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  2. SAK-44684

Assignments - Draft submissions visible in Classic Grader, not New Grader

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      1. Create an assignment, any submission type but non-electronic
        • Open date = now
        • Due date = now + 10 minutes
        • Accept until = due date
        • Publish assignment
      2. As the student, enter text or attach a file for the assignment.
      3. Save as draft, do not submit.
      4. Wait until the due/accept until date passes.
      5. As instructor, click on the Grade link.
        Submission list should show "DRAFT" for the student. 
      6. Use the Classic grader and view the student submission.
         Text and/or attachment is viewable. There should be a flag on the grading screen that indicates this is a draft.
      7. Return to the submission list.
      8. Switch to New Grader and view the student submission
         The student's text and/or attachment should be visible. There should be a flag on the grading screen that indicates this is a draft.
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      Create an assignment, any submission type but non-electronic Open date = now Due date = now + 10 minutes Accept until = due date Publish assignment As the student, enter text or attach a file for the assignment. Save as draft, do not submit. Wait until the due/accept until date passes. As instructor, click on the Grade link. Submission list should show "DRAFT" for the student.  Use the Classic grader and view the student submission.  Text and/or attachment is viewable. There should be a flag on the grading screen that indicates this is a draft. Return to the submission list. Switch to New Grader and view the student submission  The student's text and/or attachment should be visible. There should be a flag on the grading screen that indicates this is a draft.

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      If a student saves a submission as a draft, but does not submit it before the final submission window, the instructor should be able to see that submission flagged as a draft in the submission list, and grade it (if they chose). 

      In 19, this was possible. In 20, 21, and Trunk, the Classic grader does allow the instructor to view the student draft submission. New Grader does not, and there is no longer the "DRAFT" flag on the submission screen. 

      SAK-42940 claimed that viewing DRAFT submissions was not a feature in classic grader so should be removed from new grader.

      SAK-43796 removed the DRAFT flag from the submission list, as it was (supposedly) no longer possible to view drafts. 

      Since it seems like these were incorrect in stating that viewing the saved drafts was not possible previously in classic grader, I would like to see them reverted and instructors able to see when students saved a draft but did not submit the assignment, and the draft submission visible in the new grader.

       

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                  Assignee:
                  a.fish@lancaster.ac.uk Adrian Fish
                  Reporter:
                  cschwiebert Christina Schwiebert
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