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Organize your texts with labels

If the number of assignments in your Workspace is adding up, use labels to organize those assignments. Assignments can be tagged with multiple labels, making it a flexible organization system. You can also pin the labels you use frequently to quickly access those labeled texts. 

Note: Your students are able to see and filter their classroom reading assignments using your labels. Your labels can even serve as a model as they think about labeling their research texts. 


Add labels

STEP 1: Click on “Workspace” and Choose “Labels”, then "Add labels".

STEP 2: Select the texts you'd like to label. Then click “Next”, located at the top right side of the screen.

STEP 3: Type in the labels that you want to apply to this text. Add multiple labels by pressing "enter" between labels. Finish by clicking “Save”. 

The item's labels will then be updated. You can add additional labels at a later time or remove labels as needed. 


Remove labels

If you want to remove any of the labels you created you can do that easily. 

STEP 1: Open the label menu, then click “Remove labels”

STEP 2: Select the label you want to remove and select “REMOVE”. 

The label will be removed immediately from the text tiles of all assignments it was put on. 


Pin labels

If you ever want to quickly access labeled texts, you can pin labels to your Workspace.

STEP 1: Open the label menu, then click “Manage pinned labels”. 

STEP 2: The popup will show all labels of texts in your Workspace. pick the ones you'd like to pin.

STEP 3: Click Done. After that, you'll see the label you've pinned at the top of your Workspace.

STEP 4: You can select a label, and it will filter your Workspace to only show texts with that label.


Organize assignments for students

When you label an assignment as a teacher, students can see the label. This allows students to filter their assignments by label.

As a student:

STEP 1: Open the label menu

STEP 2: Select a label from the dropdown. (We'll pick "Group A" as an example)Image title

STEP 2: Students assignments are now filtered on the label you selected (Group A in this example)Image title

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