Linking more than one Seesaw Activity to a Page

It would be really helpful to be able to link more than one seesaw activity within one activity.  For example, i use an organizer with tabs for each subject area for all of my students' daily assignments so they can find them all in one place.  But since it is a Seesaw activity, I can't link other Seesaw activities in any of the subjects areas.  Instead, I have to create the activities right there as a template.  It would be great if we could link activities from our library within our journal instead of having to create them.

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  • I agree, there are some great activities already made in the library. I would love to be able to use those in my tabbed notebook. Instead, I'm doing a lot of snipping and pasting.

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  • Hey! you can link a seesaw activity to a seesaw activity! It's just not super obvious. You have to use a "student link". You can only get a student link once an activity has been assigned or scheduled for your class. So once you assign/schedule it go under the "scheduled" folder under the activities page. Click the 3 little dots in the bottom right hand activity of the page and you will see "Get student link" then you can link that within a seesaw activity. 

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  • Does the link take you to a new activity? I want the students to be able to stay in the tabbed journal assignment. And do they see the assigned assignment in their activities tab? I'd like it all to stay in one place and not take them into another activity. 

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  • It opens the SeeSaw activity they click on in a new tab. All activities you've assigned show up in the activities tab. 

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