Audience: ClassLink Administrator, Instructor, Student
With your feedback, ClassLink My Apps has received a visual overhaul. Every feature from edit mode to the app library has been polished. New features include the ability to favorite apps, different themes, and much more.
There is now a bar at the bottom of the page with shortcuts to common sections of My Apps like Analytics, Management Console, Roster Server, My Files, My Analytics, Notes and Teacher Console/My Backpack.
ClassLink My Apps now has a Favorites Bar where you can place all of your most-used apps. Simply right-click on an app and click "Add to Favorites."
Favorited apps will have a star added to them and will appear on the bar at the bottom of the page, to the right of the shortcuts.
New Edit Mode
The new edit mode is now located on the top left of the bar.
Edit mode in the Professional theme can be accessed on the left side bar.
It now allows you to change Themes, Font Styles, Palette (formerly called themes), Wallpaper (if allowed), in addition to the app size. New folders can also be made from this menu.
There are now three themes to select from either Edit Mode or under My Profile -> Themes.
Default is a refreshed look of the old My Apps.
Primary is a simplified look geared towards younger users.
Professional is a theme for those who wish for a sleeker, more minimalist appearance.
High Contrast Mode
A High Contrast mode has been added to make My Apps easier to use for the visually impaired.
It can be toggled from the side bar, and is compatible with all themes.
High Contrast mode can also be turned on from My Profile -> Themes
Refreshed App Library
The app library has a refreshed look. Categories are now on the left side, and the app list is no longer paginated.
Apps can now have tags added to them. To add a tag, either right-click an app and select Add Tag from the App Tags menu or click the Tag icon in the Search Bar in top right side of the page and click Add Tag. To tag an app, right click the app you wish to tag and then select a tag from the App Tags section. Filtering by tags is done by clicking the Tag icon in the Search Bar, then selecting a tag to filter by.
Tags can also be deleted in the same manner by choosing the Edit icon that appears when hovering over the tag name.