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What is the difference between a pinned discussion and an unpinned discussion?

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kmeeusen
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Hi  @pblankenship 

Well........... obviously one is all covered with little tiny holes, and the other isn't? 

Sorry, couldn't help myself.

This guide will help How do I pin a discussion in a course? , specifically this introductory information,

You can pin discussions so students will see them at the top of the Discussions index page. Such discussions could include short-run discussions, discussions that only run for a single week, and any other discussions that students should specifically pay attention to. You can also pin discussions within student groups.

If you pin several discussions to the Pinned Discussion section, you can move or reorder discussions within the section.

Note: Students do not see the Pinned Discussions section when the page does not include pinned discussions.

I hope this helps,

Kelley

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kmeeusen
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Hi  @pblankenship 

Well........... obviously one is all covered with little tiny holes, and the other isn't? 

Sorry, couldn't help myself.

This guide will help How do I pin a discussion in a course? , specifically this introductory information,

You can pin discussions so students will see them at the top of the Discussions index page. Such discussions could include short-run discussions, discussions that only run for a single week, and any other discussions that students should specifically pay attention to. You can also pin discussions within student groups.

If you pin several discussions to the Pinned Discussion section, you can move or reorder discussions within the section.

Note: Students do not see the Pinned Discussions section when the page does not include pinned discussions.

I hope this helps,

Kelley

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pblankenship
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Thanks so much Kelley for your help! 😃

Are you thanking me for a bad joke,  @pblankenship  ?

I just hope the real answer makes sense.

Kelley