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  1. Moodle UX 4.0
  2. UX-122

Ability to change the activity type after content has been added

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    • Type: New Feature
    • Status: Planning
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 4.0
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: 4.0
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      Description

      Title: Ability to change the activity type after content has been added

      As a teacher,
      I need to be able to change the activity type after I have added content
      So that I do not lose all the content and have to start over.

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      Acceptance Criteria:
      Please explain what has to be done for the user story to be marked as complete. They’re commonly referred to as scenarios or detailed explanations of what has to be done. You can have multiple scenarios per user story.

      Scenario A:
      I should be able to change the activity type, after I have added content and see the same content in the new activity.

       

      Priority: SML / *LRG*

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      Notes:
      A teacher needs to be able to change the activity type after they have added content and not lose their content and have to start again.
      Currently: Copy paste is a workaround which increases the number of clicks for the task
      I am not sure what the idea is. Enable copy-past? I think that is already possible. 

      May need to limit to a group of activities that can hold similar content? Before we do this it would be good to get an idea of the most often-used activities.

       

      Document links:

      *+https://tracker.moodle.org/browse/MDL-67956+*

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            Assignee:
            hina Hina Khan
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            hina Hina Khan
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