The next release is planned on the 26th of July and will contain the following: 

  • Configuring student contributions in Interactive Document, -Video, and -Audio
  • Help Center
  • Reviewer anonymity feature in Peer Review and Group Member Evaluation (beta, feature flagged)
  • Overall improvements and bug-fixes 

Configuring student contributions in Interactive Document, -Video, and -Audio
You can now set what types of contributions students can make in Interactive Document, -Video, and -Audio assignments. In previous versions, students could add practice questions and comments to these assignments. Since practice questions also require whoever asks them to enter a correct answer, this feature was sometimes considered confusing. In the next release, you can specify what types of contributions students can make to multimedia assignments.

Help Center
User manuals and other documentation for FeedbackFruits' tools have been reworked in a major way. Rather than having a monolithic user manual for each tool, we have divided the manuals up into separate articles. The articles are categorised into *collections* explaining how to create and configure assignments. Separate articles from teachers' and students' perspective show the tools in action. We hope that this makes it easier for teachers and students to find the information they need.

The Help Center is fully searchable, making it even easier to find the information that's relevant to you. When you click on the green intercom button to contact our help desk, you will automatically see suggestions for articles that might answer your question. Of course our support desk remains happy as ever to answer any questions you may have!

The help center can be found at help.feedbackfruits.com, we will add more articles as we finish writing them!

Feature flagged functionality

The following features are released as beta-functionality. They are feature flagged, meaning that they are not available yet for all users. If you are interested in helping us validating and testing these features, please contact us


Reviewer anonymity feature in Peer Review and Group Member Evaluation (beta, feature flagged)

With this option enabled, students will not be able to see who reviewed them in a Group Member Evaluation or Peer Review assignment. The reviewer's name is replaced by a color and a fruit, tasty!
Reviewers can still see whom they are reviewing. Teachers can also see who wrote what about whom at all times, so reviewers can always be called to account for what they write. 

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