What are Privacy Settings? (Students)
Sometimes, students keep notes to themselves, whether they feel like the note they make might be common knowledge or, they just don't want to share. Omega Notes allows students to create notes with different privacy settings!
To change the privacy settings, open the template that lets you create a note:
At the top of the template, there is a privacy setting:
After clicking the grey box that says public a drop down menu will appear:
From here the user can choose a few different privacy settings:
Public- Everyone can see the note
Private- Only you can see the note
Group- Only people in your group can see your note
How to Create a Question (Students)
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Creating Notes in the Notebook (Students)
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Sorting Notes (Students)
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Making Group Notes (Students)
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The Voting System (Students)
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