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May 11, 2022

New release CodeGrade QuietStorm.1!

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This release has many updated features to help CodeGrade run as smoothly as possible! It is now possible to change the type of existing rubric categories, connect multiple GitLab and GitHub accounts, and view how many active students you have in a course, plus more.

Our latest release is packed with new features and updates!

It is now possible to change the type of existing rubric categories you have in an assignment. Categories can be changed even after grades have been assigned, or when they are in use by AutoTest. If you do this, existing grades will be migrated to the new category type. From now on, you can connect multiple GitLab and GitHub accounts to your CodeGrade account! This means you can use different accounts for different assignments.

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There are also minor updates coming with this new release too. Firstly, the number of active students, those who have made at least one submission, can now be viewed on the course management page, under the tab “Members”. Here, we can see the number of active students as well as the number of TAs. Secondly, when dividing submissions over TAs, the assigned grader can now be viewed on the submission page. When looking at a submission, the navigation bar will show “Graded by: _”. Finally, your preference for displaying whitespace in the Code Viewer will remain between sessions. Previously, you had to log out of your account once changing your preference. Now, this step is not needed and it is also possible to set a default value. As always, we look forward to adding even more features and ensuring CodeGrade runs as smoothly as possible!

Devin Hillenius

Devin Hillenius

Co-founder, Product Expert
Devin is co-founder and Product Expert at CodeGrade. During his studies Computer Science and work as a TA at the University of Amsterdam, he developed CodeGrade together with his co-founders to make their life easier. Devin supports instructors with their programming courses, focusing on both their pedagogical needs and innovative technical possibilities. He also hosts CodeGrade's monthly webinar.

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