a virtual school with nearly 100 Blueprint courses, each containing nearly 100 lockable items, and having to individually lock each item is entirely too tedious.
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