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  1. Sakai
  2. SAK-40568

Resources - Icons - Add icons for locked, date released items / folders (and possibly groups)



    • Type: Feature Request
    • Status: OPEN
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 12.3, 19.0
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Content
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      Consider adding a few more icons into the mix for Resources. This way, an instructor can quickly see the state of a file or folder without having to dive into "Edit Details" to check. The "Hidden" icon is critical but covered in ----SAK-40132----.

      The additional suggestions below I feel will enhance the instructor experience (Locked, Calendar, Group), but I have marked this ticket as minor. 

      As a reminder, the other existing icons are: 

      • Copyright symbol (fa-copyright) in the event the flag "Display copyright alert..." was enabled.
      • Information circle (fa-info-circle) if a description has been entered.

      The available states that I am aware of for the "Access" field are:

      • Entire Site (default)
      • Public
      • Logged in users
      • Select group(s)

      The order hierarchy for any icons should be as follows:

      • Copyright
      • Information
      • Visibility (Hidden or Locked)
      • Date release
      • Conditional release
      • Group

      Please see the sub-tasks for details on each item.

      For performance, I can see the icons not being used when using the "Copy Content from My Other Sites" feature. If a user has many sites and many files, disabling the display of the additional icons might speed up performance? Something to be considered when evaluating the addition of icons in Resources.

      Thank you for considering this feature request.


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                  maintenanceteam Core Team
                  alanregan Alan Regan
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