Release Notes 07.19.2018

Author: Chris Hull | Release Notes |

Release Notes: 7-19-2018

Analytics

Query – NWEA Percentile is now selectable as a criteria

Assessments

Visual updates for Otus Student

Simple Assessment – Text editor now allows users to bold, italicize, and/or underline question text

Advanced Assessment – Administrators can now hide selected Inspect Items from teachers within a district.

General

Visual redesign of notification banners that appear in the upper right hand corner.

Lessons

Lessons can now be shared and cloned.

Poll

Updated Visuals in Otus Student

Otus co-founder and Chief Product Officer, Chris Hull, spent 11 years as a middle school educator. Find him on Twitter @OtusHull.

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