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jay_lewenstein
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I want to learn how "move" or "drag" my Canvas announcments in numerical or chronological order

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Hola Canvas Community,

Today I'm trying to make changes with the ORDER of my ANNOUNCEMENTS.

I'm digging into past semesters for announcements I have already developed to copy and paste into my current semester.

* I want to learn how to arrange my announcments in numerical order.

* I have attached a SNIP of what my announcements currently look like at the bottom of this question.

Can you teach me how to MOVE my announcements in order - With my assignments, I do this with the 'Move To" function.

Or, can you teach me how to DRAG muy announcements in place.

Please let me know.  Thank you for your support.

Paz,

JL

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kona
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 @jay_lewenstein , per this guide - How do I use the Announcements Index Page? - "Announcements are listed in reverse chronological order with the newest appearing first and the older Announcements appearing towards the bottom." This means you can't drag and drop them where you want them, you'd need to change the date of when they are published in order for them to change their order.

Hope this information helps! Kona

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kona
Coach Emeritus

 @jay_lewenstein , per this guide - How do I use the Announcements Index Page? - "Announcements are listed in reverse chronological order with the newest appearing first and the older Announcements appearing towards the bottom." This means you can't drag and drop them where you want them, you'd need to change the date of when they are published in order for them to change their order.

Hope this information helps! Kona

Could Canvas technicians figure out a way to create a feature that allows the announcements to be moved up and down like what the blackboard has? It doesn't make sense and it is time consuming to have to change each announcement publishing date to arrange them in the order an instructor wants.