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Copy/paste or Drag and drop images directly into assessment questions

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It would save many steps if an image can be dragged directly into an assessment question or the use of the copy paste feature. Currently they must be saved and then attached as a file.  This causes me to have a pile of images saved on my desktop that I then have to attach to the question.

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    Charles Black Official comment

    Hey Deborah!!

    We are happy to let you know that we have completed work on our new Assessment Image uploader which includes drag-and-drop functionality!

    For more details, visit: Assessment Question Authoring Enhancements: Image Upload.

    Charles
    Knowledge Management & Community Specialist
    Schoology, Inc.

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    James O Simon

    I agree. I have to label each image and use subfolders to keep track of where they go in a given assessment. Problem is, this will discourage users because of time consumption and level of difficulty.

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    Katie Semmerling

    Will the drag/drop feature be added to the Test/Quiz section anytime in the very immediate future?! There is so much clicking involved in adding an image in the Test/Quiz section, and with the eLearning initiative that is currently occurring in our nation, the more time that can be saved, the better!

    (I have explored using the Assessment Image Uploader, but for my task, the formatting/set-up of Test/Quiz works better for what I need.)

    It would even be easier if I could copy/paste an image directly. (i.e. When using Microsoft's "Snipping Tool," it would be ideal to snip, copy, and paste directly into Schoology vs. having to save the image and upload.)

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