Bulk Update Assessment Details

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  • Mason Smith

    It would be even better if this happened automatically when a student's enrolment is cancelled. 

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  • Mark Gilmore

    Hi All

    Thank you for your feedback!

    I have checked with the team, and confirmed that this behaviour is actually intended - there are use cases where the assessment should remain even when the units are withdrawn.

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  • Pip Austin

    Can the ability to delete an assessment if you choose to be added as a bulk option so it doesn't have to always be done individually. Maybe the system could give a warning if you are trying to delete an assessment where a student has saved responses so that it is not actioned unintentionally?

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  • Susan Dodds

    Agreed - understand why this may not be able to be automated but definitely need the functionality to be able to delete the assessment enrolments manually in bulk.

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  • Helen Schwerin

    Yes please for this!!! When a whole class has been given the wrong assessments..... not  a fun fix when having to do one-by-one, and so many steps to even get to the delete screen! 

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  • Mark Gilmore

    Hi All

    Thank you for your continued feedback.

    We'll investigate the possibility of adding a bulk delete action to this tool. I'll provide an update here if we are able to proceed.

    Thanks
    Mark

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  • Michelle Hall

    Yes please.  I have been asking this for a long time.  It is very frustrating to go and manually delete every assessment when a course is cancelled or even transferred (deleting an assessment is a very long and laborious process).

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  • Rod Staines

    Hi All,

    We have created a task to implement the bulk delete functionality. The work has been assigned and we will announce it in upcoming release notes when ready.

    Thanks,
    Rod.

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