The Tasklist Block is perfect for verifying that the learner has completed certain steps of a project, or tasks that take place outside of the course. For example...

  • Check off steps required for a project before submitting the final file.
  • Check off exercises done offline.
  • Check off required reading.
  • Check off hours of practice or volunteering.

A sample Tasklist Block: learner preview mode on the left, edit mode on the right

How to add a tasklist

  1. Create a new step on your course Path and open the step.
  2. Select "Interactive" then "Tasklist." You've added a Block to your step!
  3. Replace the template tasklist title and description with your own. Add all required items to your tasklist.
  4. Optionally add more Blocks. When finished, hit Publish.

👉Note: All items in a Tasklist Block series are required. To create a checklist with items that are optional, use a Checkboxes Block instead and don't select any "correct" answers.

Features

You can...

  • Add, edit, and delete tasks.
  • Require review or let the step autograde the response based on completion.
  • Receive notification when an answer is submitted and leave comments, a video, audio, or file in your response, and assign points (optional).

Learners can...

  • Check off all tasks in order to mark the step complete.
  • Depending on your choices in the step settings, learners can reset their response to take again. 
  • View points and feedback by email and in-app, when applicable.

FAQs

Q. How do I adjust points and grading notifications?
A. Open the step settings to adjust these settings and more for the step.

All Blocks enable you to...

  • Toggle between similar layouts.
  • Duplicate the Block to edit and reuse on the same step.
  • Reorder Blocks up and down the page.
  • Insert additional Blocks above or below.
  • Delete Blocks.
  • Preview the entire step as a learner.
  • Undo previous edits (Control+Z to undo your last edit to text, or click "Publish," then "Discard" to undo all edits since you last published the step).
  • Copy & paste the entire step or lesson and reuse in the same course or another course.

Learn more about Blocks.

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