The documentHow do I use the icons and colors in the Gradebook? says
However, I'm not sure from the screenshot that it's exactly the same icon that you're seeing. What kind of column is your black exclamation point appearing in?
This is caused by Turnitin. It is indicating that there was an error submitting to the similarity service.
I don't use Turnitin. My gradebook looks like this:
In the "New Gradebook" which is now in use at many schools (including mine):
The Black Warning Icon  notifies you that the final score does not include one of the assignment groups because the group has zero points possible (the warning will tell you which assignment group is affected). This icon only displays in the total column related to assignment group errors.
You can correct the assignment group warnings by making sure a weighted assignment group has an assignment worth more than zero points, or, if an assignment is supposed to have zero points, adding another assignment with more than zero points to the assignment group.
For more info on what the different color codes and icons mean, seeHow do I use the icons and colors in the New Gradebook?
Thank you for the information, Mike. There was no way to tell where the zero-point assignments were. Clicking the exclamation point brought up only part of the information; most of it was cut off and not visible.
I found the three offending assignments by going through all the modules in the grade book. I'll get the course designer and his team to fix those.
You're welcome! We're still getting a handle on the features of the new grade book ourselves.
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