Our teachers aren't able to save Assignment, etc content on the latest versions of Safari. It looks like it's maybe just Safari 14. They can type in some content, click save, then the content they saved just disappears. After a few tries, the content may appear, but this isn't reliable.
We have disabled cross-site tracking, emptied Safari caches. I've seen this a handful of times. Has anyone else experienced this?
Hi @jjones_pontotoc -
Since your initial post on October 30, have your teachers had better luck with saving on Safari? If so, what was the issue? If not, what has been done to troubleshoot?
I'm curious -- is Safari on a desktop or a mobile device?
I haven't revisited this. I just asked the teacher to use Google Chrome until something I can get a resolution. It's the desktop browser on a Mac.
The Safari users may need to make a small adjustment so images and content appear as-designed.
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