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    31 comments  ·  Schools and Universities » Teams & Channels  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    under review  ·  Gordon Chang responded

    This feature request is being reviewed by the feature team. No new details to share at this time.

    Meanwhile, feel free to share why you need this in class teams / staff teams, and what you need to see (ie # read / list of users read / timestamp of read) and for what purpose.

    Gordon Chang from Teams

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    Kathryn commented  · 

    I like Carol's idea a lot. If teachers could mark certain posts with higher importance and students would have an option to confirm they read the post, this would give us increased visibility about which students are actually seeing the messages we are sending. As many other teachers have mentioned- during distance learning this is one of the biggest challenges teachers are facing- knowing whether or not students are receiving the work and messages we are creating. A temporary work around that was mentioned in a few comments would be to ask students to "like" a post that is sent with high importance to confirm they have read it- but that could really clog up the activity section in Teams.

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    60 comments  ·  Schools and Universities » Teams & Channels  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    under review  ·  Justin Chando responded

    Thank you all for your continued feedback on this feature! We are still evaluating options, so for now the ‘Posts’ tab remains the default first tab for every team.

    Great suggestions so far in the comments, but please do continue to share how you would use this feature so we can better understand the use case for our planning.

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    425 comments  ·  Schools and Universities » Messaging  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thank you for your feedback! Chat can be a powerful tool in educational settings, but we understand that in some environments chat can also come with student safety challenges. To assist schools where educator supervision in chats is desired, we have begun the roll out of our new Supervised Chat feature.

    Supervised chat allows designated educators to initiate chats with students and blocks students from starting new chats unless an appropriate educator is present. When chat supervision is enabled, supervisors aren’t allowed to leave chats and other participants aren’t allowed to remove them, ensuring that chats involving students are properly supervised.

    We are doing a gradual roll out of this feature so it may take a few weeks to get to your environment. We expect to be fully rolled out by the end of May 2021.

    To learn more, please visit https://docs.microsoft.com/microsoftteams/supervise-chats-edu (admins) or https://support.microsoft.com/topic/supervised-chats-in-microsoft-teams-for-education-ad3aaafc-c85a-416f-95f9-d691f419cbb8 (end-users).

    It’s important to note…

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    under review  ·  Justin Chando responded

    Thanks for all of the feedback on this one. We are reviewing how we can improve notifications around Assignments in Teams. Please keep the feedback coming!

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    1 comment  ·  Schools and Universities » Assignments & Grades  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Kathryn commented  · 

    If you go inside of the Team the student is in, press the "grades" tab and then press the name of the student, you can see all of their assignments with scores and whether or not the work has been returned to them. It's a little clunky, but I think it would accomplish what you are trying to see. There is a "status" column on this page that shows if it has been viewed, turn in, etc.

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    Kathryn commented  · 

    I completely agree. I just logged in to make the same suggestion. There are too many steps for students to easily see feedback- this would allow students to immediately click on work that does not have a score, read feedback, and turn in again (or for the first time).

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