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Pin a Bulletin to the top of the Overview Page

I would like the ability to pin a post to the top of the overview page. This would provide the opportunity to maintain some general directions for the course at the top of the page and also provide a consistent location for essential information. 

  • Guest
  • Apr 2 2018
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Country US
Category Messages and notifications
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  • Guest commented
    4 Apr, 2018 05:11pm

    I understand the requirement, but pinning a bulletin on the top of the current Course Overview page would make things more cluttered than they already are.

    There is a lot of unused whitespace on the left, and the (much appreciated) Course Banner takes up a lot of space that might be used more efficiently. I believe Pinned Bulletins on the course homepage require an overall design optimization of the Course Homepage to make Bulletins, Plans, Tasks and Calendar Entries more clearly visible and legible... Perhaps Twitter's page structure is an inspiration?