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When giving feedback to an assignment. All unsaved work dissapears without warning when navigating to the next assignment

In the new assignment tool. When an assignment is graded, there is no warning about saving when pressing "arrow right" in order to navigate to the next assignment. This generates loads of frustation. The old assingment tool had a button called something like "save and grade next assignment" that button is gone, and the normal procedure is to press arrow right instead. Butt now your work dissapears unless you also press "save*"
Please build in a warning function when navigating away from an assignment with unsaved feedback in it.

  • Jeppe Skafte Johansen
  • Sep 7 2018
  • Released
Country DK
Category Grading and assessment
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    Product Team commented
    7 Sep, 2018 07:42am

    Hi, thanks for reaching out.

    This will be fixed in the next itslearning update in approx. 1 ½ week 😊

    Please have a look here:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykZp5fo2JxQ&feature=youtu.be