A robust, intuitive experience, smooth interaction with desktop, and increased offline functionality are some of the new elements the Moodle Mobile 3.3 apps now offer learning communities around the world.
Many of its new features are extensions of Moodle 3.3, the major release from a previous week. Below, a complete list of the new features:
- Offline Lessons: Students can access full sections without internet access, including activities and rich media.
- Offline Feedback submission: Students can interact with this Activity offline.
- Offline revision: Teachers can check out students attempts and submissions, as well as grade them.
- Support for Microsoft and Google OAuth 2 authentication from Moodle 3.3. Users can now link their Moodle and Google or Microsoft accounts, and if they are authenticated on their mobile device, log in will only take a click.
- Support for New Course Overview from Moodle 3.3.
This new release also includes the improvement of existing features:
- Search also includes Messaging.
- Discussions can be pinned from the app.
- Access to Resource descriptions available from the app.
- Enhanced Notifications control.
- UX and appearance improved.
- File management from external improvements.
An important, under-the-hood improvement for developers is the upgrade to back-end service Node.js 6.
If your institution uses the Moodle Mobile Branded app, ask your Moodle Partner the availability of your personalized Moodle Mobile 3.3 app.
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