Download all assignments button
Almost all schools require the ability to download assignments and upload them to district-systems, print a batch of assignments, provide them to external audits etc.
The functionality is already there (navigate to the correct document library and then click 'download').
Simply add the UI option for a teacher to do this without knowledge of SharePoint libraries.
Surely this wouldn't require too much engineering to make it happen?
This feature would be really helpful!
Paulo Jorge commented
The bulk download as is - not really user friendly - should be an option view and download by task->student, not only student->task
This would be very important for me too. It‘s timewaste to open every content seperately.
Paul Haimböck commented
Would be great, if the download would be possible for a folder by assignment orif you were able to bulk download files in the assignments
Ben Pyle commented
This would be great for IV/EV purposes for completed assignment work, but only for that specific assignment.
Ivan Verhaert commented
Good that I red this, before I started using assignments. This is a must have before it can be used for assignments.
The method of downloading student work from SharePoint is still time consuming. If each student has different teachers with different assignments. I still have to click through each student and select my Assignment then when it is saved, it does not put all the students work under the students name. You need to look at how Moodle manages assignment submissions and feedback. Also, points is not useful if the subject is a vocational course... need Pass Merit Distinction options too. I could go on. You guys have lots to do to make assessment through Teams more efficient.
One note: when downloaded, those assignments all have the assignment title as a title instead of the student name.
Having both would be the dream, or all files identified with the student name in a zip with the assignment name.
Andrew Leask commented
I'd go one stage further, too: if a teacher needs hard copies (still sometimes more useful), the option to print all (rather than DL, open, then print each one) with a single click would be great.
shazeb memon commented
is there any way i can download filtered work according to date?
Samra Bashir commented
1. Log on to office 365
2. on the left side panel, click "SharePoint".
3. Select your Team where target files/ folder are located
4. On the left side panel click "Site Content"
5. Select "STUDENT WORK"
6. Select the folder "SUBMITTED FILE"
7. Then Select ALL folders or target folders of the students
8. Click download
Totally agree. If I set an assignment for 30 pupils. I want to be able to download all their responses in one go rather than one at a time. Such a waste of valuable time :-(
Also, a way to have the feedback attached to the work for moderation. At the moment, you have to copy/paste it into work. The assignment side is messy and clunky. I have a big long list of assigned assignments from other tutors on the same course.
Can we also have a student comments box so they can write their own comments on ways to improve, based on teacher feedback. Ofsted love this.
Bulk Downloading in MS Teams
1. Log on to Office 365
2. Select Teams where target files and folders are located
3. On the left side panel, click SITE CONTENTS
4. Select STUDENT WORK
5. Select SUBMITTED FILE Folder
6. Then Select ALL trainee folders or target folders
7. Click Download.
Bjørn André Haugland commented
We should be able to download all and also upload them to the students after we have finished correcting.
Also there could be options how to download in bulk students work.
-in a zip file each filename attached with strudnets name. When reviewing/correcting photos of students works.
-downloads by search
I would like to se that feature too. Takes ages to open students work especially when online live presenting works to schoolmates during busy hours
Paul Powell commented
I feel this Feature is a necessity from the teams client
Jorge Moreira da Costa commented
So obvious it hurts not being yet implemented....