Review from Wong Lap Him
Mr Mikhail Rakovshi This apps is too fking complicated it take 55 mins for u to know how to open this apps
It's really basic and loses a ton of functionality from the web version. The most glaring is the fact that you can't navigate a thread by a timeline like you can with the web page. This leads to you not being able to figure out what replies were new and what order they were posted in. It's okay for quick look ups of posts, but pretty terrible for posting and following along a long thread. Also doesn't respect the rotation of the device, so on tablets it can't work in landscape mode. Edit: PLEASE DISABLE ORIENTATION OVERRIDE. I installed an app to force the app into landscape mode and it worked fine, so there's no reason for the app to override the rotation.
I have no problem using Piazza on a computer and I've already got my enrolled coures setup correctly. Thought it might be convenient to have a phone app but I didn't figure out how to log in and find my courses. Update: I decided to give it another try and finally logged in. It's a little confusing about which email/password to use as it's so tight ly integrated with canvas.
The Android app is significantly limited in functionality vs the web interface. Can't manage class, add/remove students or edit resource titles. Only good for Q & A. Not sure if it's worth it.
It's good. Until I updated to Oreo (pixel, 8.0.0). Just freezes when i try to launch the app.
I installed it and it seems like only students and instructors can use it. Software developers are not allowed to use it. Q&A session shouldn't be limited to only students and instructors. The scope seems to be limited, if i'm not wrong.
I am using it constantly and some people r mostly posting anonymously and can someone help me find who are they and how to find anonymously post
New to v3.0.5:
* Fixed bug where occasionally posts appearing in a course's feed actually belonged to a different class