• How do I edit a video lesson I've already assigned?

    You can edit the name of a video lesson, edit the text in a question/note, or duplicate/delete the video. It is not possible to change the correct answer choice in a multiple-choice question. 

    To edit an assigned video, follow these steps:

    1. Go to My Classes.
    2. Click on the video you’d like to edit.
    3. Click on the Edit Assigned Video button below the title of the video. From here you can either edit the name of the video, edit the text of a question or note, or duplicate/delete the video.

    Edit Name

    1. Click on the Edit Name button.
    2. Click Change Name to save your changes.

    Edit questions or notes

    1. Click on the pencil icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the question or note you’d like to edit.
    2. Click Save to make your changes.
    3. A pop-window will appear to confirm your saved changes. Note: These changes will be applied to all the classes this video is assigned to.

    Duplicate or Delete a video

    1. Click the ellipsis (...) button to the right of the Edit Name button.
    2. From here you can either choose to duplicate the video (to create a copy) or delete the video from your My Content page. Note: If you delete the video, student grades and progress related to this video will still be saved.
  • How do I assign a video lesson?

    You can either assign each video individually or assign multiple videos together.

    (Or check out our articles on how to post assignments if you're using Google Classroom, Canvas, Schoology or another LMS.)

    Assigning videos

    Once you've edited your video lesson, you can assign it to a class directly.

    1. While in the "Content" tab, click on "My Content" on the left-hand side.
    2. Check the box(es) below the video(s) you wish to assign.
    3. Select "Assign" from the bottom menu.
    4. Choose the classes you want to assign the video to. By default, the "Assign all" option will be selected which assigns the video to all the students in your class, including any students who may join your class in the future.
    5. If you only want to assign the video to certain students in your class, check the box for the class you're interested in and choose the "Assign manually" option. Then you can select the specific students to assign your video to. (Please note that this isn't available for Google Classroom classes.) 
    6. Add a start date, due date and start time, and choose if you want to prevent skipping, turn on closed-captioning or post on Google Classroom if desired. Click "Assign" and you're done!

     

    If you're not ready to assign the video(s), click "Later." Your lesson will be saved for when you want to continue editing or when it's ready to be assigned.

    You can also check out our articles on how to assign a start and due date and how to prevent or allow skipping. 

  • How do I share assignment links with my students?
    To share your assignment via a link, follow the instructions below:
     
    1. While in the "My Classes" view, click on the class you want to send an assignment link to.
    2. Click on the assignment you want to share.
    3. Click on "Share assignment" in the menu on the right-hand side.
    4. From here, you can copy the link and paste it into your LMS or wherever your students will see it!
     
    Important note: Assignment links are class-specific, meaning if you've assigned a video to multiple classes, each class will have a unique assignment link which will only work for students in those classes.
     
    If you are using Google Classrooman LMS, or you want to embed a video assignment into a blog or website check the corresponding articles for more information.
  • How do I set a start date, due date, start time or due time?

    To set a start date and start time:

    1. Once you're ready to assign a video, you'll see a pop-up with "Assign to a class" at the top. Here you'll see "Start Date" on the top and "Due Date" below it.
    2. To set a start date, click on the box labeled "Start Date". 
    3. Here you can select a start date from the calendar pop-up. The start date defaults to today.
    4. To set a start time, while in the same calendar pop-up, in the bottom left you'll see "Hour" and "Minute." Use the arrow keys to set the start time and click the button to choose a.m. and p.m. 
    5. Select the start date and start time, click the blue "Save" button and you're good to go!

    Note: Remember to select the class and choose if you want to prevent skipping! 

     

    To set a due date and due time:

    1. Once you're ready to assign a video, you'll see a pop-up with "Assign to a class" at the top. Here you'll see "Start Date" on the top and "Due Date" below it.
    2. To set a due date, click on the left box labeled "Start Date."
    3. Here you can select a due date from the calendar pop-up. The due date defaults to today.
    4. To set a due time, while in the same calendar pop-up, in the bottom left you'll see "Hour" and "Minute." Use the arrow keys to set the start time and click the button to choose a.m. and p.m. 
    5. Select the due date and due time, click the blue "Save" button and you're good to go! 

     

    To change a start date, start time, due date or due time:

    1.  In the assignment view, click on the box with "Start Date" at the top. Choose the start date and time you want, then click the blue "Save" button.
    2. To change the due date or due time, click on the box with "Due Date" at the top and follow the same steps. That's it!

    You might also be interested in our article on how to assign videos

  • How are my assigned video lessons organized?

    You can find the video lessons you’ve assigned by going to “My Classes” and choosing the class in question. 

    Once there, you’ll see two tabs: “Due assignments” for video lessons you’ve set a due date for, and “No Due Date” if you’ve chosen not to set a due date. (To learn how to set a due date, check out this article: https://support.edpuzzle.com/hc/en-us/articles/360007501971). 

    Assignments found under the “Due Assignments” tab are categorized as:

    • “In progress”
      • if the start date has passed or starts today and the due date is in the future, or if you still have answers to grade whether the due date has passed or not
      •  ordered by due date with the oldest on top
    • “Upcoming assignments” 
      • if the start date is in the future
      •  ordered by start date with the soonest on top
    • “Graded and completed” 
      • if the start and due dates have passed and you don’t have any pending answers to grade
      • ordered by due date with the most recent assignment on top

    If you haven’t given your assignment a due date, it will appear under the “No Due Date” tab. If you’ve given the assignments start dates, they’ll appear as: 

    • “In progress” 
      • ordered by start date with the newest assignments on top 
    • “Upcoming assignments” 
      • ordered by start date with the soonest on top 
    • “Graded and completed” 
      • ordered by start date with the assignment that was most recently completed on top

     

    If you’re interested in how your students’ results are ordered in the assignment view, check out this article: https://support.edpuzzle.com/hc/en-us/articles/360009935432

    Or if you’d like some information to share with your students on how assignments are ordered for them, you can send them this article: https://support.edpuzzle.com/hc/en-us/articles/360020180072

    Note: If you can’t find one of your assignments, make sure to check the other tabs (“Due Assignments” vs. “No Due Date”), and if you need further help, feel free to contact us at support@edpuzzle.com

  • How do I assign video lessons to multiple classes?

    Assigning video lessons to multiple classes is as easy as assigning the lesson to one class. Here’s how:

    1. In the "Assign" window, select the classes you want to assign the video using the checkbox next to the class name. 
    2. Set any additional parameters like start and due date, whether or not to prevent skipping, and if you’d like to allow closed captions. 
    3. Click “Assign” and all the checked classes will be assigned the video.

    When you assign an Edpuzzle video lesson to multiple classes, you'll have a different assignment URL for each class. If you share a link from the wrong class with a student, they may have difficulty accessing the assignment or may be added to that class instead of their own.

     

    To find the correct assignment link for each class assigned the video: 

    1. Choose a class from the list under “My Classes” in the menu on the left-hand side of your page.
    2. Click on the assignment, and select "Share assignment" from the menu towards the bottom right of the page. This will give you the URL for that specific class's assignment.
    3. Do the same thing for each of your classes to find their unique links. 

     

    Note: Assigning a video lesson to multiple classes at once is only available for Google Classroom-connected classes or classic- or open-type Edpuzzle classes. If your classes are integrated with another LMS, you will need to individually assign each class the video lesson directly from your LMS. To learn more about assigning lessons via your LMS, check out our articles on using Edpuzzle with different LMS integrations.