The annual Canvas conference, InstructureCon, takes place from July 24th to 26th. We’re excited for new features and enhancements that will be announced at the conference – stay tuned for another update coming soon!
- You can now create recurring “duplicate” events in the Calendar
- The Discussions page has been updated with a new design
- Canvas now displays an error if you try to upload a file exceeding available quota using the Rich Content Editor Content Selector
- In SpeedGrader, comments now remain on the same page as the annotation
- Language referring to “wiki” has been updated to “page(s)” for consistency
- You can now duplicate entire modules
- A duplicated module and its contents are set to an unpublished status
- Classic quizzes (indicated by a rocket icon) cannot be duplicated; a module containing a classic quiz cannot be duplicated until it is removed from the module
- (This is not a new feature, but did you know that you can do moderated grading in Canvas, in which you can assign multiple graders as well as the grader who can determine the final grade?)
- You can now create rubrics without point values; previously while you have had the ability to attach a rubric and not use it for grading, the rubric creation process required that you attach point values to the ratings.
- The menu icon in SpeedGrader has been updated to include “Keyboard Shortcuts” and “Help”.
Release Notes: 6.3 (iOS, Android)
- The Rich Content Editor now supports attaching images from User Files
- Page views in the mobile app are now reported
- Where permissions are granted, an user can now delete annotations and comments made by others
Release Notes: 1.6 (Android)
- The app now displays an error message when uploading a file that would exceed the file quota
- The Pages tool now supports editing page content if a student has been given edit access
- The Pages tool has been redesigned