Commit be6a1328 authored by Kristina Hoeppner's avatar Kristina Hoeppner
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Remove references to 'New in 21.04' and add 21.10 as reference

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#. **Accessible page layout**: :index:`Set <single: Page layout; Accessible page layout>` this option to 'Yes' if you navigate Mahara with a keyboard only or with a screenreader. It will allow you to create pages that you can navigate with the keyboard alone and not via drag-and-drop.
#. Click the *Save* button when you have finished making your changes.
.. note::
|new in Mahara 21.04| There is no need for device detection any more. The option was removed.
.. index::
single: Account; Delete account
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......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ A configuration variable needs to be written in the correct syntax in order to f
.. _config_variable_accesslistmaximum:
|New in Mahara 21.04| accesslistmaximum: Restrict number of access list rules
accesslistmaximum: Restrict number of access list rules
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
``$cfg->accesslistmaximum = 1;``
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......@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ Site settings
#. **Registration agreement**: If set to 'Yes', you force people to agree to the 'Terms and Conditions' before registration. You should edit your site's 'Terms and Conditions' page before enabling this option. You can do so under :ref:`Static pages <edit_site_pages>`.
#. **Require reason for masquerading**: If set to 'Yes', administrators will be required to enter a reason for :ref:`masquerading as another person <login_as>`. This will be logged, and if the setting 'Notify people of masquerading' is enabled, included in the notification to the account holder about the masquerading. This setting needs :ref:`logging <logging_settings>` to be turned on.
#. **Notify people of masquerading**: If set to 'Yes', account holders will be notified :ref:`when an administrator masqueraded as them <login_as>`. The notification will include who, when and - if enabled under 'Require reason for masquerading' - why. This setting needs :ref:`logging <logging_settings>` to be turned on.
#. |new in Mahara 21.04| **Allow comments by default**: :index:`By default <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Allow comments by default>`, comments are allowed on pages. You can set this to 'No' though if you want to require an explicit action from the portfolio author to allow comments on their portfolio as they need to allow comments in the 'Advanced options' when :ref:`sharing their portfolio <share_advanced_options>`.
#. **Allow comments by default**: :index:`By default <single: Comments; Allow comments by default>`, comments are allowed on pages. You can set this to 'No' though if you want to require an explicit action from the portfolio author to allow comments on their portfolio as they need to allow comments in the 'Advanced options' when :ref:`sharing their portfolio <share_advanced_options>`.
#. **Anonymous comments**: :index:`If allowed <single: Feedback; Anonymous feedback>`, logged-out people and people_overview without a login can leave comments on public pages or pages they can access via a secret URL.
#. **Access to site files**: :index:`If allowed, registered people will have access to site files in subfolders <single: Access to site files in subfolders>` of the folder 'public'. By default, only files directly in the folder 'public' are accessible to them.
#. **License metadata**: If allowed, people can choose under which license they want to make their content available. They can set a default license in their :ref:`account settings <account_settings>` and then decide for each artefact individually as well. An institution administrator can set the default license in the :ref:`institution settings <add_institution>`.
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#. **Enable MathJax**: :index:`If <single: MathJax support>` set to 'Yes', mathematics and science equations can be displayed nicely in Mahara pages. For more information on how to configure MathJax, see the *Help* icon next to the option.
#. **Sitemap**: If set to 'Yes', sitemap files from publicly accessible pages, groups and forum topics are generated that can be sent to another service.
.. note::
|new in Mahara 21.04| The 'Watchlist notification delay' moved to the :ref:`'Watchlist' plugin settings page <plugin_watchlist>`.
.. index:: Multiple institutions; Institution expiry; Auto-suspend expired institutions
pair: Administration; Institution settings
single: Site administrator; Institution settings
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#. **People can hide real names**: If allowed, people who have set a :ref:`display name <about_me>` may choose to be searchable only by their display name and will not be found in searches by their real name. In the administration section of the site, people are always searchable by their real names. An administrator (site and institution) always sees the display name, first and last name and username.
#. **Never display usernames**: :index:`If set <single: Account settings; Never display usernames>` to 'Yes', ordinary account holders cannot search for others using their username in 'Search for people' on the :ref:`dashboard <dashboard>` or via :ref:`'People' <people_overview>`. They will also not be able to see the username of any other person on the site. These restrictions do not apply to staff and administrators. Additionally, Clean URLs (if activated) for profile pages will be generated using display names (if provided) or real names, rather than usernames.
#. |new in Mahara 21.04| **Show student ID**: :index:`Display <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Show student ID in display name>` the student ID when the name of a person is displayed on the site. This can help, when knowing the student ID or another registration number is important to know by anybody using the site.
#. **Show student ID**: :index:`Display <single: Display name; Show student ID in display name>` the student ID when the name of a person is displayed on the site. This can help, when knowing the student ID or another registration number is important to know by anybody using the site.
#. **Allow anonymous pages**: :index:`If <single: Allow anonymous pages>` set to 'Yes', account holders can hide their name as the author of a page from others. Administrators and staff can still view authorship information by clicking on the 'Author's name hidden' link that will reveal the real name.
.. note::
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#. **Default account inactivity time**: If set, people who do not log in for this amount of time will be considered 'inactive' and will not be able to log in any more. This time may be specified in days, weeks, months, years or 'No end date'. If the latter option is chosen, people are not set to 'inactive' by default.
#. **Warning time for inactivity / expiry**: If set, a warning message will be sent to people this amount of time before their accounts are due to expire or become inactive. This time may be specified in days, weeks, months, years or 'No end date'. If the latter is chosen, people do not receive a warning before their account expires or they are flagged as having an inactive account.
.. note::
|new in Mahara 21.04| :index:`There <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Removed device detection>` is no need for device detection any more. The option was removed.
.. index::
pair: Administration; Access settings
......@@ -879,7 +873,7 @@ Once you are done creating your site portfolios, you can :ref:`share them with o
.. note::
:index:`When somebody leaves feedback <single: Feedback notification for site pages and artefacts>` on a site page or artefact, the site administrators receive a notification.
|new in Mahara 21.04| Create template portfolios efficiently
Create template portfolios efficiently
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
:index:`You <single: Site portfolios as templates>` often create site portfolios as templates to roll them out to everyone on your site. Alternatively, you could create rules to put templates into certain accounts at specific times. This option is currently only available through additional development work, but the foundations are available through the new template options.
......@@ -902,12 +896,12 @@ When you create a site collection, you can mark it as template.
#. **Cover image**: Click the *Add a file* button to select a cover image for your collection. It is displayed on the 'Pages and collections' overview page.
#. **SmartEvidence framework**: Select a framework if you want to create a competency portfolio. This option is only available if the site allows the use of SmartEvidence.
#. **Portfolio completion**: You can add the portfolio completion page as first page in your collection if it is enabled on the site level. It can be used as alternative to SmartEvidence or in conjunction with it.
#. |new in Mahara 21.04| **Template**: :index:`If <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Turn entire site collection into a template>` this collection is a template, you can mark it as such. Automatically, the properties of pages you add to the collection are changed:
#. **Template**: :index:`If <single: Template; Turn entire site collection into a template>` this collection is a template, you can mark it as such. Automatically, the properties of pages you add to the collection are changed:
* All pages within the collection are turned into template pages, i.e. portfolio authors who copy the collection won't be able to change the instructions, and the original template page is linked.
* The switch 'Prevent removing of blocks' is set to 'Yes'. However, it can be set to 'No' by the portfolio authors for individual pages as needed if they do want to remove blocks.
#. |new in Mahara 21.04| **Current auto-copied template**: :index:`You <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Create auto-copied site collection template>` can turn a template into an auto-copied template for an institution. That means that the collection is automatically:
#. **Current auto-copied template**: :index:`You <single: Template; Create auto-copied site collection template>` can turn a template into an auto-copied template for an institution. That means that the collection is automatically:
* shared with the institution 'No institution', which is the site level,
* copying permissions are set to allow copying and to place a copy into new accounts that are added to 'No institution' rather than an actual institution on the site.
......@@ -919,7 +913,7 @@ When you create a site collection, you can mark it as template.
This option may not seem to be so useful at the moment as you can still override its sharing options and also make other portfolios still available as templates. Where this option is useful is when you decide which portfolio is automatically copied into an account based on certain rules or account properties when you have a recertification portfolio where certain account holders need to receive a new portfolio every year. Currently, this is only possible through additional development work, but allows you to create complex sharing rules for portfolios that need to be used by large groups of people in an organisation.
|New in Mahara 21.04| Portfolios that are automatically copied into new accounts are created based on a cron job, which runs every minute, to prevent the system slowing down when lots of portfolios need to be created at once.
Portfolios that are automatically copied into new accounts are created based on a cron job, which runs every minute, to prevent the system slowing down when lots of portfolios need to be created at once.
#. **Next: Edit collection pages**: Add pages to your collection.
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......@@ -299,24 +299,20 @@ You can limit the number of characters that are allowed for :ref:`wall <wall>` p
.. index::
pair: Plugins - configurable; Watchlist
single: New in Mahara 21.04; Moved 'watchlist' settings
.. _plugin_watchlist:
Blocktype: Watchlist
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.. note::
|new in Mahara 21.04| This setting moved to the *Plugin administration* from the *Site options* where it could be found prior to Mahara 21.04.
You can limit the number of characters that are allowed for :ref:`wall <wall>` posts in this configuration setting. Existing posts will not be changed.
Set the delay in minutes until watchlist notifications are sent. This prevents that too many notifications are sent when lots of changes are made within a short time frame.
.. figure:: /images/administration/plugin_watchlist.*
:alt: Configure the watchlist settings
Configure the watchlist settings
#. **Watchlist notification delay**: This is the delay in minutes until watchlist notifications are sent. This prevents that too many notifications are sent when lots of changes are made within a short time frame. Default setting: 20.
#. **Watchlist notification delay**: Set the delay in minutes. Default setting: 20.
#. Click the *Save* button to keep your changes.
.. index::
......@@ -529,7 +525,7 @@ For profile information you can decide which fields someone must provide and whi
#. **Searchable fields**: Select the fields that can be searched on by others. Certain fields cannot be deselected.
#. **Administration people search**: Select the fields that you want to display in the *People search* table. The fields you select here are not exported to the CSV file though.
#. |new in Mahara 21.04| **Default comment permissions**: :index:`You <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Set default comment permissions for 'Notes'>` can decide which artefacts shall have comments enabled per default. Currently, only 'Notes' are available. The default comment permissions for files are set in the :ref:`plugin settings for files <file_comments>`.
#. **Default comment permissions**: :index:`You <single: Comments; Set default comment permissions for 'Notes'>` can decide which artefacts shall have comments enabled per default. Currently, only 'Notes' are available. The default comment permissions for files are set in the :ref:`plugin settings for files <file_comments>`.
.. note::
Use the *Select all* and *Select none* buttons to select all profile fields at once or to clear your selection respectively.
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#. **Default quota**: You can set the amount of file quota new members registering with this institution shall have.
#. **Update account quotas**: Switch to 'Yes' if you want to apply the default quota you choose above to all existing institution members.
#. **Allow public institution portfolios**: Switch to 'Yes' if you want to allow members belonging to this institution to create portfolio pages and collections that are accessible to the public rather than only to registered people. If you allow public pages, members can also create secret URLs for their pages. Otherwise they cannot.
#. |new in Mahara 21.04| **Allow peers to see portfolio content**: :index:`Per <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Allow peers to see portfolio content>` default, account holders who have the 'Peer' role on a portfolio do not see the content on portfolio pages, allowing for a blind review. This setting can change that though for any portfolio by an account holder who is a member of this institution.
#. **Allow peers to see portfolio content**: :index:`Per <single: Peer assessment; Allow peers to see portfolio content>` default, account holders who have the 'Peer' role on a portfolio do not see the content on portfolio pages, allowing for a blind review. This setting can change that though for any portfolio by an account holder who is a member of this institution.
.. seealso::
Peers can give a peer assessment via the :ref:`'Peer assessment' block <peer_assessment_block>`.
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.. note::
:index:`When somebody leaves comments <single: Comments; Comment notification for institution pages and artefacts>` on an institution page or artefact, the institution and site administrators receive a notification.
|new in Mahara 21.04| Create template portfolios efficiently
Create template portfolios efficiently
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
:index:`You <single: Institution portfolios as templates>` often create institution portfolios as templates to roll them out to everyone in your institution. Alternatively, you could create rules to put templates into certain accounts at specific times. This option is currently only available through additional development work, but the foundations are available through the new template options.
:index:`You <single: Template; Institution portfolios as templates>` often create institution portfolios as templates to roll them out to everyone in your institution. Alternatively, you could create rules to put templates into certain accounts at specific times. This option is currently only available through additional development work, but the foundations are available through the new template options.
When you create an institution collection, you can mark it as template.
......@@ -1267,12 +1267,12 @@ When you create an institution collection, you can mark it as template.
#. **Cover image**: Click the *Add a file* button to select a cover image for your collection. It is displayed on the 'Pages and collections' overview page.
#. **SmartEvidence framework**: Select a framework if you want to create a competency portfolio. This option is only available if the institution allows the use of SmartEvidence.
#. **Portfolio completion**: You can add the portfolio completion page as first page in your collection if it is enabled on the institution level. It can be used as alternative to SmartEvidence or in conjunction with it.
#. |new in Mahara 21.04| **Template**: :index:`If <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Turn entire institution collection into a template>` this collection is a template, you can mark it as such. Automatically, the properties of pages you add to the collection are changed:
#. **Template**: :index:`If <single: Template; Turn entire institution collection into a template>` this collection is a template, you can mark it as such. Automatically, the properties of pages you add to the collection are changed:
* All pages within the collection are turned into template pages, i.e. portfolio authors who copy the collection won't be able to change the instructions, and the original template page is linked.
* The switch 'Prevent removing of blocks' is set to 'Yes'. However, it can be set to 'No' by the portfolio authors for individual pages as needed if they do want to remove blocks.
#. |new in Mahara 21.04| **Current auto-copied template**: :index:`You <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Create auto-copied institution collection template>` can turn a template into an auto-copied template for an institution. That means that the collection is automatically:
#. **Current auto-copied template**: :index:`You <single: Template; Auto-copied institution collection template>` can turn a template into an auto-copied template for an institution. That means that the collection is automatically:
* shared with the institution,
* copying permissions are set to allow copying and to place a copy into new institution members' accounts.
......@@ -1284,7 +1284,7 @@ When you create an institution collection, you can mark it as template.
This option may not seem to be so useful at the moment as you can still override its sharing options and also make other portfolios still available as templates. Where this option is useful is when you decide which portfolio is automatically copied into an account based on certain rules or account properties when you have a recertification portfolio where certain account holders need to receive a new portfolio every year. Currently, this is only possible through additional development work, but allows you to create complex sharing rules for portfolios that need to be used by large groups of people in an organisation.
|New in Mahara 21.04| Portfolios that are automatically copied into new accounts are created based on a cron job, which runs every minute, to prevent the system slowing down when lots of portfolios need to be created at once.
Portfolios that are automatically copied into new accounts are created based on a cron job, which runs every minute, to prevent the system slowing down when lots of portfolios need to be created at once.
#. **Next: Edit collection pages**: Add pages to your collection.
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.. note::
If you enable this option without also enabling the option 'Allow copying', your existing members will not be able to make a copy of the page(s) or collection(s) themselves if they need another one.
|new in Mahara 21.04| :index:`The <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Portfolio copies are put into queue and copied based on cron job>` institution portfolios are not copied into newly created accounts immediately, but they are placed into a queue. When the cron runs next, the queue is reduced. This cron job runs every minute. This method was chosen because there could be many copies placed into accounts, which would slow down the system. Hence, the cron job to do the copying in smaller chunks.
:index:`The <single: Template; Portfolio copies are queued and copied based on cron job>` institution portfolios are not copied into newly created accounts immediately, but they are placed into a queue. When the cron runs next, the queue is reduced. This cron job runs every minute. This method was chosen because there could be many copies placed into accounts, which would slow down the system. Hence, the cron job to do the copying in smaller chunks.
#. Click the *Save* button at the bottom of the page to save your changes.
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......@@ -337,7 +337,7 @@ This block is a default block on the group homepage. You can display pages and c
.. note::
When you choose this option, you also see which regular members have not yet submitted a portfolio to the group. This is helpful in particular in large groups with lots of portfolio submissions.
|new in Mahara 21.04| :index:`Group <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Exclude group tutors and administrators from 'Members without submissions'>` tutors and group administrators are not displayed though as they are not expected to submit portfolios.
:index:`Group <single: Group; Exclude group tutors and administrators from 'Members without submissions'>` tutors and group administrators are not displayed though as they are not expected to submit portfolios.
#. **Sort submitted pages and collections by**: Choose in which order to display :index:`pages <single: Group portfolios; Sort submitted pages and collections>` and collections submitted to the group. 'Alphabetical' is the default option, but you can also display them based on when they were last updated.
#. **Entries per page**: Choose the maximum number of pages or collections you wish to see on the group homepage for the above before a paginator is displayed. You can display a maximum of 100 items per category.
......@@ -413,7 +413,7 @@ The *Latest changes I can view* block displays the latest portfolios to which yo
.. note::
This block can only be used on your dashboard.
|new in Mahara 21.04| :index:`You decide <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Decide which portfolios to display in block 'Latest changes I can view'>` which portfolios you want to see in this block based on how the portfolios were shared with you.
You decide which portfolios you want to see in this block based on how the portfolios were shared with you.
The site administrator sets the default in the :ref:`'Dashboard' template <site_pages>` for new account holders, but you can make changes on your own dashboard independently.
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#. **Block title**: The automatic title for this block is 'Latest changes I can view'. You can set another one if you wish.
#. **Maximum number of results to show**: Decide how many pages and collections shall be shown on your dashboard. You can choose between 1 and 100.
#. |new in Mahara 21.04| **Shared with**: Decide which portfolios from other people you want to see on your dashboard. Per default, you see portfolios shared with you personally, with you as a friend, and with you as a group member.
#. **Shared with**: Decide which portfolios from other people you want to see on your dashboard. Per default, you see portfolios shared with you personally, with you as a friend, and with you as a group member.
#. **Retractable**: Choose whether you want to allow viewers to reduce the block to its heading on a page or see just the heading without the block content automatically. The options are:
* **No**: The block and its content is displayed at all times.
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.. note::
If the page is in a collection that contains pages that don't have the peer assessment block, the peer assessor doesn't see any content on those pages but the notice 'You cannot see the content on this page because it does not require a peer assessment.'
#. |new in Mahara 21.04| Open feedback: The peer assessor can see the entire content of the portfolio.
#. Open feedback: The peer assessor can see the entire content of the portfolio.
The type of feedback depends on the institution setting :ref:`'Allow peers to see portfolio content' <add_institution>`.
......@@ -793,11 +793,10 @@ Display your plans in a block.
.. index::
pair: Blocks; Portfolio review
single: General block; Portfolio review
single: New in Mahara 21.04; Portfolio review block
.. _portfolio_review_block:
|new in Mahara 21.04| Portfolio review
Portfolio review
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
:fonticon:`fas fa-certificate fa-border fa-2x`
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* An index entry should be created for each section.
* New features receive an index entry as well in the form 'single: New in Mahara x, [the functionality that is new]'. Index entries can be placed either above an entire section or inline. Inline is preferable for small functional changes so that readers are directly taken to the new functionality. This can be done like so:
| ``:index:`Decide on the sort order <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Sort order of files in the 'Folder' block>```
| ``:index:`Decide on the sort order <single: New in Mahara 21.10; Sort order of files in the 'Folder' block>```
.. warning::
If there is not a punctuation mark just before ':index:' and/or after '>`', you have to insert a space just before ':index:' and/or after '>`'.
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.. note::
The archive is made at the point of the release of a portfolio.
#. |new in Mahara 21.04| **Access archive of submissions**: :index:`Group <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Archive of submissions in group>` administrators can view a report displaying all submissions that have been made to the group. They can download the submissions, and also download a CSV file with information on where to find the archives on the server.
#. **Access archive of submissions**: :index:`Group <single: Submission; Archive of submissions in group>` administrators can view a report displaying all submissions that have been made to the group. They can download the submissions, and also download a CSV file with information on where to find the archives on the server.
#. **Hide group**: Switch this option to 'Yes' if you do not want to list this group on the :ref:`Groups <groups>` page.
#. **Hide membership**: You can hide members of the group from non-members. Decide whether to hide:
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.. include:: shortcuts.rstext
Mahara 21.04 manual
Mahara 21.10 manual
==================================
This is the manual for Mahara 21.04, which was released on 30 April 2021. When you see the 'New in Mahara 21.04' icon |new in Mahara 21.04|, a feature was introduced in Mahara 21.04 or changed from Mahara 20.10.
This is the manual for Mahara 21.10, which will be released in October 2021. When you see the 'New in Mahara 21.10' icon |new in Mahara 21.10|, a feature was introduced in Mahara 21.10 or changed from Mahara 21.04.
.. note::
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.. _new:
What's new in Mahara 21.04?
What's new in Mahara 21.10?
-------------------------------------------------------
Mahara is being improved from version to version. On this page, you see the **highlights** for the latest release of Mahara.
.. raw:: html
.. .. raw:: html
..
.. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/qaiO-jguGbA" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/qaiO-jguGbA" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
You can see a `list of all new features on Launchpad <https://bugs.launchpad.net/mahara/+bugs?field.searchtext=&orderby=-importance&field.status%3Alist=FIXCOMMITTED&field.status%3Alist=FIXRELEASED&field.milestone%3Alist=91379&field.tag=newfeature>`_ or check out the features via the |new in Mahara 21.04| 'New in Mahara 21.04' `index entries <genindex.html#N>`_.
You can see a `list of all new features on Launchpad <https://bugs.launchpad.net/mahara/+bugs?field.searchtext=&orderby=-importance&field.status%3Alist=FIXCOMMITTED&field.status%3Alist=FIXRELEASED&field.milestone%3Alist=92879&field.tag=newfeature&&search=Search>`_ or check out the features via the |new in Mahara 21.10| 'New in Mahara 21.10' `index entries <genindex.html#N>`_.
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#. **Page description**: Write a brief description summarising your objective of this page. It will appear on the page itself.
.. note::
|new in Mahara 21.04| :index:`The <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Page description not displayed on page>` page description is not displayed on the page itself any more, but rather used on the 'Pages and collections' overview page and on the 'Portfolio completion' page.
The page description is not displayed on the page itself any more, but rather used on the 'Pages and collections' overview page and on the 'Portfolio completion' page.
If you used formatting options and images in your page description, this page description is turned into a block on your page so you don't lose that content. You can then add a short description into your page settings.
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|three dots expanded author|
* Click the *Copy* link |copy icon| to copy the page or collection.
* |New in Mahara 21.04| :index:`Click <single: New in Mahara 21.04; 'Manage access' link on a page>` the *Manage access* link |manage access icon| to change the access permissions for the page or collection.
* Click the *Manage access* link |manage access icon| to change the access permissions for the page or collection.
* Click the *Print* link |print icon| to open the print dialogue. Using this print functionality, your portfolio page is printed in the current layout, with collapsed blocks or artefacts uncollapsed so you can see their content. Note: Links are not yet active and linked files or embedded media are not accessible.
* Click the *Delete* link |delete icon| to delete your page.
* Click the *Timeline* link |timeline icon| to view previous versions of your portfolio. This icon is only visible when you saved your page to your timeline.
......@@ -557,10 +557,10 @@ You can view a page to check what it looks like when somebody else sees it. Go t
* Click the *Copy* link |copy icon| to copy the page or collection. This option is only available if the portfolio author allowed copying.
* Click the *Print* link |print icon| to open the print dialogue. Using this print functionality, your portfolio page is printed in the current layout, with collapsed blocks or artefacts uncollapsed so you can see their content easily. Note: Links are not yet active and linked files or embedded media are not accessible.
* |New in Mahara 21.04| :index:`Click <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Portfolio review statement reset>` the *Reset statement* link |report icon| to have one of the statements you confirmed on the portfolio completion page reset. This option is only available on the portfolio completion page if you confirmed a statement.
* Click the *Reset statement* link |report icon| to have one of the statements you confirmed on the portfolio completion page reset. This option is only available on the portfolio completion page if you confirmed a statement.
* Add or remove a page from your watchlist: Click the *Add page to watchlist* link |add to watchlist icon| if you want to be informed when changes are made to the page. When you make changes to the page or a block on the page, a notification is triggered and sent to anyone who is watching the page. This is also the case when you add a new journal entry to a journal that is displayed on your page even when you do not add the entry via the page. If you no longer wish to receive these notifications, remove the page from your watchlist by clicking the link *Remove page from watchlist* |remove from watchlist icon|.
* Click the *Report objectionable material* link |report icon| if a page contains offensive artefacts. You can report them to the administrator and provide an explanation why you think the content is offensive. Once you have reported the material, you see *Objectionable material reported* instead of *Report objectionable material*. This option is not available on the portfolio completion and SmartEvidence pages.
* |New in Mahara 21.04| :index:`Click <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Remove own access from somebody else's portfolio>` the *Remove access* link |delete icon| if you don't want to have access to the portfolio any more. The portfolio author will receive a notification, and you can provide a reason why you removed yourself from the portfolio. This link is only visible if the portfolio was shared with you directly. You don't see it if you have access because you are a member of a group, institution, the site, or the portfolio is public.
* Click the *Remove access* link |delete icon| if you don't want to have access to the portfolio any more. The portfolio author will receive a notification, and you can provide a reason why you removed yourself from the portfolio. This link is only visible if the portfolio was shared with you directly. You don't see it if you have access because you are a member of a group, institution, the site, or the portfolio is public.
* Click the *Timeline* link |timeline icon| if you want to view an older version of the page. This link is only visible if the portfolio author saved anything to the timeline.
#. The artefacts that you placed in the page.
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.. warning::
When you delete a **page**, :ref:`text blocks <text_block>` and :ref:`external content blocks <external_content>` are completely deleted. You cannot recover them. There is no revision history. Other artefacts are not deleted because they are stored in other parts of the site.
|new in Mahara 21.04| :index:`When <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Deleting collection deletes all pages>` you delete a **collection**, you also delete the pages within it.
When you delete a **collection**, you also delete the pages within it.
If you are allowed to delete a page, you see the *Delete this page* option |delete icon| in the *More options* button |three dots button| when you view your page directly.
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#. Before you continue deleting your portfolio, you may want to export it first so you have a copy in case you do need it later again. Click the export link to be taken to the options for the :ref:`export <export>`.
#. Click the *Yes* button if you want to continue with the portfolio deletion or *No* if you want to keep it.
|new in Mahara 21.04| The screen for deleting a collection looks similar.
The screen for deleting a collection looks similar.
.. figure:: /images/delete_collection.*
:alt: Warning when you attempt to delete a collection
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Notification with time frame in which portfolio is available
.. seealso::
|new in Mahara 21.04| A site administrator can restrict with how many people personal portfolios can be shared via a :ref:`config.php setting <config_variable_accesslistmaximum>`.
A site administrator can restrict with how many people personal portfolios can be shared via a :ref:`config.php setting <config_variable_accesslistmaximum>`.
.. index::
single: Share; Advanced options
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#. **From**: You can choose a start date and time from when the specific person or group of people shall have access to your selected pages / collections. You can type the date and time in the format YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM or click in the field to select the date and time.
#. **To**: You can choose an end date and time until when the specific person or group of people shall have access to your selected pages / collections. You can type the date and time in the format YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM or click in the field to select the date and time.
#. Click the *Delete* icon |delete| if you want to remove someone from the access list. |new in Mahara 21.04| :index:`A <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Notification when access is revoked for a person>` notification is sent to the person whose access you revoke once you save your changes.
#. Click the *Delete* icon |delete| if you want to remove someone from the access list. A notification is sent to the person whose access you revoke once you save your changes.
#. Click the *Save* button to keep your changes or click *Cancel* to abort the action.
.. note::
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#. Tags that are associated with the portfolio are displayed if there are any.
#. **Comments**: You see the number of comments on the portfolio.
#. **Last comment**: The beginning of the latest comment as well as its author and the date when the comment was left are displayed. By clicking on the comment, you can read it in its entirety.
#. |New in Mahara 21.04| **Completion**: :index:`If <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Portfolio completion information on 'Shared with me' page>` the portfolio contains a portfolio completion page, the overall percentage of sign-offs and verifications is displayed.
#. |New in Mahara 21.04| **Review**: :index:`If <single: New in Mahara 21.04; Primary statement confirmation information on 'Shared with me' page>` the portfolio completion page contains a primary statement, the status of its confirmation is displayed.
#. **Completion**: If the portfolio contains a portfolio completion page, the overall percentage of sign-offs and verifications is displayed.
#. **Review**: If the portfolio completion page contains a primary statement, the status of its confirmation is displayed.
* |no review| : The line icon indicates that you cannot yet confirm the primary statement on the portfolio, that there is no primary statement to confirm, or that you don't have permission to confirm it.
* |review outstanding| : The empty square icon indicates that you haven't yet confirmed the primary statement for this portfolio. Click the icon to be taken to the portfolio itself.
* |review completed| : The green checked square icon indicates that you confirmed the primary statement on this portfolio.
#. |New in Mahara 21.04| **Remove my access**: :index:`If <single: New in Mahara 21.04; 'Remove my access' option on 'Shared with me' page>` a portfolio was shared with you personally, you can remove your access permanently by clicking the *Remove my access* icon |delete icon|.
#. **Remove my access**: If a portfolio was shared with you personally, you can remove your access permanently by clicking the *Remove my access* icon |delete icon|.
.. note::
You can send the portfolio author a reason why you are removing yourself from their portfolio. They will receive a notification about it.
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.. |new in Mahara 21.10| image:: /images/newin21point10.*
.. |main menu| replace:: :fonticon:`fas fa-bars fa-fw fa-1x`
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