The New and Shiny:
We focused on fixes for you this time.
One-by-one assessments don't enter the gradebook if no questions were pushed - When an instructor opens and closes an assessment with questions sent one-by-one, only the questions that were actually activated tracked in the gradebook. If an instructor opened an assessment as one-by-one but did not send any questions, closing the assessment logged it as a 0 question assessment in the gradebook. Now, closing a one-by-one assessment without sending questions will remove it from the sent assessment list and will not place it in the gradebook.
Students can view their minutes attended in the student gradebook - Previously only students in points-based classes were able to view their daily attendance record details. Now students in every class can view their attendance details from the student gradebook. This means students in minutes-based classes will be able to track exactly how many minutes they spent in class for each day they attended.
Instructors can view minutes attended for an individual student in the gradebook - Previously instructors could only view the attendance record details for individual students in points-based classes. Now instructors can click into any student via the gradebook and view their entire attendance history, regardless of whether the class is points-based or minutes-based.