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  2. SAK-40408 msgcntr: Forums UI Improvements
  3. SAK-40409

msgcntr: forums: Allow students/members to access their own statistics and post information

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    • Type: Sub-task
    • Status: RESOLVED
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 11.4, 12.7, 19.5, 20.1, 21.0 [Tentative], 22.0 [Tentative]
    • Fix Version/s: 22.0 [Tentative]
    • Component/s: Forums Tool
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      To view the existing page that instructors/site administrators can access:

      1. In a site with at least one student and instructor, log in as instructor and create a forum topic.
      2. Post in the forum as instructor.
      3. Log in as a student and access the instructor's post. Reply to it.
      4. Still as student, start a new conversation.
      5. Log back in as instructor and go to Statistics and Grading > select student's name.
      6. Note that the student's posts display with links, and the post the student replied to is listed as read.

      This feature request is to add a tab for the student's/member's view of Forums (or any other participant who does NOT have site.upd permission as this is what Forums uses to determine if you are an "Instructor" or not) so they can access their own posts in a single location. The tab is called "Statistics" for student users. They should not see breadcrumbs, buttons to navigate between participants, nor any mention/ability to grade.

      Additionally, a student/member should be able to view their own post statistics (# of posts authored and % read) as described in SAK-29425.

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      To view the existing page that instructors/site administrators can access: In a site with at least one student and instructor, log in as instructor and create a forum topic. Post in the forum as instructor. Log in as a student and access the instructor's post. Reply to it. Still as student, start a new conversation. Log back in as instructor and go to  Statistics and Grading > select student's name . Note that the student's posts display with links, and the post the student replied to is listed as read. This feature request is to add a tab for the student's/member's view of Forums  (or any other participant who does NOT have site.upd permission as this is what Forums uses to determine if you are an "Instructor" or not) so they can access their own posts in a single location. The tab is called "Statistics" for student users. They should not see breadcrumbs, buttons to navigate between participants, nor any mention/ability to grade. Additionally, a student/member should be able to view their own post statistics (# of posts authored and % read) as described in SAK-29425 .
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    • 20 status:
      Please Merge

      Description

      Via the ForumsStatistics and Grading screen, instructors/project site administrators can access individual participants' posting statistics.  The page for a specific user includes all messages the user posted (with the subjects linked to access those posts in context) and a list of messages the user marked as Read.  There's also an option to jump to a page showing the Full text of all posts the student authored.

      This information is not available to students/members, and often students are assigned to post a certain number of times each week or respond to a certain number of posts.  Each site participant should be able to access their own view of the page containing their individual statistics.  Below is a screen shot of the page as it currently exists for an instructor.

      Additionally, a student/member should be able to view their own post statistics (# of posts authored and % read) as described in SAK-29425.

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                  Assignee:
                  bjones86 Brian Jones
                  Reporter:
                  rainribbon Tiffany Stull
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