I am logged in as a student to test how a file uploads to Canvas. When I go to the unfiled folder it is not there.
To be clear, after you have attached the file to an Assignment and submitted that Assignment as a student, are you clicking on the student name at the top right corner of your screen? Once you do that, you'd click on "Files" on the left, and then you'd open the "My Files" >> "unfiled" folders to find the file that you just submitted.
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What kind of file extension does it have on it, @dmcclain ? Also, have you tried zipping up the file first, then submitting it to the assignment? Maybe it's not accepting a particular file format for some reason?
This makes sense, inasmuch as students' media recordings are not stored in Canvas and do not count against their file storage quota. See: Upload Media File Question
So, @dmcclain , @chofer 's question gets to the heart of the matter: Are the file uploads you're using to test this functionality media files or non-media files? Also, are you using the Test Student or an actual fake student (l know it's oxymoronic, but bear with me) to perform the testing?
I am using a real student. Non-media files. We use iPads and upload pages documents and notability document
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