Thanks again for your answer about the tracker. I am trying to formulate my propositions at Atto's.
This is very kind of you to point me in the right direction.
It might make Mary Evans laugh a bit, but I discovered that Microsoft in
its Sharepoint tool, uses almost exactly the same (unsatisfying)
procedure as Moodle. I really think I might make a Post in Medium about
In an earlier post you mentioned accessibility. There was something that made me disagree but I couldn't really point it out. If you allow me I will give it a try.
At the stage we are talking about, the user is not the student. The user trying to put a file in a page is the teacher.
So our concern should be about accessibility for teachers. How can a staff member with visual impairment upload a file with this complex process? I am not a specialist of vocal browser, but I guess that opening 3 or 4 different windows, with tens of buttons to be spelled aloud make this task a real challenge.
Actually, without impairment, I needed a map to do it. Which means that convincing the staff to use the tool is everyday a challenge when there is change resistance.
Of course, in a second stage, comes the important matter of accessibility for students, which indeed requires an understandable name or title for the link.
Again Dave, I really appreciate the time you took to answer and your fine suggestions.