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Create one-click personalized assignments and/or chat messages

I would like to be able to send out individual messages (assignments or chat messages) from a spreadsheet rather than having to start individual chats.

Example: column 1 - student's name, column 2 - individual message /personalized assignment / individual access code to another website

OR: in the course participants view, have the option of an input box next to each name to fill in individual messages and then send all with one click.

Maybe even the "assign to" option in assignments could be enhanced in this fashion to save us clicks.

Thank you.

  • Guest
  • Feb 4 2022
  • Not selected for implementation
Country DE
Category Messages and notifications
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    Product Team commented
    16 Feb, 2022 08:50am


    Thanks for your idea. This is not something we have considered for implementation, but we'll leave the idea open for voting to understand the need.

    The itslearning Product team