By Popular Demand: ‘Delete Submitted Assignments’ is back

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December 14th, 2010
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According to the feedback we’ve received via Edmodo messages, email, twitter and comments on the blog, the Assignment and Gradebook enhancements have been positively received.  However, many educators have indicated that in addition to the new Resubmit feature you still want the ability to delete submitted assignments.

Based on that feedback we are please to announce that the ‘Delete Submitted Assignments’ feature is back!  *huzzah!*

In addition, we’ve made a few minor updates to allow students to submit an assignment without entering comments and view any attachments they’ve submitted with the assignment.

Thank you all for the very helpful and constructive feedback.  Edmodo was built based on educator feedback and we’ll continue to add, enhance and tweak the service based on your requests — so keep the suggestions coming!


5 responses to “By Popular Demand: ‘Delete Submitted Assignments’ is back”

  1. Nordin Zuber says:

    I’m daily impressed by just how incredibly responsive the edmodo team is to the user base. Thank you and congratulatons on an amazing product and a great team.

  2. John Collins says:

    Thank you Team Edmodo for such an awesome product! All of the teachers that use it here love it!

  3. Bill says:

    I don’t see the option to delete a submitted assignment in the drop down grading menu on the teacher page. Please share how to delete submitted assignments from the teacher site. Thanks.

  4. Andy says:

    Is this feature still available

  5. Pamela February says:

    Could we also please have back the feature : Filter Posts By – By Teacher? Currently the only ones available are By Me and By Others. This makes it difficult for students to see the posts of teachers, especially after students have posted a number of things. I have an Educational Psychology class of 540 students and once they have posted a required task/comment, they struggle to see my earlier posts that involves tasks or reading assignments.

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