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?
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....
Yup, it is a like a fatal flaw, it is okay if the file is like docx or pdf. But if it is other file that is not supported to be viewed by teams, we need to download it one by one.
It is definitely inefficient.
definitely needed as more teachers and education platforms turn to Teams for their learning system
I did what Jonathan said on April 29th and it worked! Thank you so much Jonathan! I was able to download all my students work from the semester. I do not know if the syncing part that he mentioned works but I was not interested in that. I only wanted to download all student work into a single file on my computer for records. And if I can do it, anyone can!!!
I don't want to open or print students' work one by one . I want to print or save their work as one file.
Students' work should be saved in a single folder or file for each assignment.
Brendan Karg commented
I teach digital arts. I have to download .ai/.psd etc individually. Syncing student folders is not an answer..... bulk download yesterday please! Its a joke that something as basic as assignment folders doesn't exist already. Please do this!
Yes, this would save a lot of time!
I agree. Even though it is possible to download all assignments via Sharepoint, the way they are structured is very inconvenient: They are organized primarily by student and then by assignment.
This means that if I want to download all the submissions for a specific assignment, I can't. Instead, I am forced to download all submissions for all assignments.
Case in point: I have more than 100 students in my class and I wanted to download their submissions for an assignment that called for them to upload plain text files. Instead I am in the process of downloading a huge zip file that contains prior submissions that include multimedia files.
I agree, it's very time consuming and when you have over a 100 students it becomes problematic.
Absolutely necessary, in pdf format and/or the native file format.
Structuring the data by Assignment<Student name.pdf would also be more useful.
100% agree with the suggestion and the other comments. MS Teams definitely needs the basic function that Google Classroom, Moodle, and other LMSs normally have.
Yes Definitely, just like LMS
I'd like to be able to bulk download ALL Files for a specific assignment.
Michael Benyon commented
Using Teams assignments for education purposes and large classes, there is often the need to download submissions of assignments to keep for evidence or to mark offline. It would be extremely useful to be able to batch download an assignment (perhaps as one zip file) and adding usernames to each document for identification, rather than having to download each file separately.
Bulk download of all assignments would be very useful - but particularly if the files downloaded are named with the student's names. The ability to upload marked worked will also be extremely useful - particularly if it can also been done in bulk (if the files downloaded were named by Teams).
Strange! Feature not added yet, while the suggestion was more than two years back!
How many MS programmers does it take to change a ...:-)