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Moodle HQ have recently launched the latest release of Moodle mobile - 3.1.2.

Moodle Mobile 3.1This new release comes with a range of new features and improvements, including:

  • The ability to submit assignments via the app - giving greater flexibility. Students can now use the app to write text directly into Moodle or upload attachments. Teachers can then download student submissions directly through their mobile.
  • The addition of a Rich text editor - You can now use the editor when creating forum posts, attempting essay questions in quizzes, creating Wiki pages and submitting assignments.
  • The option to create Wiki pages straight from your mobile - as well as edit pre-existing Wikis if required.
  • Improvements to the Gradebook - allows users to view their full grade data via their mobile.

You can view the full list of features in the release notes here or click on the below image to watch the summary video (the link will open a new window).

Moodle Mobile 3.1.2 Release Video

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