When you create an assignment can we have it to either
It is too easy to forget to Mute an assignment and there are no queues at creation.
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This is so frustrating as a teacher and unbelievable it has yet to be frxed.
On Mon, Sep 10, 2018, 6:33 PM firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Hello, just wanted to voice my continued annoyance that this feature hasn't been developed. I've just had (yet another) assignment muting issue, in this case a student received their grades/marks as they were entered....at 1 in the morning, no less. Assignments should be muted by default and released when all assignments have been graded/marked. This is a no-brainer improvement that Canvas needs to make.
The course development process could be made much easier for instructors if there were an option to Mute and Un-Mute All graded assessments within that course. They could develop the course, adding assignments, quizzes, discussions etc. and then click a single button to Mute all of the graded assessments instead of having to do them one by one. On the flip side, if a instructor has a lot of assessments (weekly readings with weekly assignments, discussions and quizzes pertaining to the readings, plus exams) it would make it very easy at the end of the semester / term to click a button to Un-Mute All Assessments and feel confident knowing that they could not have missed one of them on accident.
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