The new feature, based on your requests, provides instructors a quicker way to get insights and manage their specific videos directly from the video view:
Clicking on the menu button will present all options, including dashboard access:
Clicking on the dashboard takes you to view the video preferences:
From this view you can:
When using a YouTube video with Kaltura player (V2), the player stops reporting the video timestamp, when clicking on the screen to play the video. The pause of the video timestamp reported by the player stops working, effecting different features of Annoto and Kaltura (as the time stamp is not progressing, even as the video continues to play).
The Annoto discussion enables an in-context discussion between all video viewers.
By default, when Comments are enabled, all video viewers can view the entire discussion.
When the new Mandatory Participation feature is enabled, users must post a comment before they can see comments of others.
Allow users to react on the video to increase engagement and get feedback. For Live/synchronous watching.
When enabled, moderators will not see who posted an anonymous comment
(Until now, only students could not see who post anonymously)
As part of our ongoing work to empower the online learning, we gave Annoto a new, cleaner look!
Now only the chosen tab is highlighted, in order to emphasize the space that is spotted at that moment (Comments/ People/ Personal Notes, etc.)
Want a quick preview? Can’t blame you… 😉
Remember the old widget?
Here’s a sneak peek to the new widget:
The presented spaces are, of course, the spaces that were set in the new Annoto Preferences* feature in the Annoto dashboard.
And the fun part is: you can already see the new look in your very own Annoto!