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Daniel, the current solution is not as nicely presented as your version, as we lacked time, but it does show everything going on in class. Check it out under Learn > Timetable > View Master Timetable. You could always pull the data out and render it in the format you want, or teach people to use Command/Control-F to find what they want. Thanks, Ross.
Just to confirm that Sandra has built this and it is in the latest cut of the v14 developer code, if you want to test it out. There is a new module action, Admin > System Admin > Notification Settings that allows you to control notifications for Behaviour. More notifications from around the system coming to this area soon. Ross.
Hello again! When you created the unit, it belongs to the course, containing the class you want to associated it with. In order for the unit it be available to a lesson plan in that class, the unit needs to be set as running for that class, which you can manage in the Edit view of the unit:
The design goal here was to prevent units showing up classes not studying that unit.
@skuipers I have an absolutely packed teaching day today. Is there any chance you could take a look at this thread for Roman? If not I can do it tomorrow, but it has been lingering for a few days! Thanks : )
Nope, the procedure looks fine as is, so no suggestions to improve.
To create passwords, I generally use a bulk password generator online, and then paste them into my spreadsheet. This one will even do the MD5 for you, so you can insert as plain text, without any additional SQL work: http://manytools.org/network/password-generator/.