I accidentally, promoted a student to the next level in the student application...

I accidentally, promoted a student to the next level in the student application; when the student logged-in the work he had completed was deleted! Yikes! I think this a long shot, But... Is there anyway to capture the work he had completed or is it lost forever? Thanks for any information that you can share with me.

By lsunde
Posted on: February 04 2020
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  • AskDee

    I have not found that the work previously was lost. What is lost is anything at a Level that was not completed. If that is what you mean, I would mark that Level on that particular Topic as completed and put the student in the next Segment at the Level you want. I would not make the student start that particular Segment over again. If that doesn't make sense to you, write me directly at AskDee@sbcglobal.net. Ask Dee at the Community

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