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Mr. Rogness

How to see all student comments - 30 views

student comments aggregate

started by Mr. Rogness on 10 Jan 11
  • Mr. Rogness
    I've begun using Diigo with my students. I would love to be able to see all of their contributions aggregated when I click on their names, but it seems like only those comments that they leave on pages that they've bookmarked appear. Perhaps I'm missing a thread here that addresses this issue, but any help would be appreciated. Thanks! I also am not sure if this is the correct forum for this sort of issue, so apologies if this group is not the appropriate place to ask this question.
  • sandy_diigo

    As the red ellipse indicated,you can filter out bookmark or topic.
    If you choose all,then all those topics and bookmarks they have contributed to show up.
    If you choose bookmark,only those comments they leave on bookmarks shared by themselves show up.
    Note: if bookmarks weren't shared by them ,they followed the post and made their comments. In this case,
    their comments won't show up together with the bookmark.
    If bookmarks were shared by them,all their highlights,sticky notes and comments show up together.
    As for topics, all their contributions will appear no matter whether bookmarks were shared by them.
  • Mr. Rogness
    Thanks for the response. I've tried that a number of times, and the results often do not show all of the student's comments to the group. I have scanned the group for all of a student's comments, written down a paraphrased list of them, and then clicked on their name and "all". I've clicked all of the possible categories, and have waited more than 48 hours since they left the posts, and still only some of their comments show up. Anything else I'm missing?

    Thanks for the help!
  • sandy_diigo
    Since it is such a common user scenario that teachers need to filter out all contributions from a particular/certain
    student, we will take it into consideration and make some improvements on this feature.Please stay tuned.
  • Mr. Rogness
    Thank you for your quick responses. I'm looking forward to being able to use Diigo to evaluate individual students' contributions.

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