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You can view comments from your instructor as part of your submitted assignment. You can also make a comment on your assignment.
The images in this lesson are shown for a phone display, but unless otherwise noted, tablet displays mirror the same steps.
In the Dashboard, tap the name of the course you'd like to view.
Tap the Assignments link.
Note: You may need to swipe your screen to view Assignments in the menu.
Tap the name of the assignment.
If your assignment is graded, the Assignment Details page displays a Graded label  as well as the grade you received .
If score statistics are visible in your course, you can view score statistics below your grade in the Assignment Details page.
Tap the Submission & Rubric link.
The Submission details page displays your most recent submission.
If your instructor has left annotations in your document submission, they display in the Submissions details page .
Annotations may include comments. To view comments, tap the annotation , and tap the Comments icon .
Comments display on the Comments page.
Tap the Comments tab .
Any comments from your instructor display in the Comments window . Your instructor may also leave media comments. To play a media comment, tap the Media Upload icon .
Your instructor can also leave document attachments on your assignment submission .
You can also make a comment on your submission .
Your instructor may also choose to leave comments in your assignment rubric. To view rubric comments, tap the Rubric tab .
Comments display below rubric criterion ratings .