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Canvas Release Notes (2018-11-17)

Canvas Release Notes (2018-11-17)

In this Canvas release (November 17), students can directly upload and embed images in the Rich Content Editor, and observers can choose to view the names of their observees in graded notifications. Additionally, browser support has been updated for screen readers.

Feature Options

  • For institutions using Anonymous Grading in the New Gradebook, anonymous assignments cannot be sorted in the New Gradebook.
  • For institutions using Moderated Grading and the Learning Mastery Gradebook, learning outcome results are displayed after grades have been posted for a moderated assignment.

External Tools (LTI)

  • For institutions using the Commons LTI, content can be marked as a favorite resource.

Release notes also include API updates and fixed bugs.

Release notes describe upcoming Canvas functionality and are subject to change.

Feature Options

The following feature options are addressed in this release:

  • Account: Student Context Card
  • Course: Anonymous Grading, New Gradebook, Moderated Grading
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Available November 12


Release Notes Change Log

  Updated Features

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Commons

Favorite Content 

This feature is used in conjunction with an external tool (LTI) in Canvas. Please view the content below for additional details. For more information about LTI tools, please see the Canvas Release Notes FAQ.

Location to Enable Feature

N/A

Configuration Details

Commons LTI

Affected Canvas Areas

Commons LTI

Beta/Test Environment Support

Functionality affects content in the beta environment only; New/updated features not available until production deploy

Permissions

Course Content - add / edit / delete

Discussions - view

Assignments and Quizzes - add / edit / delete

Affects User Interface

Yes

Affected User Roles

Instructors

 

Summary

Content can be marked as a favorite resource. This feature replaces the 5-star rating system in Commons. Favorited content displays the favorite icon in the content card.  

Change Benefit

This update allows instructors to curate and easily find content in Commons by favoriting content and curating a list of favorites in the Favorites page. 

 

Affected User Roles & Behaviors

Instructors

Instructors can mark content as a favorite to curate a list of favorite resources in Commons. Favorited items are found in the new Favorites tab in Commons. Items in the Favorites tab can be unfavorited to remove them from the Favorites page.

Commons Add to Favorites Link  Favorite Content Starred in Card

Feature Idea Contributions

Canvas features are always welcome to feedback. Product teams may make adjustments at any time via the Canvas Feature Idea process.

Moderated Grading

Learning Mastery Gradebook Outcomes Display

This feature is used in conjunction with an existing feature option in Canvas. Please view the content below for additional details. For more information about feature options, please see the Canvas Release Notes FAQ.

Location to Enable Feature

Assignments - Moderated Grading

Configuration Details

Moderated Grading Feature Option

Learning Mastery Gradebook Feature Option

Affected Canvas Areas

Outcomes

Affects User Interface

Yes

Affected User Roles

Instructors

 

Summary

Learning outcome results are displayed in the Learning Mastery Gradebook after grades have been posted for a moderated assignment.

Change Benefit

This change ensures outcomes results are aligned with the final grade awarded to a student.

Affected User Roles & Behaviors

Graders

Graders in a course who grade a moderated assignment will not be able to view outcomes results until the assignment’s final grades have been posted. Outcome results for moderated assignments display the same as for other assignments in the Learning Mastery Gradebook.

Feature Idea Contributions

Canvas features are always welcome to feedback. Product teams may make adjustments at any time via the Canvas Feature Idea process.

New Gradebook

Anonymous Assignment Disabled Sort Column

This feature is used in conjunction with an existing feature option in Canvas. Please view the content below for additional details. For more information about feature options, please see the Canvas Release Notes FAQ.

Location to Enable Feature

Assignments

Configuration Details

Anonymous Grading Feature Option

New Gradebook Feature Option

Affected Canvas Areas

New Gradebook

Affects User Interface

Yes

Affected User Roles

Instructors

 

Summary

Anonymous assignments cannot be sorted in the New Gradebook.

 

Change Benefit

This change helps preserve anonymity in the New Gradebook.

Affected User Roles & Behaviors

Instructors

Instructors can view anonymous assignments in the New Gradebook. By default, anonymous assignments are also muted. For anonymous assignments, the Sort By column is disabled.

Note: This change does not affect muted assignments that are not anonymous.

New Gradebook Anonymous Assignment Disabled Sort Column

Feature Idea Contributions

Canvas features are always welcome to feedback. Product teams may make adjustments at any time via the Canvas Feature Idea process.

Notifications

Observed Student Names

 

Location to Enable Feature

User Navigation, Notifications

Configuration Details

Notifications

Affected Canvas Areas

Notifications

Beta/Test Environment Support

Notifications are not sent from the beta or test environments

Affects User Interface

No

Affected User Roles

Observers

 

Summary

Observers can choose to view student names in supported notifications.

 

Change Benefit

This change allows observers to personalize graded notifications with a student’s name, especially when an observer is observing multiple students.

Affected User Roles & Behaviors

Observers

Observers can view their Notification Preferences page and select a checkbox that will display the name of their observed students in notifications. When observers have enabled supported notifications, the notifications will include the name of the student.

Notification Preferences with Observer Checkbox 

 

Currently, names are only supported within Grading notifications. Other notification types will be updated in a future release.

 

Observer Notification with Student Name 

Feature Idea Contributions

https://community.canvaslms.com/ideas/9292-include-student-name-in-observer-notifications 

Canvas features are always welcome to feedback. Product teams may make adjustments at any time via the Canvas Feature Idea process.

Rich Content Editor

Embedded Image File Uploads

 

Location to Enable Feature

N/A

Configuration Details

N/A

Affected Canvas Areas

Rich Content Editor

Affects User Interface

Yes

Affected User Roles

Instructors, Students

 

Summary

Users can directly upload a file to embed in the Rich Content Editor.

 

Change Benefit

This change allows users to upload and embed files without first having to upload the image to Canvas.

Affected User Roles & Behaviors

Instructors & Students

When embedding a file in the Rich Content Editor, such as when embedding an image in a discussion, users can view enlarged Course Files and My Files links for selecting an image. However, if a file has not yet been uploaded to Canvas, users can upload a file directly from their computer to their My Files folder.

 

Students must select the My Files folder to activate the Upload File button, as students are not allowed to upload files to the Course Files folder. Images will be uploaded to the root My Files folder unless a specific folder is selected. 

 

Like with other image files, users can modify the attributes for the image, if necessary, then update the image.

 

Rich Content Editor Student Upload File Window

Feature Idea Contributions

https://community.canvaslms.com/ideas/1053-upload-an-image-directly-to-a-discussion-as-a-student 

Canvas features are always welcome to feedback. Product teams may make adjustments at any time via the Canvas Feature Idea process.

  Other Updates

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Accessibility

Screen Reader and Browser Support

Screen reader support has been discontinued for Internet Explorer 11 and Edge browsers. Windows users who rely on screen reader support should use Firefox as their supported browser. For full details about accessibility support, please see Accessibility within Canvas

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API

API Change Log

The following changes have been made in the API Documentation change log:

API Calls

  • Changes: Roles API
  • Additions: LTI Variable Substitutions
  • Removals: Planner API

API Responses

  • Changes: Assignments API, Rubrics API
  • Additions: SIS Imports API

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Accessibility

Assignments

The moderated grading page no longer includes a table in the grader section for screen readers.

Course Settings

Course Setting Navigation menus retain focus for keyboard users.

External Apps

Viewing an app configuration window retains focus on the configuration button.

Outcomes

Buttons in the Outcomes page are not read twice by screen readers.

People

The Randomly Assigning Students window does not retain focus in the body text for keyboard users.

In the Edit Sections window, the Browse link retains focus for keyboard users.

Quizzes

MathML is generated for quiz question answers to be read by screen readers.

SpeedGrader

Closing the Media Comment window retains focus on the link for the media comment.

User Settings

The Ways to Contact link retains focus in the Set as Default option.

API

Response Header Links

Next Page headers are not returned when the next page is empty.

Explanation: When a search term is called at the account level, irrelevant rel=”next” response header links were returned when the number of results matched the per-page pagination limit. Canvas code has been updated to not return irrelevant links if the next page is empty.

Users API

The enable_sis_reactivation parameter restores deleted SIS users re-added to Canvas along with their previously set default communication channel.

Explanation: When a deleted SIS user was re-added using the Users API call with the enable_sis_reactivation parameter, the default email associated to the user was still retired from the previous deletion. Canvas code has been updated to activate the previous default communication channel for re-added users. The API documentation has also been updated with clarification about communication channels.

Assignments

Due and Availability Date Seconds Adjustment

Seconds for due and availability dates are recorded as hh:mm:59 if the minute value is set to 59 (e.g. 11:59 pm). However, any due or availability date times manually changed to a non-59 minute value (e.g. 11:30 pm) are recorded as hh:mm:00.

Explanation: In the 2018-09-15 release, Canvas code was updated to always record assignment times as hh:mm:59, even if the assignment was changed to a non-59 minute value. This behavior caused any manually changed assignments to allow to be submitted almost one minute after the due or availability date. Canvas code has been updated to the previous behavior for assignment submission times, which defaults the seconds value to hh:mm:59 for any minute set at 59, but sets the seconds value to hh:mm:00 for any non-59 minute times. Assignment times updated via the API retain the time noted in the API call.

External Tool Submission Uploads

Uploaded files can be submitted for external tool assignments.

Explanation: When a student tried to submit an assignment by uploading a file through an external tool, the screen generated an error and the file selection button was not displayed. Canvas code has been updated to display the file selection button for external tool assignments.

Moderation Page Availability

For moderated assignments, the final grader can select grades for students if the assignment has only been graded by the final grader.

Explanation: When a moderated grading assignment had only been graded by the final grader and no other graders in the course, the grade summary moderation page did not display options for the final grader to select final grades and post grades to the Gradebook. Canvas code has been updated to allow the grading options to display for the final grader.

Blueprint Courses

Quiz Statistics Multiple Choice Question and Blueprint Sync

Multiple choice answers display correctly in quiz statistics after a Blueprint sync.

Explanation: When a student started to take a quiz in a course, and an admin made a change to the Blueprint template quiz and synced the quiz to the course, the student’s answers in Multiple Choice questions displayed in the quiz group with no responses. Canvas code has been updated to preserve answers within quizzes for Blueprint syncs.

Calendar

Allow Students to See Time Slots Scheduler Option

The Allow Students to See Who Has Signed Up for Time Slots option in Scheduler clarifies that time slots will be shown if slots are still available.

Explanation: When a new Scheduler appointment was created with the option to allow students to see who has signed up for time slots, the option only allowed students to view the information until all time slots had been filled. This behavior confused instructors who were expecting their students to see that information even after the time slots had been filled. Canvas code has been updated to clarify the checkbox setting as only showing time slots if slots are still available.

Course Import

MasteryPath Non-Assignment Import Locking

MasteryPath non-assignment conditional items are locked after the course is copied into another course.

Explanation: When a MasteryPath course was copied or imported into another course, non-assignment condition items, such as pages, were not locked after the copy was complete. Canvas code has been updated to retain locked settings for conditional items on course copy.

Practice Quiz Quiz Statistics

Practice quizzes re-copied into a course retains quiz statistics.

Explanation: When a practice course was imported from a course and taken by students, re-importing the same practice quiz caused the quiz statistics page to display that 100% of attempts chose no answer, even though the moderate page retained the correct record of all attempts. Canvas code has been updated to preserve answers within practice quizzes on course copy.

Question Bank Images

Images in edited questions associated with a question bank are retained in course copies.

Explanation: When a quiz question was added from a question bank, the question was edited in the quiz, and then the course was copied or imported, any images in the quiz question were removed. However, images were not affected in the original course except that images were rendered inaccessible. Canvas code has been updated to not remove file verifiers associated with a quiz on course copy.

Dashboard

Alerts Dismissal Error

Quiz and Discussion alerts can be dismissed from the Alerts menu.

Explanation: When a student tried to dismiss a graded quiz or discussion in the Alerts menu, the menu generated an error message. Canvas code has been updated to dismiss alerts when dismissed by a student.

Notifications

Anonymous Grading Late Assignment Notifications

Late Assignment notifications for assignments that are to be graded anonymously do not display student names and include a link to the submission in SpeedGrader.

Explanation: When an instructor received late assignment notifications for students who submitted a late assignment, and the assignment was set to be graded anonymously, the notifications included student names and links to the assignment that could not be accessed. For non-anonymous submissions, notifications include the student name and a link to the student’s submission details page. Canvas code has been updated to anonymize student names in email notifications and include a link to the submission in SpeedGrader, which is also anonymized.

Outcomes

Student Learning Mastery Gradebook and Observer Roles

Observers can view individual alignments in the Student Learning Mastery Gradebook.

Explanation: For institutions using the Student Learning Mastery Gradebook, observers were able to view mastery level information for a submission, but they were not able to view individual alignments for their observees. Canvas code has been updated to allow observers to view individual outcomes alignments.

Permissions

SIS Enrollments

Account admins with the SIS Data - Manage permission can remove SIS enrollments created through SIS imports.

Explanation: When an admin with the Users - Add / Remove permissions tried to remove SIS users from a course, only admins with the Account-level Settings - Manage permission were able to remove the SIS users. Canvas code has been updated to allow users with the SIS Data - Manage permission to manage SIS enrollments.

Quizzes

Question Bank Images

Images in edited questions associated with a question bank are retained in the quiz question.

Explanation: When a quiz question was added from a question bank, and the question was edited in the quiz, any images in the question were removed. Canvas code has been updated to not remove file verifiers associated with a quiz in edited questions.

Rubrics

Trust Account Rubrics Visibility

For users in a trust account, instructors can view all rubrics regardless of the rubric’s originating account.

Explanation: When a user account was merged into a different account, and both accounts were linked to courses with rubrics, not all rubrics were available when the user wanted to find a rubric to add to an assignment, discussion, or quiz. Canvas code has been updated to display all rubrics for the user regardless of the rubric’s originating account.

SIS

Graded Item Deletion and Character Limits

Graded SIS items can be deleted from a course without being affected by SIS character limits.

Explanation: When an institution enabled the Post to SIS option and limited assignment names, requests to delete graded items generated an error and failed to delete. Canvas code has been updated to not verify SIS assignment settings when deleting an assignment and allow the assignment to be deleted.

SpeedGrader

Free-Form Comments Display

Free-form Comments display for reuse without having to refresh the page.

Explanation: When a user created a free-form comment in a rubric and saved the comment to be reused, comments did not appear to be saved until the page was refreshed. Canvas code has been updated to not require a page refresh to display saved free-form comments.

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Comments

If you'd like to discuss these updates with other enthusiastic Canvas users, RSVP to Release Notes (2018-11-17) Collaborative Chat! We'll meet on Friday, November 9th! Smiley Happy

Hell has frozen over

Yes - it's happened.... half a decade after Canvas launches users finally have the ability to directly upload photos into RTE. 

You're Welcome

You know how InstructureCon has a hack night? At Instructure, the engineers have hack weeks every quarter and can work on whatever projects they want. One of our engineers spent several hack weeks working on that feature. We have some pretty good peeps around here.

Erin

Students can now use the RTE like their teachers......FINALLY!!!!!!!!

Not all who deserve get cheers,
This one's for the engineers:

   A week or a night,

   The hack that's just right,

Will allay the users' fears.

Hi all, I just want to check. Will these features be available on and after the 17th Nov or are we able to test them out now (6th Nov)?

Hi daryl.peel‌...

You can try out these new features in your school's Beta environment right now.  They will be available in your school's Production environment (the area where you normally log in to Canvas) on November 17th.

How do I access the Canvas beta environment as an instructor? 

How do I access the Canvas beta environment as an admin? 

This is covered in the "Feature Testing" section of https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-14783-about-canvas-release-notes which is linked in the gray box at the top of these release notes.

We are also happy to see the Due and Availability Date Seconds Adjustment fixed. That has been an issue for instructors and course designers. We do a lot of "due at the end of the X day" assignments with our online courses. 

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I have to say I'm actually pretty disappointing by this newest change.  Having a different behavior for minutes 0-58 vs minute 59 is really not helpful at all and will be very confusing to both faculty and students.  I can understand adding the 59 seconds (effectively truncating seconds off of the time) so that if an assignment is due at 11:13 and a student's digital clock reads 11:13, the assignment would be able to be submitted, but why should that only apply to H:59 times?  This needs to be decided one way or the other, and I guess I now personally favor the leeway of the additional 59 seconds all the time.  The only thing that still wasn't functioning properly was the late tag (the late tag was still being applied if an assignment was submitted between the H:MM:00 time and the H:MM:59 time).  I appreciate Instructure trying to address the issue, but it would be nice if it was addressed once and not revisited again a few weeks later, as that's only adding to the confusion for faculty, students, and admins.

Perhaps I am confused about the Commons LTI changes.  To me, it seems that the new "Favorite" is not a replacement for the 5-star rating system.  If I am favorite-ing a resource, that will only appear to me for purposes of finding those items at a later time/date.  The 5-star system was the only way I am aware of for winnowing the grain from the chaff (i.e. figuring out the quality material from the garbage).  If this a fundamental change or am I missing something?

chriscas‌, I agree.  Other LMS's I have used in the past have always added the :59 to all times, or had the seconds available to enter by the instructor.  Having it be different for all other minutes except for :59 is going to be super confusing for instructors and for students, who won't know what to expect.  Having :59 will allow it to take care of the midnight issue, and as you state, would account for digital clocks which may not show seconds. 

So glad to finally see student names in observer notifications! Our K12 parents often bring this issue up. Will observers need to opt-in or opt-out to the show-names-of-students notification option?

Just seconding (or thirding) that the image upload to RCE change is great.

Opt-in.

Anyone like cookies?  These are my favorite and I like to share.

cookies

Hi, Steve,

Over time, our team noticed that the few people who were using the rating system always gave five stars, so there wasn't much differentiation in a rating system. Additionally, the rest of Canvas uses stars for favoriting, and our team wanted to align consistency with that feature.

Hope that helps!

Erin

In addition to what erinhallmark‌ mentioned, I'd also like to add that we will be building on this Commons Favoriting feature in the near future. When we have completed the full suite of Favoriting features, we believe that there will be more adoption of favoriting (as opposed to the rating system) and therefore better feedback about resources that are valuable and used.

Hi Erin,

I'm noticing problems with the api call for sis imports. I noticed there was a new endpoint coming for the next release (API Change Log - Canvas LMS REST API Documentation ), so I wanted to test it.

Doing a call to get the imports or a specific import,  and even this endpoint, returns urls for downloading the files that were imported. On production, these files are still correct. On beta, these files are broken. After downloading the terms.csv file, for example, when I open it up I see all kinds of html from the beta download. If I download from production, I get the correct information displayed in a proper Instructure formatted csv. 

I sure hope that this release is not going to break the downloadable csv files! They have been very useful when we've had to report problems, to verify the import if there were errors, etc.

Shall I file a ticket for the problems on beta?

Thanks, Andrea

Thank you Christi and Erin.  I appreciate you sharing the reasoning behind the changes.  So does this mean that when I "favorite" a resource in Commons, other people can also see that the item has been "favorited" and thus becomes an indicator of value on that resource for the community at large?

I'm excited to see the new changes coming to the favorite system. I hope they include connecting resources we've shared and favorited in the Canvas Commons to our profiles in the Canvas Community. There are some awesome people I follow here and it would be great if I could see a link to their Commons resources (whether favorited or shared) from the place where I spend more of my online time.

Hi Andrea, 

I just tested this on our beta instance and I was able to download the CSV file that had been uploaded.  Did you open up a support ticket?  

Joni

Hi Joni,

 

I haven't filed one yet. I will try the download again, maybe it was just a glitch yesterday, and if I'm still receiving html in the csv file, I'll file a ticket.

Andrea

Retesting downloading the files imported using the link returned from the API, and it seems to be working fine this morning - the files are in the proper format. Will keep an eye on this because it is something we use quite a bit since it's become available.

Could someone please fix the formatting on the generated pdf document? It's making the document generally unreadable

Just wondering, will this help page -- https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-10720-67952720329 -- be updated to indicate that Firefox is the recommended browser for screen readers? That'd be helpful. Smiley Happy

Hi! Here is our Chat Archive and the Collaborative Notes. 

Hi, Melissa,

I'm working on this again to figure out how to keep the formatting consistent. Thanks for your patience!

Erin

Hi, James,

All documentation is updated the same day as the release, so yes that document will be updated to reflect the changes.

Thanks,

Erin

Hi

I'm pleased too, but still seems to be a few unnecessary steps in the process. If they can only add it to their 'my files' then there is no point in them selecting that in the upload process. Keep it simple guys.

hi

can't see how to test this, am I missing something?

jim

Thank you erinhallmark‌! I just wasn't sure if that particular page would be updated with the rest of the documentation. Thanks for clearing it up for me!

The new RCE images feature to upload images directly is terrific, however, the release seems to have disabled the ability to view image thumbnails. The thumbnails have been replaced by a generic icon. Teachers or designers who are not familiar with the image filenames are now forced to open the files area for a thumbnail.

Upvotes appreciated: https://community.canvaslms.com/ideas/13031-restore-image-thumbnails-in-rce 

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Hi, Mark,

As thumbnails were part of prior functionality, I don't think that change would have been intended, but I have reached out to our engineers to confirm.

Thanks!

Erin

Thanks Erin,

I couldn't imagine that it was intentional either, but technical support

responded to a ticket with that information.

On Tue, Nov 20, 2018 at 12:28 PM erinhallmark <instructure@jiveon.com>

Hi, Mark,

I just heard back, and the feature ideas was the correct move. We would like to include thumbnail functionality, and our InstUI team needs to create that functionality before it can be implemented into all the areas in Canvas that should support image thumbnails. Thanks for the feature idea so our product team can hopefully incorporate it into their planning.

Thanks,

Erin

Thanks Erin,

It seems counterintuitive that we'd need to request a feature that we

already had, but such is life in the fast lane. I really appreciate the

quick feedback!

mark

On Tue, Nov 20, 2018 at 12:46 PM erinhallmark <instructure@jiveon.com>

The new RCE images feature to upload images directly IS NOT terrific...at least from what I have tested.  

  1. Flickr is blocked by our district filters and so we discourage teachers and students from using it and so this is really not an viable option for us. (See pic 3)
  2. We use Chromebooks (32,000 devices)
  3. using the iOS app, this seems smoother
  4. LINK for my images (Slides)

 

ISSUE 1: Teachers can embed images directly from their computer,  why can't students? [See image 1]

  • Below you can see students DO NOT have ability to upload an image

 teacher vs student

ISSUE 2: It takes no less than 5 clicks for a student to embed an image using their Chromebook [See image 2]

student workflow to embed image

ISSUE 3: Flickr is blocked by our filters, we discourage teachers and students from using it. 

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So, in my opinion, I don't see this as any improvement, save maybe 1 click.

Suggestions:

  1. Allow students to upload image just like teachers
  2. Allow students to upload other Media such as a image/screenshot like then can when using the video tool,
  3. Allow copy/paste in the RTE to work.

Comments.......

I take back my excitement....see comment below

Sadly, after investigating this feature seems disappointing...see my latest comment

https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-15857-canvas-release-notes-2018-11-17#comment-131866 

Yes! So many clicks! I was expecting to see the option to upload images in the Content Selector, so that was disappointing. In the embed tool, why is Canvas the 2nd tab? I'd like to see that swapped with the URL tab. To me URL and Flickr are pretty obvious, but "Canvas" doesn't immediately indicate that I'm going into my Canvas files. Once you land on the Canvas interface, I think the workflow is pretty straightforward and similar to any other file upload tool, it's just really buried in the current state.

Hi, Christopher,

Thanks for your suggestions. The previous change to the Rich Content Editor only focused on allowing students to upload files directly to the RCE. If you'd like to make your suggestions visible to our product team, I'd recommend taking your comments and making a feature idea in our Canvas Studio space. Our product team is looking at changes to the RCE right now, so your suggestions are timely.

Thanks!

Erin

Thanks for addressing this, Mark! We just had a discussion at work whether there actually were thumbnails in these folders before. Of course it was! We need the thumbnails, as neither the teachers or the students are so organized that they have labelled every picture before uploading. We all need the thumbnails back again!

I guess the cry for this will get huge when users realizes what`s happened.

Hi, everyone,

Release notes are available for our next release: https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-15947-canvas-release-notes-2018-12-08?sr=inbox&ru=52581 

Thanks!

Erin

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