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When a teacher gives a recorded feedback on an assignment, they should be able to replay what they have said but they can't.

When a teacher gives feedback on an assignment using the audio or video tab, the student can hear the files.  However, if the teacher wants to go back and hear what they recorded, they can't as once they open the assignment, the box opens in edit mode so you can't play the file. Screenshot attached.

  • Julie Wilsdon
  • Jun 15 2017
  • Already exists
Country UK
Category Content creation and management
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  • Steve Pagan commented
    June 15, 2017 13:17

    Good idea - I wholeheartedly support this

  • Hazel Kelly commented
    June 15, 2017 15:00

    This would be really helpful.

  • Bronnie Ward commented
    June 15, 2017 16:50

    Yes - a good idea!

  • Ayesha Erani-Kirkham commented
    June 20, 2017 19:50

    Good idea!

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    Henning Gjellesvik commented
    June 21, 2017 12:37

    Hi, this is already possible by right clicking on the placeholder. Select Preview to play the video or audio file. Not intuitive, but possible :-)

    We’re working on a new Flash independent audio/video recorder (targeting Q3), preferable with a more intuitive UI ;-) This is work in progress so I’ll follow it up and see what we can do. We are also planning an update for the existing online "Flash-based" media recorder to work better with devices that support Flash. This means more support on more devices for recording sound and video.

  • Julie Wilsdon commented
    June 22, 2017 10:41

    Fabulous!

    Thanks Henning - at least it's functional (if not intuitive!)

    Looking forward to the developments around audio/video

    Thanks

    Julie