Highlights: In this latest release, we’ve expanded functionality and enhanced several features. Users now have the ability to edit a Time Logs report! Additionally, there is a new banner in the testing environment alerting users to the fact that it is a test environment.
Ability to edit a Time Logs report
You can now edit a Time Logs report to adjust the students or groups included. You can also change the report type in a Time Logs report from student to group or back. Once you can see the data included in the report, you may find the need to add or remove courses or students to further refine that data. This new feature allows you to do that without having to start all the way over.
After creating a new Time Logs report, an “edit” button is now available.
Clicking the edit button will return the user to the report creation page where existing selections will be retained and changes can be made to the groups or students included in the report and the report type.
Testing site indicator
We’ve added a banner to the testing server to alert users to the fact that they are in a testing environment. Because the testing server is regularly refreshed from production, it can be difficult to remember which instance you are logged into. This banner will help to remind users where they are and confirm that because it is a testing site, things may not be exactly the same as they are in production.
General Accessibility Enhancements
We continue to make improvements related to Accessibility and Responsiveness to meet the needs of a diverse population of users. With this release, we made several accessibility enhancements to the In Progress Groups and Activities area of the system as viewed by faculty, supervisors, and mentors. These include:
- We’ve updated the create rubric area to ensure that focus is visible on the page after using the keyboard to create a new rubric.
- We’ve also updated focus to ensure it remains visible after a selected activity is removed from a reference component in an activity/template.