Software update 8 October 2009
To prevent pages and dashboards from being overfilled with content blocks, itslearning has been updated with a change that limits the number of content blocks. You are now allowed to have 20 active content blocks. But don’t worry – we have not deleted anything. If you cannot see all of your content blocks after this update, some of them have simply been deactivated. However, you can reactivate them at any time.
To reactivate a content block, deactivate one of your active content blocks by clicking the X in the topmost corner of the content block.
Then click Add content block >> Reactivate content block.
Select a deactivated content block from the drop-down list and click OK to reactivate it.
Did you know?
Cut & paste: Did you know that you can move a content block from one dashboard to another? Use the scissors icon to cut the content block you want to move. Enter another dashboard, click 'Add content block' and then 'Paste files'. The content block is now cut from the first dashboard and pasted into the other.
Drag & drop: You can also drag and drop the content blocks around the page. Place the mouse cursor on the blue header of the content block, left click, drag it to the desired location, and drop it by releasing the button. Not all users have this opportunity, but it is always possible on My dashboard.
Note: This update only applies to the customers that have enabled dashboards and pages.
Posted on Thu, October 8, 2009
by Øyvind Flatnes