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How to Create and Give Zero-Point Feedback

Web, iOS, Android

From the Web

  1. Open your class
  2. Click on the "Settings" button on the right and select "Edit Class"
  3. Select the "Skills" tab 
  4. Click on the "Point Weight" drop down and select "0"
  5. Click "Save"
Note: If the zero-point feedback is created under the "Positives" category, you should hear the normal "Positives" feedback sound.  If the zero-point feedback is created under the "Needs Work" category, you should hear a completely different sound to distinguish it from other "Needs Work" feedback. 
 
Zero-point feedback that falls in the "Needs work" category will be designated by a yellow point bubble to distinguish it from any negative point values.

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iOS

  1. Select a class
  2. Click the gear icon and select "Edit skills"
  3. Decide whether you want your zero-point feedback to fall under the "Positive" or "Needs work" category.  
  4. Click "Add skill"
  5. Select an icon, name your zero-point feedback, and select "0" as the point value.
  6. Click "Create skill"
  7. To give zero-point feedback, select your newly-created skills after tapping on a student's name. 

Note: If the zero-point feedback is created under the "Positives" category, you should hear the normal "Positives" feedback sound.  If the zero-point feedback is created under the "Needs work" category, you should hear a completely different sound to distinguish it from other "Needs work" feedback!  

 



 
Note: Zero-point feedback that falls in the "Needs work" category will be designated by a yellow point bubble to distinguish it from any negative point values.
 

Android

  1. Open your class 
  2. Tap 3-dot menu in the upper right corner
  3. Tap "Edit Skills"
  4. Find the skill you want to edit and tap on it to bring up skill details
  5. Tap the "Point Weight" drop down and selet "0"
  6. Click the blue checkmark to save your skill

Note: If the zero-point feedback is created under the "Positives" category, you should hear the normal "Positives" feedback sound.  If the zero-point feedback is created under the "Needs work" category, you should hear a completely different sound to distinguish it from other "Needs work" feedback!  

 Zero-point feedback that falls in the "Needs work" category will be designated by a yellow point bubble to distinguish it from any negative point values.

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