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Differentiated assignments for concluded users are shown in wrong grading period

Differentiated assignments for concluded users are shown in wrong grading period

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This behavior has been resolved but has not yet been deployed to the production environment. The date of the deploy will be added here when available.




When students that have a concluded enrollment in a course view their grades they are unable to see assignments without an everyone else date in the correct grading period.


Expected Behavior


Assignments should behave the same for active and concluded users when viewing the grades.



No workaround exists at this time.

Steps to Reproduce


Prerequisites: Have a course attached to a term that is aligned with a set of grading periods that contains at least 2 grading periods, and have at least enrolled student in the course.

  1. Create an assignment in your course and add a section or due date override that falls in one of the grading periods. Remove or do not set an everyone/everyone else date.

  2. Conclude the enrollment of a student.

  3. View that student's grades page, either by masquerading, or by clicking on the student's name in the Gradebook (concluded enrollments must be visible in Gradebook to do that).

  4. Select the grading period the assignment should show under and note that it does not show there.

  5. Select all grading periods and note that the assignment does show up there.


Additional Info


Known issues indicate notable behaviors that has been escalated to the Canvas engineering team. Known issues are not a guarantee for an immediate resolution. This document is for informational purposes only and does not replace the Support process. If you are encountering the behavior outlined in this document, please ensure you have submitted a Support case (per your institution's escalation process) so Canvas Support can adequately gauge the overall customer impact and prioritize appropriately.