How do I zoom in gradebook?
Hello Rebecca Phillips Welcome to the Canvas Community. Thank you for posting your question. Based on your subject line and the body of your message, I wasn't exactly sure how to interpret your question. Here's where we might need some clarification from you. Are you asking about how to zoom in within your Gradebook...thereby making things look bigger on your screen? If so, that's an easy solution. On your keyboard, you can just use the Ctrl+ or Ctrl- keystrokes to zoom in and out. Another way to do this is to use the menu options within your browser. If, for example, you are using Chrome, click on the three dots (kebab) icon at the top right corner of your Chrome browser. You'll see some zoom options within that menu you can use to zoom in and out.
If, however, you are asking about the Zoom product (which is used for video conferencing), that's a completely different question and answer. There is a Zoom integration that your school's local Canvas administrator can set up. For example, our school has purchased some Zoom licenses to hand out to our instructors who want to hold video conferences in their Canvas courses. So, instructors can use the integrated Zoom interface directly in their Canvas courses to launch a Zoom session with their students. It's pretty slick.
I hope I've helped to cover both possibilities, Rebecca. Please let the Community know if you have any other questions about this. Thanks!
To add to this thread I have a question. Can/does ZOOM write to the canvas gradebook? Or is all reporting only within the ZOOM report?
Hello Victor Fuentes...
Even though Zoom can integrate with Canvas, Zoom is a video conferencing software. Zoom is not a software that grades assignments or quizzes. Therefore, it does not have a connection to the Canvas Gradebook. The reports (and there are many) that you get out of Zoom are more about the actual Zoom sessions and the participants in those sessions.
I hope this helps, Victor. Please let Community members know if you have any other questions about this...thanks!
Thanks for that quick response! Very helpful information
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