Thanks for the suggestions, they both work.
With some more experimenting, I also found that when the student's file is
still open, if I simply close the "course" tab before closing the student's
file, then I will be taken back to the folder containing all the student's
files when I close the student's file. And of course there is always the
browser's "back" button as a last resort....
On Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 12:43:00 PM UTC-5, Aaron Tresham wrote:
> If you click on the "Files" button before closing the first student file,
> I believe it will show you the folder of student files. You can then open a
> second file (and close the first if you want).
> On Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 3:15:34 PM UTC-10, valer...@gmail.com
>> This is a minor issue, but it does make things a bit harder: when I
>> collect a student assignment by clicking on the Collect button and then
>> click on the Open button next to it to open the copy of the assignment, I
>> see the list of files inside the assignment folder, as expected. But if I
>> open one of those files to look at it, and then I close it again, I am not
>> taken back to the folder containing the file. I am instead taken back to
>> the page listing the assignments with the Collect and Open buttons, and if
>> I want to look at a second file I have to click on the Open button again.
>> Maybe this is intentional, but it would work better for me if I was taken
>> back to the list of files so that I can look at several of them without
>> having to re-open the folder every time.
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