An easy way to find out what is due when, is to go into Assignments in the left-hand navigation tool.
Once you are in the assignment area, you can create a find (Cmd+f or Ctrl+f) in the web browser you are in. Then type in ‘Due ” plus the first three letters for the month and one or two digit numbers for the day you want to know which assignments are due.
Remember, Canvas separates the discussion board post and exams from the assignments. If you scroll down, you will see all topic listed quickly.
Is it possible to upload two images (before and after) at the same time?
This is a great question. I see that Canvas is not like the most recent version of Moodle where you can upload multiple files easily. It’s more like old Moodle where you would need to upload one image, then reply to yourself with the second image.
I did some looking around and found that you can easily upload your images to Canvas. This is done under Account then Files. After that, you can go to the discussion you want to embed the images in and click on the mountain icon in the edit toolbar.
Choose the images you want, add text, and post. Here is a quick video on the process:
I have tried to open the “Creating a Catalog and Importing Photos from a Folder” link but nothing is showing up and it seems like it is supposed to be a movie.
I have attached a screenshot. I am also using Chrome.
Answer: Thank you for letting me know about this and the screenshot. It was very helpful. It is also good to learn where Canvas may be giving us trouble so that we can work around it.
I did log in to see if I had any challenges, and I did not. I was using Chrome too. So, let’s see what we can do about getting you moving forward. The first thing I would like you to do is to click the page-out arrow at the top of your screen. Does this open the movie for you?