How to send a message to my students?

How to send a message to my students?

The messages feature is always accessible from the sidebar on the left of your page.



This tool makes it possible to send a message to one or more students, to the whole class or to a colleague.





This feature allows students to receive messages only. They cannot send messages back

This is how a message looks like once received by your student:s:





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