The Gradebook includes several icons and colors that may display in the assignment columns, assignment groups, and Total column.

Icons and colors are simply gradebook indicators to assist you with course grading. All published assignments count toward a student's total grade unless they are excused assignments.

The Gradebook includes several icons and colors that may display in the assignment columns, assignment groups, and Total column.

Icons and colors are simply gradebook indicators to assist you with course grading. All published assignments count toward a student's total grade unless they are excused assignments.

Submission Type Icons

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Assignment Icon newGradebookSubmissionTypeIconAssignment

A submission is noted as needing to be graded in the following conditions:

  • A submission has been received but has not been graded
  • A submission was graded but the grade was removed by the instructor
  • A submission was resubmitted
  • A quiz was submitted, but is not fully graded (contains questions that must be manually graded, or an auto-submitted quiz score has been deleted and needs to be reassigned); can also display if a quiz has been edited and includes major changes that affect the quiz score, such as deleting questions or deleting quiz answers, and requires a grader to manually resolve

Visibility Icon newGradebookSubmissionTypeIconVisibility

An assignment with grades hidden from students. Additional situations apply:

  • When weighted assignment groups are not enabled, the total column also includes a warning icon notifying you that the grade you see differs from the grade the students see because student grades on one or more graded assignments are hidden.
  • If an assignment column displays the visibility icon and all cells are grayed out, the assignment is moderated.

Grading Icon Types

  1. Dash : No submission
  2. Number : Points grade
  3. Check Icon : Complete grade
  4. X Icon : Incomplete grade
  5. Letter : Letter grade
  6. Percentage : Percentage grade
  7. GPA : GPA scale
  8. Excused : Excused assignment

newGradebookGradeTypeIcons

The Status option allows you to change the default colors in the Gradebook. Each color is a default associated with a Gradebook status: [1]

Colors can be adjusted by selecting a default color or using a supported hex code. [2]

Colors are a per-user setting. Colors set in your course apply to any of your other courses that use the New Gradebook, however, they do not apply to any other user who may view the Gradebook. Additionally, status names cannot be changed.

Note: Some colors may seem darker if they display in a Gradebook row that has an alternating gray background.

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  1. newGradebookStatuesHexCode