Click on the Edit link to the right of a Resource or Activity title. Choose Duplicate from the drop down list and follow the prompts. The item will now be duplicated. Change the title name and update any content in the new duplicated version as necessary
After duplicating this file change the title and update any content that is different from the original file. You will now have another file created using this feature - much faster than using the Activity Chooser to create multiple versions of your file.
3. Drag To Move
Turn editing on then drag the Cross icon to the left of any Resource or Activity item to move content around on the home page of your Moodle course.
4. Click To Move
Turn editing on then click on the drag and drop Cross icon to the left of any Resource or Activity item to access another way to move content around on the home page of your Moodle course. The After link indicates where your content will be moved to.
To upload a file quickly to your course home page turn editing on then locate the file on your desktop you wish to upload. Drag the file into the appropriate section of the course. NOTE: There will be an area surrounded by a serrated box at the bottom of each section where you must drag the file. It can then be moved around the page.
Turn editing on. Upload a folder with mulitple files inside by zipping it first and then dragging it onto the course home page. Choose the option below from the drop down box under Edit to the right to turn it into an accessible file resource.
Turn editing on. You can remove an entire week or topic section at once by clicking on the edit link at the top right of the section and from the drop down choose Delete Topic.
10. Add Or Delete Week Or Topic Sections
Turn editing on. Use the "+" and "-" icons at the very bottom of your course home page to add or delete topic or weekly section blocks. This is non-destructive! Content is not lost if a section is deleted.
And More +
Quickly Grade by Activity or by Student
Go to your Gradebook to access the new Single Form feature. You can access the SingleForm by clicking on the View >> SingleView tab and then choosing a Grade item or User. Another way to access the Single Form is to use the shortcut icon located to the right of the user or to the right of the Grade item (Assignment) name.
Enter a bulk grade for all students at once
Go to your Gradebook and open up the Single Form view. Select a Grade item, scroll to the bottom of the page, check mark Performbulkinsert, type the grade value and then click Save.
Download All Student Assignment Submissions At Once Upload All Student Feedback Files At Once
If you use the Assignment activity to enable students to upload assignments and like to give written feedback inline by marking up the assignment submission, then this feature is for you! (click here for step-by-step instructions)
Discussion Forums - Managing Subscriptions is not available