Edit post and approve post without going back to journals

Big time delay is prohibitive! Teachers want to edit student posts before approving them in order to add comments and stickers. After editing, they must hit the green check which sends them back to the journals. They then must AGAIN go into the activities and then the appropriate subject file which takes way too much time when doing this process for each student! Need to be able to add edits/stickers to student activities without doing this full circle and instead, just go back to the place to hit approve.

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  • This is what I came to request! PLEASE!

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  • This is what I came to request! PLEASE! There needs to be a "Correct Assignment" option so we could just move to the next student's assignment. 

     

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  • This setting is so frustrating and takes so much time than it needs to.  I wish it would revert back to the list of students who finished the assignment!  Instead, you have to go back and find the assignment, then find the students and approve.  Let us approve after editing and then take us to the next student's assignment.  PLEASE!!!   This is such an unnecessary time killer!!!

     

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  • YES! Time saver big time! I can put my digital stickers or feedback then approve right then! YES YES YES Please!

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  • This would be a game changer!!  As I look over all students' responses to an activity, I often edit their work to add comments on what needs to be fixed, or add a page w/ a video reteaching a part of the lesson, using the student's work.  When it kicks it back to the journal, that just takes so long to find the activity again and proceed with other students' work.  PLEASE make a way to edit the activity, but NOT kick it back to the journal.  THANKS FOR CONSIDERING THIS!!

     

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