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Thank you for all of the feedback around this feature! We are reviewing what the best path forward is for this.
Just so everyone knows in the meantime, teachers can absolutely review any student attached or distributed work in Assignments even if students have not clicked the ‘Turn in’ button. Some of the comments also mention that the work might not be done digitally and submitted a different way, students can also Turn in the assignment without attaching any files/resources or can use the Teams mobile app to take a photo of their paper-based work to submit digitally.
Finally, when you return the assignment as a teacher (even without the student turning in) the feedback loop is also closed. Hope this helps.
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An error occurred while saving the commentMari Solheim commented
I strongly support this suggestion. Such a setting would definitely be very useful to teachers.
The team is making progress on showing Office 365 group calendars in Teams. We will share more details as we have them.
Meanwhile, feel free to share what types of meetings do you create in the group calendars for classes and staff?
Gordon Chang from Teams