How do I view assignment comments from my instructor?
You can see comments from your instructor in the Grades page. Most comments are located in the assignment sidebar. However, your instructor may also leave comments in your assignment submission as annotations or media comments.
Locate the assignment and click the Comment icon . View the comments in the assignment . You can also view the author, date, and time of the comment.
To view media comments or attached files in the submission details, click the Feedback icon .
Your assignment submission also displays comments. Click the title of the assignment.
Any instructor comments added to your submission, as well as any comments added by you, appear in the Comments portion of the sidebar . These comments can be text comments, media comments, or attached files. To view a media comment, click the Play button . To open an attached file, click the file name link .
If your assignment includes a rubric , your instructor may also leave comments in the rubric. The Show Rubric link displays an indicator if comments have been added in a rubric .
If you submitted the assignment with a file upload, your instructor may have included annotated feedback in your assignment.
Files that support annotations display a View Feedback link next to the submission. The View Feedback link displays an indicator if annotated comments have been added to a supported assignment. Learn how to view annotated comments.
You can add comments to your assignment submission . All comments left on a group assignment submission are sent to the instructor and the whole group.
If your group assignment submission includes commenting options, each member of your group is being graded individually. To send your comment to your instructor, select Send comment to instructor only . To send your comment to your instructor and the whole group, select Send comment to the whole group .
To submit your comment, click the Save button .
To add a media comment to your submission, click the Media Comment link. You can record a video or record an audio comment to send to your instructor.