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New for teachers

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If you're a teacher in Moodle, then this page will tell you about the major changes affecting you in Moodle 3.4

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    More efficient user management

    Teachers can now enrol, search, filter and bulk edit or delete learners from a new single Participants and Enrolments screen.

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    Mark activities as complete

    A new capability Override activity completion status means teachers can manually mark as complete (or incomplete) activities on behalf of learners.

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    Helpful file type selector

    When specifying required file types in workshops and assignments, and when uploading media files, a list of suggested file types makes the selection easier.

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    Tag database entries

    Following the glossary, forum post and book chapter tagging in our last release, you can now allow learners to tag database entries..

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    Better calendar management

    Thanks to this Moodle Users Association (MUA) project, you can easily manage calendar events- and view new category events- in a handy popup window..

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    Drag and drop calendar events

    This MUA-funded Calendar improvement allows you to easily change events in the calendar by dragging and dropping them to new dates.

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    Private files storage display

    When uploading files to your Private files, you now see how much space you have used, helping you to better manage your storage limit.

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    Improved Global search

    If Global search is enabled, it's now possible to search blocks and courses you are not enrolled in.

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    Easier activity navigation

    'Previous' and 'Next' links, along with a jump-to menu make navigating around courses easier and more intuitive.

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    Moodle from your Mobile!

    Links in the footer and user profiles now encourage you to download and use the Moodle Mobile app.