- The Files tool now has the 3-dot settings menu icon.
- In DocViewer …
- You can now annotate image files (BMP, JPEG, JPG, PNG, TIF, and TIFF).
- Users who are not the author of an annotation can comment on it.
- Long comments are not truncated after five lines, rather than one.
- Comments are now aligned with their associated annotations
- In the Rich Content Editor under the Links tab Course Navigation section, some links have been updated to reflect what’s in Course Navigation (left menu).
- In DocViewer, you can now delete any annotations or comments for any user; for example, for peer review assignments.
- In Gradebook, comments are hidden if an assignment is muted.
- The assignment submission page now shows “Submitted” when you submit an assignment; previously the terminology was “Turned In”.
Release Notes: 6.2 (Android), 6.2.6 (iOS)
- Android 6.2
- Students can now edit pages for which they have been given permission
- Pages tool has been redesigned for improved usability and accessibility
- iOS 6.2.6
- A share button has been added to external URL module items
- If you have a multi-section course, you can now send section-specific announcements in the app
- External tools can be opened in Mobile Safari by tapping the Launch External Tool button.
- User Files
- You can now access your personal user files via the user menu.
- The Rich Content Editor now supports attachment from personal user files.
- Speedgrader supports submitting a grade by tapping the Return key using a mobile keyboard.
- Android: Discussions with multiple due dates are now labeled with “Multiple Due Dates”.
- iOS: If you’re encountering issues with the app, you can now tell the app to reset temporary files (i.e. cache) upon next launch under the Settings app.