We’re nearly through November, and we wanted to share Space’s latest improvements and updates. Check out what they’ve been up to this month:

Enhancements

  • Within the iOS and Android mobile apps, you'll now have the ability to add up to 3 photos to a post from your device's camera roll.

  • The Curriculum Goals & Tags filter panel order has been updated to descending order of # of matching posts. Your most used Curriculum Tags will bubble up to the top giving you more actionable insight into which Tags are most used in your classroom.

Visual Updates

  • A more visually engaging post creation screen. Helping students and teachers to better discern between our media offerings.


  • Activity creation will now take up even more room within your screen. Allowing you more room to craft your Activity instructions!

Usability Updates

  • If you have more than one class, you'll be directed to the classes dashboard where you can select between your classes. Previously, you were pushed to your most recent active classroom.

  • The Curriculum Tags side panel will now stay closed if you minimize it. Previously, it would open back up when you went back to your class feed.


  • Instead of being prompted to select a media option on post creation, we'll now take you directly to the post creation screen to help streamline the post creation process and make it even faster!

  • For students, we've updated the tabs within the Activity section to Assigned and Submitted (Previously Completed). As students submit their Activities, they will now be stored in the Submitted tab. Removing additional clutter to the Assigned tab which was confusing students.

Stay tuned for more information on our upcoming releases. For the latest updates, check out our Public Product Roadmap. Here, you can submit ideas or add your thoughts to any of the existing Roadmap items.

If you’re interested in learning more about SpacesEDU Pro features for your school or district, don’t hesitate to contact us - [email protected].

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