We are trying to convert our existing Assignments to Turnitin Assignments (turnitin 2).
There is no "Additional files" section, which is a big pain as we need to always include two-three documents per assignment.
From Googling around this was easy to get around in TinyMCE as the Link button allowed all sorts of settings.
But in the Atto editor the link button has none of these options.
How can I enable a user to be able to add a File so that it appears as a file in the assignment summary?
My work around so far is to click "link" select from the repositories, then click the "create link" button and then show advanced buttons and then click the "HTML" button and then manually edit the A HREF. This process is too technical for our operators.
The resulting link is not pretty and ideally wants to look the same as a standard Moodle Assignment "Additional Files"