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Feedback Studio for iOS Release Notes

MOB 3.0.2

2017 August 31st

 

What we’ve been working on...

 

Unnecessary scale values appearing in SplitView mode

 

When accessing the qualitative rubric of a graded assignment in SplitView mode, extraneous scale values were present causing confusion. This was purely a cosmetic issue, but being the perfectionists that we are, we got rid of it quickly!

Incorrect cell point values in iPhone SplitView mode

 

A user highlighted that incorrect cell point values were displaying in their custom rubric. Once again, the issue was cosmetic, as the actual score value for the grade remained correct. We fixed it anyway!

Unexpected ability to overwrite the voice recording of a partially downloaded paper

 

On quick glimpse of an actively downloading paper with a voice comment attached, users were presented with a red record button, rather than the expected play button. Having temporarily lost our voices *gulp*, we took our cough syrup and found them again Engineers have successfully reinstated the play button! Phew.

Crash fixes and stability improvements

 

Turnitin engineers have been working hard to ensure that your Feedback Studio for iOS app is moving along smoothly at all times.
 


MOB 3.0.1

2017 August 18th

 

What we’ve been working on...

 

Incorrect information displaying in a custom rubric

 

Well, who'd have thought a harmless custom rubric could cause so many problems? In this instance, certainly not us!

 

Whilst grading in Feedback Studio for iOS, a user highlighted some unfortunate issues in their custom rubric; this included double cell selection, weighted criteria percentages in the left-hand column (found only in a standard rubric), as well as the max grade ('out of' denominator) being totally incorrect. At the same time, the correct data was transferred to the browser version of Feedback Studio.

Custom rubric scale value appearing next to column header cells

 

When investigating the aforementioned bug, we noticed some confusing (but cosmetic) scale values appearing in several column header cells.

 

We've managed to fix what can only be described as obnoxious pests! We figured that the problem, in this case, was a result of the custom rubric being formatted/scaled/scored in exactly the same way as a standard rubric, tricking the system into believing it should behave just like a standard rubric.

Crash fixes

 

  • Failed logout after exiting split-screen view, causing users to be logged back in due to unexpected crashing.
  • Queuing a large set of submissions for download caused the app to crash.

 


 

MOB 3.0

2017 July 28th

 

What we’ve been working on...

 

We're now available on iPhone!

 

Calling all iPhone users! Grade or submit from anywhere with the Turnitin Feedback Studio app. Now available to instructors and students on iPhone (as well as any other device running iOS 9), and optimized for mobile with adaptive screen sizes.

 

We're always aiming to make submissions from your mobile device as effortless as possible, and what better way to do this than from your iPhone? Use Feedback Studio from the train, bus, or wherever your mood takes you. We've got you covered.


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Improved discoverability of hard-to-find features

 

Who needs a feedback summary view? Not us! We've addressed several requests to reduce the number of steps involved in accessing certain features in the app.

 

Previously, the grade, rubric/ grading form, summary text comments, voice comments, and submission information were available in the feedback summary view; now they're all available from the document viewer for both instructors and students. 

 

By cutting down the number of taps involved in reaching important features, instructors and students can now experience a more streamlined and quicker feedback and submission process.

 

 


We've refreshed the style of the app

 

We've implemented a big styling refresh to the app's user interface, including a new color palette and adjustments to feedback tools to build on our accessibility efforts. The new color palette is now in line with the colors found in Turnitin Feedback Studio for desktop.

 


Updates to QuickMark and bubble comments

 

We've updated the design of QuickMarks and bubble comments to improve the clarity of our features and better adapt to the iPhone scale. With clearer text action labels, rather than ambiguous icon-only buttons, we've made user navigation easier. We've also made QuickMark details front and center to avoid having to search for this information.

 

 


Improved sorting in the assignment inbox

 

We've added the ability to sort the assignment inbox by grade, allowing instructors to order student submissions by not graded status. It's now so much easier to find the ⇅sort button, too!

 

 

MOB 2.1.3

2017 February 8th

Fixed an issue with disappearing bubble comments


Oops! You told us that the text in your bubble comments disappeared after long-pressing or moving a bubble comment around the paper. We're sorry about that! Our engineers have fixed this pesky bug, so you can now grade with the complete confidence that your comments will stay put.

 

 

MOB 2.1.0

2017 January 10th

 

What we’ve been working on...

 

Simplified submissions

 

The Feedback Studio for iPad app now fits into any workflow! Use the share extension to submit from content development and storage apps like Google Docs, Pages, Dropbox, iCloud and more!

 

Step-by-step guidance for submitting via a third-party app is available here. Happy submitting!

 

 


Microphone improvements

 

Tap the microphone and let your students hear your feedback; the team threw in a couple fixes to voice comments to make your recording session solid.

 


Access code bug fixed

 

We wiped out a little bug that was trying to keep our users out; you can now be certain that users with access code logins won’t be ignored!

 


Improved class and assignment organization

 

On our quest for organization, the team spent time sorting and separating assignments and classes to make locating master classes and sections easier.

 

 


Additional bug fixes and improvements

 

As always, Turnitin engineers have been working hard to ensure that your Feedback Studio for iPad app works smoothly from start to finish. They've fixed bugs that may have been affecting your workflow and enhanced the performance of the app along the way.

 

 

MOB 2.0

2016 August 16th

 

What we’ve been working on...
 

Role switching

 

Feedback Studio for iPad now supports user role switching! Instructors can mark and grade student submissions and students can submit papers to assignments, as well as view instructor feedback all from inside one, multifunctional app.

 

Please note that, for all of instructor and student classes to appear in-app, you must be using the same email address for both roles.

 

 

 


Student submission capability

 

Students are now able to submit papers to assignments using the Feedback Studio for iPad app. The app allows students to select their paper from their iPad device, then upload the paper to Turnitin. The app provides students with the option to submit papers late or resubmit papers if the options have been enabled by their instructor.

 

Submissions made to TurnitinUK.com or Turnitin.com directly can be accessed in-app and vice versa.

 

 

 


Student review feedback, grades, rubrics, and similarity reports

 

Students can used Feedback Studio for iPad to view all feedback left by their instructor. Students have full access to their on-paper feedback and are even able to listen to their instructor's voice comments. Viewing assignment rubrics prior to submission and after grading is easy in-app, as well as interpreting a similarity report, which can be toggled on and off.

On-paper feedback: 

 

 

General instructor feedback: 

 

 


Streamlined account and class management, with improved instructor inbox

 

From Feedback Studio for iPad's freshly designed assignment inbox enables instructors to sort by name or by date submitted. The date in which each student has submitted their paper is clearly detailed, alongside the grade and point value awarded to each student (if graded). With the help of the red clock icon, instructors can now identify whether or not a paper was submitted late to an assignment.

 

 

 


Enhanced notification detail

 

Feedback Studio for iPad provides notifications to keep users up to date about any changes or issues in their Turnitin account. Tap the bell icon in the top right-hand corner of the app to access notifications. For any unread notifications, a red circle will appear alongside the notification icon.

 

 


New documentation

 

To help get you started with Feedback Studio for iPad 2.0, new documentation is available, providing step-by-step instructions for how to use all new and existing features. Visit guides.turnitin.com/ipad for detailed guidance.

 

 

MOB 1.4.1

2015 October 8th

 

What we’ve been working on...

 

Data fetch sync improvements for small to medium sized classes


We’ve improved the performance for data upload, download, and syncing to present you with the option to download either a single paper or all papers at the same time.

 

If you opt to download all papers at the same time, you can set a download priority; users are now able to tap on any paper in the downloading queue to download them in the order selected. Alternatively, natural priority download will download papers according to their order in the Assignment Inbox.

 


Login/password improvements


Turnitin for iPad now updates to identify any incorrect or outdated credentials. If your password is changed while the app is linked to Turnitin, a pop-up box will appear advising of this change and will encourage you to correct the issue.Turnitin, a pop-up box will appear advising of this change and will encourage you to correct the issue.

 

Once your new password has been entered, you can continue working without interruption, and any unsynced data will be synced upon entry of the new password.


 

 


Removal of iOS 7 support  

Turnitin for iPad 1.4.1 does not support iOS 7. Please update your device to the most up to date iOS in order to use the newest version of Turnitin for iPad. iPads using iOS 8 will perform considerably better, especially for larger classes with larger assignments.

 

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