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  1. Moodle app
  2. MOBILE-2267

Allow user to edit forum posts

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    • New Feature
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Minor
    • 3.8.0
    • 3.4.0
    • Forum add-on
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      Using the master site, with one tablet and one phone of your choice.

      1. As an student, navigate into a forum.
      2. Enter a discussion and check posts have a contextual menu (more icon).
      3. Click on one not authored by you in the past and check there's no option available to do (it can show words count, but no edit/delete action).
      4. Reply or add a new post, and enter the discussion.
      5. Check you can edit the post during a while (depending on configuration, usually 30 min from post creation).
      6. Edit, save changes and check the results. (attach some files).
      7. Now enter same forum as teacher.
      8. Check contextual menu has an edit option on posts from students and yours.
      9. Edit one, save changes and check the results. (attach some files).
      10. Check the page is reloaded and the post is edited.

      Test 2:

      1. Enter a discussion again and find a post not written by you. It should also have a contextual menu (more icon).
      2. Click on the contextual menu, you'll see an option to open the post in the browser
      3. Click on that option and check that the post is opened in the browser and the user is automatically logged in
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      Using the master site, with one tablet and one phone of your choice. As an student, navigate into a forum. Enter a discussion and check posts have a contextual menu (more icon). Click on one not authored by you in the past and check there's no option available to do (it can show words count, but no edit/delete action). Reply or add a new post, and enter the discussion. Check you can edit the post during a while (depending on configuration, usually 30 min from post creation). Edit, save changes and check the results. (attach some files). Now enter same forum as teacher. Check contextual menu has an edit option on posts from students and yours. Edit one, save changes and check the results. (attach some files). Check the page is reloaded and the post is edited. Test 2: Enter a discussion again and find a post not written by you. It should also have a contextual menu (more icon). Click on the contextual menu, you'll see an option to open the post in the browser Click on that option and check that the post is opened in the browser and the user is automatically logged in
    • MOODLE_34_STABLE
    • MOODLE_38_STABLE
    • Moodle App 3.8.0

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      allow user to edit forum posts from moodle mobile.

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              pferre22 Pau Ferrer
              sdnyanesh Dnyanesh
              Dani Palou Dani Palou
              Juan Leyva Juan Leyva
              Isabel Renedo Rouco Isabel Renedo Rouco
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