MREHFUSS
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is there any way to sort grades by submitted or not?

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is there any way to sort grades by submitted or not? I want to go in and just grade a few early submissions and want to do a column sort by submitted or not. The pre-programmed sorts won't sort by submitted or not.

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SusanNiemeyer
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Yes, you can do this. Go into Speedgrader. Then click on the Gear icon on the left side of your screen. Then click on Options. Here you can choose how you want to see the submissions.

 

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SusanNiemeyer
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Yes, you can do this. Go into Speedgrader. Then click on the Gear icon on the left side of your screen. Then click on Options. Here you can choose how you want to see the submissions.

 

@MREHFUSS 

What Susan said should be what you want.  Here is the instructor guide page discussing it.

https://community.canvaslms.com/t5/Instructor-Guide/How-do-I-sort-the-student-list-in-SpeedGrader/ta...

 

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Chris_Hofer
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@MREHFUSS …

In addition to the comments from @SusanNiemeyer and @Ron_Bowman, I wonder if these Canvas Deploy Notes (2022-03-02) would have any new filters for you in the Gradebook view that would be helpful.  It looks like this is an optional thing that can be enabled in your course.

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ciyashar
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Set Online text to Yes. This works well for younger children who will only manage a sentence or two and works just as well for higher education students who write more.

  • Advantage - quick for the student to get started; no need to use a word-processing program and upload the file. The text is saved on a regular basis so it will be preserved if the student loses the page for some reason.
  • Disadvantage: if the word count is expected to be large, setting Online text to No and File submission to Yes might be a better option
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ciyashar1
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Set Online text to Yes. This works well for younger children who will only manage a sentence or two and works just as well for higher education students who write more.

  • Advantage - quick for the student to get started; no need to use a word-processing program and upload the file. The text is saved on a regular basis so it will be preserved if the student loses the page for some reason.
  • Disadvantage: if the word count is expected to be large, setting Online text to No and File submission to Yes might be a better option

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