I was checking my to-do list this morning in the iOS Teacher app when I saw that I only had 16 items in the to-do list. I thought that was odd since last night there were 142 items in the to-do list. I was hopeful that a magical grading wizard had waved a wand over the ipad and graded 126 items while I slept, but looking closer it seems that there are 16 assignments to grade, each having multiple submissions.
Did the way to-do lists are counted change recently? I would prefer the way it used to work, if there is a way I can change it back. Thanks!
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New problem -- sometimes when I click on an assignment, I get a message, "This student does not have a submission for this assignment." If I swipe, it takes me to the same student but now shows the assignment. Sometimes when the assignment shows, it doesn't allow me to annotate or post a grade, just lets me view the assignment. Then I have to click Done, go back out and reopen it. With this madness it took me about 6 hours to grade 40 assignments -- most of the time spent trying to get the assignments open to grade and then having to start over in the ToDo List for the next assignment. Again, this is a nightmare!!
@rtriana - I know this can be really frustrating. I wonder what about the Canvas Teacher update caused this change. The Community Coaches (myself included) are looking into the issue. We've bookmarked this and other threads with this question and will do our very best to update everyone once we learn more about the situation.
I noticed this feature is still in the iPhone app, so my assumption is this is an issue specific to the iPad that will be fixed.