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Moodle Mobile 2.3 has recently been released. You can view more about this latest release, including new features and improvements below.

NEW FEATURES:

  • Forum posting: Users can create new discussions and reply to existing ones.
  • Choice: Users can now delete responses

Both require Moodle 3.0 or the Moodle Mobile additional features plugin installed.

Moodle Mobile 2.3 Release

FIXES:

  • Site notes cannot been seen from app

IMPROVEMENTS:

  • Date handling and formatting
  • Notifications for deleted sites are not shown
  • Big images and videos are now scaled
  • Scaled images can be viewed at full size
  • Errors can be reported in background (configurable)

The app is available to download now for Android & iOS, and will be available on the other app stores soon. You can download it here.

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