Google is rolling out a brand new function that enables lecturers to disable submissions after a due date in Google Classroom.
The function allows lecturers to customize grading in Classroom, the tech big stated in a Workspace Updates blogpost on Thursday.
“The brand new choice to disable submissions after a due date permits lecturers to cease accepting submissions for an task previous the due date.”
When creating a brand new task, lecturers can resolve whether or not or to not require a strict due date.
By default, the assignments device will nonetheless permit submissions after the due date.
The brand new function additionally permits lecturers to decide on to cease submissions for an task at any level, whatever the presence of a due date.
Furthermore, the function doesn’t have admin management, and is out there to all Google Workspace prospects and customers with private Google Accounts
“We hope this extremely requested function offers lecturers extra management over their workflow by permitting them to set their very own degree of flexibility for accepting assignments,” the corporate stated.
Final month, the corporate had stated that wealthy textual content formatting is now accessible for sophistication and personal feedback in Google Classroom, permitting lecturers and college students to customize and add emphasis to their content material.
This function consists of– bolding, underlining, italicising and bulleted lists.
Additionally, the tech big launched a brand new possibility for visiting a category in Google Classroom.
This selection permits “permissioned” customers to briefly entry courses to help educators, put up bulletins, view scholar profiles and extra, with out being assigned as a everlasting co-teacher.