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to give or allocate; allot: to assign rooms at a hotel.
to give out or announce as a task: to assign homework.
to appoint, as to a post or duty: to assign one to guard duty.
to designate; name; specify: to assign a day for a meeting.
to ascribe; attribute; bring forward: to assign a cause.
Law . to transfer: to assign a contract.
Military . to place permanently on duty with a unit or under a commander.
Law . to transfer property, especially in trust or for the benefit of creditors.
Usually assigns. Law . a person to whom the property or interest of another is or may be transferred; assignee : my heirs and assigns.
Origin of assign
Synonym study for assign, other words for assign, other words from assign.
- as·sign·er; Chiefly Law . as·sign·or [ uh -sahy- nawr , as- uh - nawr ], /ə saɪˈnɔr, ˌæs əˈnɔr/, noun
- mis·as·sign, verb
- non·as·signed, adjective
- pre·as·sign, verb (used with object)
- pre·as·signed, adjective
- re·as·sign, verb (used with object)
- self-as·signed, adjective
- un·as·signed, adjective
- well-as·signed, adjective
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How to use assign in a sentence
It will require face coverings at all times, assign seating in socially distanced pods and issue digital tickets.
So they tried to have the unassigned lands legally declared open to homesteaders.
Captain Payne personally led several expeditions of colonists into the unassigned lands.
From some unassigned reason, wolves have increased of late years in the wild forests of north-eastern Maine.
They could find no room for Mrs. Jaynes, until it was remembered that there was an unassigned dormitory room at Dare Hall.
They were suffered to become betrothed, but for some unassigned reason their marriage was forbidden.
British Dictionary definitions for assign
/ ( əˈsaɪn ) /
to select for and appoint to a post, etc : to assign an expert to the job
to give out or allot (a task, problem, etc) : to assign advertising to an expert
to set apart (a place, person, time, etc) for a particular function or event : to assign a day for the meeting
to attribute to a specified cause, origin, or source; ascribe : to assign a stone cross to the Vikings
to transfer (one's right, interest, or title to property) to someone else
(also intr) law (formerly) to transfer (property) to trustees so that it may be used for the benefit of creditors
military to allocate (men or materials) on a permanent basis : Compare attach (def. 6)
computing to place (a value corresponding to a variable) in a memory location
law a person to whom property is assigned; assignee
Derived forms of assign
- assignable , adjective
- assignability , noun
- assignably , adverb
- assigner , noun
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012
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Applies to editions of Google Workspace and other paid subscriptions in your Google Admin console.
In some cases, Google automatically assigns a license for a service to every user in your entire organization. In other cases, you can manually assign licenses to your entire organization, an organizational unit, a group of users, or an individual user. You can also turn on the option to automatically assign licenses to users.
You assign and manage licenses in 3 places in the Google Admin console:
- The Billing page—Use to assign licenses to all users in your organization or an uploaded list of users or to set up automatic licensing.
- The Users page—Useful for assigning licenses to multiple users, but not all users in your organization. You can manage licenses for multiple users using a CSV file .
- An individual user’s page—Good for managing a single user.
Assign and remove licenses
These steps are for assigning and removing user licenses. If you want to reduce your license count, see Reduce licenses instead.
You can assign a license to every user in your organization automatically from the License settings page.
- If you have multiple Google services or multiple subscriptions of the same service, you can only turn on automatic licensing for one service or subscription.
- If you choose to automatically assign licenses for a service to all users, you can’t remove an individual user’s license.
- If you have organizational units under your top-level organization, you can set automatic licensing options for specific organizational units .
- It can take up to 24 hours for an automatically assigned license to take effect.
Note: If you use Google Cloud Directory Sync, you must pick one way to automatically assign licenses—either the option in the Google Admin console described here or with Google Cloud Directory Sync .
Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in @gmail.com).
- Click to the service you want to assign licenses for.
- If you have multiple subscriptions of the same service, choose which subscription to use for automatic license assignment.
- Click Save .
- Next to each user’s name where you want to assign or remove a license, check the box.
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- Scroll down and click the user’s License section.
- Click any service to display the on/off switches in the Status column.
- Next to a service, in the Status column, click the switch to assign or remove a license.
You can assign licenses to multiple users when you use a CSV file to bulk add or update users:
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- Use the SKU IDs listed here: https://developers.google.com/admin-sdk/licensing/v1/how-tos/products .
A spreadsheet can include up to 200 existing users that are being assigned new licenses.
You can assign a licenses to a user only if the user does not already have a mutually exclusive license. For example, if you try to assign a Business Standard license to a user who already has a Business Starter license, the license reassignment fails.
You cannot revoke licenses by using a CSV file.
You can’t directly reassign a license for a Google service from one user to another. Instead, follow any of the procedures above to unassign the license from the original user and then assign it to the new user.
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- 1.1 Etymology
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English [ edit ]
Etymology [ edit ].
un- + assign
Pronunciation [ edit ]
- Rhymes: -aɪn
Verb [ edit ]
unassign ( third-person singular simple present unassigns , present participle unassigning , simple past and past participle unassigned )
- ( chiefly computing ) To remove or undo the assignment of.
Anagrams [ edit ]
- English terms derived from Proto-Indo-European
- English terms derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *sek-
- English terms derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *sekʷ- (follow)
- English terms prefixed with un-
- Rhymes:English/aɪn/3 syllables
- English lemmas
- English verbs
Synonyms of assign
- as in to task
- as in to allot
- as in to cede
- as in to appoint
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Thesaurus Definition of assign
Synonyms & Similar Words
- share (out)
- parcel (out)
Antonyms & Near Antonyms
- deprive (of)
- pass (down)
- single (out)
How is the word assign different from other verbs like it?
Some common synonyms of assign are ascribe , attribute , credit , and impute . While all these words mean "to lay something to the account of a person or thing," assign implies ascribing with certainty or after deliberation.
In what contexts can ascribe take the place of assign ?
The synonyms ascribe and assign are sometimes interchangeable, but ascribe suggests an inferring or conjecturing of cause, quality, authorship.
How is attribute related to other words for assign ?
Attribute suggests less tentativeness than ascribe , less definiteness than assign .
Where would credit be a reasonable alternative to assign ?
In some situations, the words credit and assign are roughly equivalent. However, credit implies ascribing a thing or especially an action to a person or other thing as its agent, source, or explanation.
When is it sensible to use impute instead of assign ?
While in some cases nearly identical to assign , impute suggests ascribing something that brings discredit by way of accusation or blame.
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“Assign.” Merriam-Webster.com Thesaurus , Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/assign. Accessed 8 Nov. 2023.
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synonyms for assign
- hold responsible
See also synonyms for: assigned assigning
antonyms for assign
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How to use assign in a sentence
It is designed to listen to meetings with multiple participants and will parse discussion patterns to produce informative synopses and assign post-meeting action items.
Such randomized, double-blinded controlled trials randomly assign patients to receive a drug or a placebo, and don’t reveal to participants or doctors who is getting which.
That AI could pore over an astronaut’s symptoms and then recommend medical tests, make diagnoses and assign treatments.
So I rose beyond cleaning, to working as an operational dispatcher for cabin services in the American Airlines traffic control center, assign cleaning crews to each incoming aircraft.
Ideally, the Mars spaceship would be equipped with artificial intelligence that could consider an astronaut’s symptoms, recommend medical tests, make diagnoses and assign treatments.
Now the Kremlin will assign more loyal people to rule the region, mostly military leaders.
When we assign a primitive “not me” status to another individual or social group, it can—and does—take us down a destructive path.
Other folks can debate and assign blame for “who lost Iraq.”
Renee Richardson knows she'll likely never be able to assign blame for her son's death—she's done fighting for that.
Girls are directed through several pages of this until they are asked to assign the guy a series of pre-decided adjectives.
The designs of Russia have long been proverbial; but the exercise of the new art of printing may assign them new features.
With what honest pride did John Smith, the best farmer of them all, step to the fore and assign to each man his place!
If the lessee die, his executor or administrator can assign the remainder of his term.
As the lessee may assign or sublet unless forbidden, so may the lessor part with his interest in the leased premises.
If offered any dish of which you do not wish to partake, decline it, but do not assign any reason.
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Assign or unassign permission set groups to users with the User Access and Permissions Assistant.
Required Editions and User Permissions
- In the User Access and Permissions Assistant, select Manage .
- Select Assignments.
- To assign a permission set group, select Assign Permission Set Groups to Users .
- To unassign a permission set group, select Unassign Permission Set Groups from Users .
- Select the users to receive permission set group assignments or have the groups unassigned.
- Click Next .
- To assign the permission set group, click Assign .
- To unassign the permission set group, click Unassign .
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Manage resource accounts for service numbers
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- Applies to: Microsoft Teams
In Microsoft Teams, a resource account is required for each auto attendant or call queue. Resource accounts may also be assigned telephone numbers. This is how you assign phone numbers to auto attendants and call queues allowing callers from outside Teams to reach the auto attendant or call queue.
This article covers how to create resource accounts and ready them for use with auto attendants and call queues.
Before you start the procedures in this article, ensure you've done the following steps:
Obtain Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account licenses
Obtain phone numbers.
Resource accounts used for auto attendants and call queues are disabled for sign in and must remain so. Chat and presence are not available for these accounts.
Each resource account requires a license in order to work with auto attendants and call queues, known as a Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account license. Subscriptions with Teams Phone have access to a zero-cost allocation of Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account licenses, and if more are needed, extra Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account licenses can be purchased at a cost. For details on how to obtain these licenses, see Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account licenses .
We cover how to assign the license to a resource account later in this article .
If you purchased Teams Phone Standard , Teams Phone with Calling Plan , or Teams Shared Devices licenses, you still need to complete the purchasing process for your allocation of Teams Phone Resource Account licenses, but your allotment of licenses will be zero cost at checkout.
To see if you already have Teams Phone Resource Account licenses in your tenant, sign into the Microsoft 365 admin center using an account with Global admin permissions. Then, go to Billing > Your products . If you have Teams Phone Resource Account licenses, they'll appear as Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account .
- Open the Microsoft 365 admin center and sign in with a user that is a Global admin. This is usually the account you used to sign up for Microsoft 365.
- In the left navigation pane, go to Billing > Purchase services > Add-ons .
- Scroll to find the Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account license.
- Select the Details button.
- You need one license for each auto attendant and call queue you plan to set up. We recommend selecting at least five licenses so you can easily set up more auto attendants and call queues in the future without having to purchase more licenses right away.
- Select the Buy button.
- Fill in the purchasing details.
- Confirm your order details, and then select the Place order button.
There's zero cost for your allotment of licenses, but you still need to follow these steps to acquire the licenses.
Phone numbers are optional for auto attendants and call queues. For any auto attendant or call queue that you want to be reachable directly by a phone number, you must have a resource account with an associated phone number.
Resource accounts can use either toll or toll-free phone numbers. You can request new numbers or port existing numbers from another carrier.
Acceptable phone numbers that can be applied to resource accounts include:
- Calling Plans service numbers: To acquire service numbers with Calling Plans, see Getting service phone numbers .
- Direct Routing numbers: To acquire Direct Routing numbers, see Enable users for Direct Routing .
- Operator Connect numbers: To acquire Operator Connect numbers, see Configure Operator Connect .
Resource accounts with Direct Routing phone numbers with or without extensions are supported. Currently, the Teams admin center only supports assigning Direct Routing phone numbers without extensions. To assign a Direct Routing phone number with an extension to a resource account, use the Teams PowerShell cmdlet Set-CsPhoneNumberAssignment .
To port a number from another carrier, see Transfer phone numbers to Teams .
Create a resource account
You can create a resource account in the Teams admin center.
- Sign into the Teams admin center .
- Expand Voice , and then select Resource accounts .
- Select Add .
- In the Add resource account pane, fill out Display name , Username , and the Resource account type . The resource account type can be either Auto attendant or Call queue , depending how you intend to use this resource account.
- Select Save .
Assign a license
For each resource account, you must assign a Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account license.
- Sign into the Microsoft 365 admin center .
- Expand Users , then select Active users .
- Select the resource account to which you want to assign a license. The resource account's user pane will appear.
- On the Licenses and Apps tab, under Licenses , select Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account .
- Select Save changes .
If the resource account requires a phone number, check that the Select location dropdown list in the Licenses and Apps tab matches the intended country code.
Assign a phone number
If you're planning to use the resource account with an auto attendant or call queue that requires a phone number, assign a number to the resource account.
- Expand Voice , and then select Resource accounts page.
- Select the resource account to which you want to assign a phone number, and then select Assign/unassign .
- In the Phone number type dropdown, choose the type of number that you want to use.
- In the Assigned phone number box, search for the number you want to use and select Add . Be sure to include the country code (for example, +1 250 555 0012).
Once you've completed the resource account setup and assigning a phone number if needed, you're ready to use the resource account with an Auto attendant or Call queue.
See the following references to learn more:
- Cloud Auto attendant
- Cloud Call queue
You can edit the resource account Display name and Resource account type using the Edit option. Select Save when you're done.
Change an existing resource account to use a Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account license
To switch the licenses on your existing resource account from a Teams Phone Standard license to a Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account license, you'll need to acquire the Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account license, and then follow the steps in the Microsoft 365 admin center to Move users to a different subscription .
Always remove a Teams Phone Standard license and assign the Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account license in the same license activity. If you remove the old license, save the account changes, add the new license, and then save the account settings again, the resource account may no longer function as expected. If this happens, we recommend you create a new resource account for the Microsoft Teams Phone Resource Account license and remove the broken resource account.
Skype For Business Server 2019
For resource accounts homed on Skype For Business Server 2019 that can be used with cloud Call queues and cloud Auto attendants, see Plan Cloud Call queues or Plan Cloud Auto attendants . Hybrid implementations (numbers homed on Direct Routing) are configured using the New-CsHybridApplicationEndpoint cmdlet on an on-premises Skype for Business Server 2019 server.
The application IDs that you need to use while creating the application instances are:
- Auto Attendant: ce933385-9390-45d1-9512-c8d228074e07
- Call Queue: 11cd3e2e-fccb-42ad-ad00-878b93575e07
If you want the Call queue or Auto attendant to be searchable by Skype For Business Server 2019 users, you should create your resource accounts on Skype For Business Server 2019, since online resource accounts are not synced down to Active Directory. When DNS SRV records for sipfederationtls resolve to Skype for Business Server 2019, then resource accounts must be created on Skype For Business Server 2019 using SfB Management shell and synchronized to Microsoft Entra ID.
For hybrid implementations with Skype for Business Server:
- Plan Cloud Auto attendants .
- Plan Cloud Call queues .
- Configure on-premises resource accounts .
Delete a resource account
Make sure you dissociate the telephone number from the resource account before deleting it, to avoid getting your phone number stuck in pending mode.
- Select the X on the assigned Auto attendant or Call queue.
- Select the Save button.
After you do that, you can delete the resource account in the Microsoft 365 admin center , under the Users tab.
Hide resource accounts from Teams users
You may want to hide certain resources accounts from Teams users. For example, you may want to prevent Teams users from directly calling a Call queue and bypassing the Auto attendant where the hours of operation are configured.
Information barriers are used to hide the resource accounts. Review the information barriers documentation to understand the possible impacts before proceeding with the steps below.
Required subscriptions and permissions
To access and use information barriers, your organization must have one of the following subscriptions or add ons:
- Microsoft 365 E5/A5 subscription (paid or trial version).
- Office 365 E5/A5/A3/A1 subscription (paid or trial version).
- Office 365 Advanced Compliance add-on.
- Microsoft 365 E3/A3/A1 subscription + the Microsoft 365 E5/A5 Compliance add-on.
- Microsoft 365 E3/A3/A1 subscription + the Microsoft 365 E5/A5 Insider Risk Management add-on.
If you already have Exchange Online address book policies configured, they must be removed before proceeding with the steps below.
All the steps below are performed by the Tenant Global Administrator.
These instructions assume there are no other information barriers configured.
Teams admin center
- In the left-rail menu, expand Teams .
- Select Teams settings .
- Scroll down to Search by name .
- Turn on the toggle, and save the change.
For more information on this option, see Limit who users can see when searching the directory in Teams .
Compliance - Auditing
- Sign into the Microsoft Purview compliance portal .
In the left navigation pane, select Audit .
If auditing is turned off, the following banner will be displayed:
Select the Start recording user and admin activity .
For more information on auditing, see Set up Audit (Standard) in Microsoft 365 .
The Resource Accounts that shouldn't be called directly need to be segmented and easily identifiable. This can be done by making them members of a particular group or by some unique information in their user profile such as:
- User principal name
- Usage location
- Mail nickname (Alias)
- Physical delivery office name (Office)
- Postal code
- Proxy address (Email Address)
- Street address
- Target address (ExternalEmailAddress)
- Mail (WindowsEmailAddress)
In the example steps below, the Department field will be used.
For more information on segmenting users, see Identify segments .
Microsoft admin center
- Sign into the Microsoft 365 Admin Center .
- In the left navigation pane, select Active Users .
- Select the first Resource Account to block direct calls to.
- Select Manage contact information in the right pane.
- Replace the contents of the Department field with a unique word or acronym that isn't used as a department name. For example, DNC .
- Save changes.
- Repeat for each Resource Account that needs to be blocked from receiving direct calls.
Compliance - Information Barriers
- In the left navigation pane, select Information barriers > Segments .
- Select New segment .
- Enter a name for the segment, and select Next . For example, Uncallable Resource Accounts .
- Select + Add , and then Department .
- Enter the unique word or acronym used in Microsoft admin center step 5 above. For example, DNC .
- Select Next , and then Submit .
- Enter a name for the segment, and select Next . For example, Callable Users .
- Select the Equal drop-down, and select Not equal to .
- In the left navigation pane, select Information barriers > Policies .
- Select Create policy .
- Enter a name for the policy, and select Next . For example, Uncallable Resource Accounts .
- Select + Choose segment , add the segment created in step 9 above, and select Next . For example, Callable Users .
- Select Blocked from the Communication and collaboration drop-down.
- Select + Choose segment , add the segment created in step 4 above, and select Next . For example, Uncallable Resource Accounts .
- Set the policy to On , select Next , and then Submit .
- Enter a name for the policy, and select Next . For example, Callable Users .
- Select + Choose segment , add the segment created in step 4, and select Next .
- Select + Choose segment , add the segment created in step 9 above, and select Next .
- In the left navigation pane, select Information barriers > Policy application .
- Select Apply all policies .
It may take 30 minutes or more for the policy to be applied.
Once the status shows completed, go into Teams Client and try to search for the Resource Accounts that were blocked. It may be necessary to clear the Teams cache.
If a Teams user has saved the Resource Account as a contact, they will no longer be able to call it.
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Apple Business Manager User Guide
- Intro to Apple Business Manager
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Assign, reassign, or unassign devices in Apple Business Manager
Your account contains a record of all the orders you have placed directly with Apple after March 1, 2011. Because accounts with participating Apple Authorized Resellers or carriers may not keep records going back to March 1, 2011, consult your participating Apple Authorized Reseller or cellular carrier for your account’s order timeline.
Before you can assign devices, you must have entered your appropriate Apple Customer Number and/or communicated your Organization ID to a participating Apple Authorized Reseller or cellular carrier and added their Reseller Number to your account. See Manage device suppliers .
Note: When entering your Apple Customer Number, omit any leading zeros.
A device must be assigned to a mobile device management (MDM) server in order for Setup Assistant to add the device to Apple Business Manager and enroll in the MDM solution.
Make sure sensitive data is secure
During the device configuration process, you can increase the security of sensitive data by ensuring that you have appropriate security measures in place. For example:
Have your users authenticate as part of the initial setup flow in the Apple device’s Setup Assistant during activation.
Provide a preliminary configuration with limited access and require additional device configuration to access sensitive data.
Choose how you want to assign devices
After an order ships, you can search for the order number and use it to assign devices to an authorized mobile device management (MDM) server. For example, when you place an iPhone order for 5000 units, you can use the order number to assign all, or a specific number of, devices to an existing authorized MDM server. There are several ways to assign devices:
Device Management: You can reassign devices from one MDM server to another. For example, you may want to spread the load of 10,000 devices from one single MDM server to three or four.
Source: You can assign devices from different sources. For example, you may purchase all iPhone and iPad devices from one source and all Mac computers from another. The sources are:
Apple (Apple Customer Number)
Apple Authorized Reseller or cellular carrier
AppleCare (for replaced devices)
Apple Configurator (for devices added manually)
Order number: Assigning devices by order number makes sense if a single MDM server is used for an entire device deployment (or a single order) and if devices are still in their original packaging and are going directly to the users.
Device type: You can assign devices by type and model to a specific MDM server. This method makes sense if the devices you need to assign are all managed in an identical manner. You can search for device types using the search field at the top of the window.
Storage size: You can assign devices by how much storage they came with when purchased or manually enrolled. For example, you may want to assign all MacBook Pro computers with 1 terabyte of storage to an MDM server used by your graphics department.
Serial number: You can paste up to 1024 serial numbers from a text file, with each serial number separated by a comma.
Do one of the following:
Choose “Assign to server,” then choose the MDM server you want to assign or reassign the device to.
Choose Unassign to unassign the device from an MDM server.
Note: If you select a device that is unassigned, you won’t see the unassigned option.
Carefully read the dialog, then select Continue.
A new activity generates a list of the devices that are assigned or reassigned to the selected MDM server or unassigned from an MDM server. You can wait for the activity to complete, or select Close to close the window.
Set the default device assignment
You can set the default assignment for each device type to the MDM server of your choice. This setting is applied at the time the device or devices are added to the organization.
Select an existing MDM server under MDM Servers, then select Change under Default Device Assignment.
If you don’t have any other MDM servers configured, change all automatic device assignment to the built-in MDM, then select Save.
Learn how to assign a formative, share it to other sites, update assign settings, and unassign a formative.
This article provides insight and instructions on assigning formatives that students can take at their own pace. If you are looking to assign via a Teacher-Paced mode, where you will control the pace of the assignment, please check out this article for instructions .
Formatives can be assigned directly on the Formative platform, in which case students will need to log in to their Formative accounts to locate and them; or, they can be assigned & posted directly into Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams which will allow students to locate and access the formatives from these learning platforms.
Ready to make your formative accessible to your students?
Assign with Student-Paced mode:
1. While in the Formative you'd like to assign, click on "Assign" and choose "Student-Paced" from the drop-down menu
2. Select a class(es) to assign the formative to, or create a new one.
3. Click on " Additional settings " to edit after submission settings, return scores or return correct answers to students. Silver/Gold users get more options when assigning, including assign to individuals/groups, and schedule open/close times. Gold users can randomize questions order, and those whose school or district have purchased the add-on will also have access to a secure exam browser mode .
If you're a Gold user, and you have students with accommodations , you will also be able to adjust their accommodation for this formative by clicking the dropdown. 4. Click on "Assign" (see below for assigning and posting directly to Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams)
When you assign a formative, a "Join Instructions" modal will pop up where you can find and copy the student assignment link:
Forgot to copy this link? You can find it again by clicking on the triple dots at the top right corner of your formative and selecting "Join Instructions:"
You can post this link in an assignment in Seesaw, in Class Dojo, on your class website - or any other place!
Note: if you are at a Gold school/district, you may be able to use Formative directly in your Learning Management System (e.g. Canvas , Blackbaud , Schoology ). See this article about LTI integration for more information!
Assign & post to google classroom, ** if you selected a class that you've imported from google classroom in step 2, you'll have slightly different options: "assign & post to google" or "assign only." if you choose the first option, your assignment will be automatically posted to your google classroom stream.
A new window will launch asking you to sign in with your Google account. Choose the correct account, and the formative will be posted to your Google Classroom Classwork page as an assignment!
If you have defined topics within your Google Classroom, Formative will also give you the option to choose which topic to post the assignment to. You can choose the topic from the dropdown list and then click "Post to Topic(s)", or if you'd rather not post the assignment to any specific topic you can click "Skip & Finish Posting"
Tip: make sure that you have pop-ups enabled in your browser, so that the new tab can open and you can confirm your Google account.
If you'd prefer not to post the assignment to Google Classroom, you can choose the "Assign only" option. This can be useful if you are re-assigning a formative to a small group of students. When the students log in to Formative with their Google accounts, they will see the assignment on their dashboard.
Running into issues with assigning & posting to Google Classroom? Review this article for common FAQ and troubleshooting tips
Note: Formative is now an official Google Classroom Add-on! See this article to learn how to install Formative into your Google Classroom and take your Formative-Google integration to the next level!
Assign & Post to Microsoft Teams
** If you selected a Microsoft Teams class in step 2, after clicking the "Assign" button, the "join instructions" window will include the option to share the assignment to Microsoft Teams:
Clicking the "Share to Microsoft Teams" button will launch a new window asking you to sign in with your Microsoft account. Choose the correct account, and a new window will open up where you will be prompted to choose between the following two options:
Option 1: Share to person, group, or channel
Choosing this option will prompt you to choose the person, group, or channel you would like to share the link of the formative with. A link to the formative will appear as a stand-alone item where you've chosen to post it.
Option 2: Create an assignment
Choosing this option will prompt you to enter the full details of the assignment such as title, instructions, due date/time as well as set a point value for the assignment and choose the group or channel to post the assignment in. The assignment you create will be posted to your Microsoft Teams space, and your students will need to click into the assignment to find the link to the formative.
Please note: at this time a grade pass back to Microsoft Teams is not supported. You will need to manually grade the assignment on Microsoft Teams.
Tip: make sure that you have pop-ups enabled in your browser, so that the new tab can open and you can confirm your microsoft account., the student experience.
Students in the class you've assigned to will automatically have access to the formative in their account, or you can share the direct link from your Join Instructions window that pops up:
By default, your students will be unable to edit their responses after submitting the formative, will not receive scores and/or correct answers, and will not be able to see the formative anymore after they submit. You can update these settings at any time from the Assign page - even if the formative is already assigned. If you are a Silver/Gold user, you can also update your default assign settings on your Settings page .
Adjust student information from the Assign page:
When assigning to students, the student count icon is now clickable. This loads a popup that includes vital student info (like last login, reset password, student email address, etc), and allows teachers to add students on the fly!
Assign to guest students
Students not in your class can access a formative through a temporary guest account.
Please note : Guest accounts are temporary, single-use accounts that students may use to take a formative. Students will be unable to log back into those accounts to see their scores, etc, and their scores will not appear on the Tracker (although they will in View Responses). We highly recommend to not use Guest Codes with students who have a proper Formative account!
From the Assign page, select "Guest Students"
2. Click "Additional Settings" to adjust optional assign settings
3. Click "Assign"
A Join instructions modal will pop-up, with separate instructions for students in a class and guest students. Make sure to provide the correct instructions to each group.
Please be mindful, if a student in your class uses the guest code instead of the instructions for students in a class - their responses will be logged as a guest student. If this happens, they must log out completely and then log back in with their login credentials to avoid the risk of accessing other assignments as guests.
Update assign settings for a formative you already assigned
Adjusting assign settings for a formative that has already been assigned can be accomplished from three locations on the Formative platform:
From your Formatives Page:
Find the assigned formative on your dashboard.
Find the class on the grid and click on the icon shown in the corresponding grid cell
Click "Adjust Settings"
Make the desired changes.
Note: if the class you assigned the formative to is a Google Classroom class, you'll see different options: "Update & Post to Google" and "Update Only." If you click the "Update & Post to Google" option, this will update the assignment in your Google Classroom stream.
From within a formative's edit tab:.
Open the assigned Formative
Click on "Student Paced"
Click on the assigned icon next to the class name
Click on "Additional settings" (just above the "Assign" button)
Make the desired changes
From within the formative's Responses tab:
Click on "Adjust Settings"
Note: You must update/change these settings for each class and guest students separately.
Un-assigning a formative.
There are three ways to un-assign a formative from your class or guest students:
From within the formative's Edit tab:
Go to "Assign" and click "Student-Paced"
Click on the icon next to the class you want to un-assign
Next click on the trashcan icon at the bottom of the modal window
Confirm you want to un-assign from this class
Click the icon next to the class you want to un-assign
Locate the formative on the list
Click on the icon in the appropriate grid cell for the class you want to un-assign
NOTE: Un-assigning a formative from students in a class or from guest students will cause their responses to disappear from your View Responses page and Tracker.
You can re-assign to the same class or to guest students and their data will re-populate..
If you want to hide formatives from your students while keeping data in your account, you can do this in your After Submission settings .
Learn how to close a formative so students can't edit their responses!
SAP NetWeaver AS ABAP Release 751, ©Copyright 2017 SAP AG. All rights reserved.
- The statement CLEAR <fs> does not initialize the field symbol and initializes the memory area that is assigned to the field symbol instead.
- Unlike the initialization of reference variables, the statement UNASSIGN does not affect Garbage Collector .
A field symbol to which a memory space is assigned is initialized with UNASSIGN .
FIELD-SYMBOLS <fs> TYPE d. ASSIGN sy-datlo TO <fs>. IF <fs> IS ASSIGNED. cl_demo_output=>write( 'assigned' ). ENDIF. UNASSIGN <fs>. IF <fs> IS NOT ASSIGNED. cl_demo_output=>write( 'unassigned' ). ENDIF. cl_demo_output=>display( ).
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ASSIGN, ELSE UNASSIGN in ABAP
From release 7.57, the new addition ELSE UNASSIGN can be specified in various cases of the statement ASSIGN , like dynamic assignments/access, assignments of dynamic components or table expressions.
An assignment passes the content of a source to a target data object. The general syntax is
ASSIGN mem_area TO <fs> [ELSE UNASSIGN].
Which assigns the memory area specified using mem_area to the field symbol <fs> . The reference in a field symbol is set using an assignment of a memory area to the field symbol by the statement “ASSIGN” and is deleted by the statement “UNASSIGN” which initializes the field symbol <fs> . The newly defined addition ELSE UNASSIGN to the statement ASSIGN, unassigns the field symbol if the assignment is not successful, meaning, in case sy-subrc is not initial.
The field symbol “points to” the contents of the field mem_area at runtime, i.e. every change to the contents of mem_area is reflected in and vice versa. If the field symbol is not typed (see FIELD-SYMBOL ), the field symbol adopts the type and atrributes of the field mem_area at runtime, particularly the conversion exit. Otherwise, when the assignment is made, the system checks whether the type of the field mem_area matches the type of the field symbol. After a successful assignment, the field symbol refers to the assigned memory area and can be used in operand positions.
The memory area mem_area can be specified statically , in which a statically known data object or part of such an object is assigned, or dynamically , which is used to dynamically access data objects especially for dynamic access to attributes of classes and interfaces or components of structures . In such variants, the statement ASSIGN sets the return code “sy-subrc”. If the assignment is successful, sy-subrc is set to 0, otherwise to 4. In these variants, no exception occurs in case of an unsuccessful assignment.
Besides, the variant for specifying the memory area of the statement ASSIGN can also assigns the result of the table expression table_exp or table expression chaining to the field symbol. The result of a table expression in these positions is always a temporary field symbol. In this variant, the statement ASSIGN sets the return code sy-subrc. If the specified line is found, sy-subrc is set to 0. If the assignment is not successful, sy-subrc is set to 4, except when the end of the table is reached in binary searches in sorted tables. In this case, sy-subrc is set to 8.
The variants differ as to how the system behaves after an unsuccessful assignment. In such case, the behaviour depends on the assigned mem_area and on the addition ELSE UNASSIGN :
- If a static assignment is not successful, sy-subrc is not set. No memory area is assigned to the field symbol. The field symbol has the state unassigned after the ASSIGN statement. The addition ELSE UNASSIGN is used implicitly and must not be specified.
- If ELSE UNASSIGN is not specified, the field symbol keeps its previous state.
- If ELSE UNASSIGN is specified, no memory area is assigned to the field symbol. The field symbol has the state unassigned after the ASSIGN statement.
Some invalid dynamic specifications in the assignment of dynamic components do not set sy-subrc but raise an exception.
- An assignment of the constructor operators NEW or CASE is either successful or leads to an exception and the addition ELSE UNASSIGN must not be used.
If an assignment would lead to illegal memory accesses, an exception is raised for both static and dynamic ASSIGN statements.
After a successful assignment, the next assignment is not successful because of a wrong dynamic specification.
here sy-subrc is set to 4 and the field symbol that was assigned before is unassigned.
it is more clear in the debugging mode:
As the field symbol is successfully unassigned by ‘ELSE UNASSIGN’ command, we get the pop up as expected:
if you omit this command from line 14, although the sy-subrc is 4, the field symbol still contains the amount from the previous step:
and the runtime error occurs.
So, the addition ‘ELSE UNASSIGN’ guarantees the correct assignment of the field symbol in the program.
For more information regarding assignment in ABAP, check ABAP Keyword Documentation and the links provided in the text.
Thanks. Isn't there an error at this line? I guess NOT should be removed for your demonstration:
What is the rationale of introducing ELSE UNASSIGN? I always used IF sy-subrc = 0 after ASSIGN, I thought it was sufficient. I mean, I don't see a big interest in ELSE UNASSIGN.
I guess there could be lots of other same-kind improvements for basic statements, like is it planned to have something like SQL COALESCE but for IS NOT INITIAL? I often use this kind of statement:
which could be shortened:
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if you debug you get it better
it says, in case sy-subrc is not equal to 4 and <fs> is not empty ( as we expected) then do the assert.
if you take the "Else Unassign" out, you see the problem:
although the assignment is not correct, the field symbol is still full. so we need the addition to empty the field symbol in case wrong assignment happens. i update the blog to make it more clear 🙂
Thanks I understand. Oh now we have to distinguish a different behavior due to ELSE UNASSIGN. I feel it will bring even more confusion. I'm not fan of it. I would have preferred words like ELSE INITIAL. Well, we'll see.
NB: we could also implement the same for REF #( ... OPTIONAL ) but probably people use it less frequently than ASSIGN --> REF #( ... ELSE INITIAL ).
Unless I'm missing something, I don't see any different behaviour.
It seems like a shortcut (implemented in the SAP kernel and more efficient, I guess) for:
Just syntactic sugar.
To me, the reuse of a field-symbol is itself a code smell. I understand the example, but I doubt very much I would use it in a real development.
The common (not that smelly) use case is a dynamic loop.
I'd put the assignment and subsequent handling in a method in the loop. Which is probably why I've never had an issue with this. 🙂
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Lasso - FAQs - Assign/Reassign/Unassign Sales Reps for Multiple Registrants
Lasso - faqs - assign/reassign/unassign sales reps for multiple registrants, assign sales reps via registrant list.
- Assign to selected sales rep(s) : Each sales rep that you select will be assigned to the registrants in the list.
- Distribute evenly among selected sales rep(s) : The registrants will be assigned alternately to the selected sales reps. For example, if you check Sales Rep 1 and Sales Rep 2, Sales Rep 1 will be assigned the first registrant, Sales Reps 2 will be assigned the second registrant, and then back to Sales Rep 1 for the third registrant and so on.
- If registrants do not have an assigned sales rep, the sales rep that you select as Primary Rep will be assigned as the primary rep.
- If registrants already have a primary assigned sales rep and you want that rep to remain the primary, do not check the box beside Override existing primary sales rep with the selected .
- If you want the rep that you selected as Primary Rep to replace the existing primary rep(s), make sure you have checked the box beside Override existing primary sales rep with the selected .
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PowerShell – Unassign/Delete the Windows 365 Cloud PC Provisioning Policy
Please check out my earlier blog post on PowerShell – Create Windows 365 Cloud PC Provisioning Policy and PowerShell – Assign a AAD group to the Windows 365 Cloud PC Provisioning Policy . This is the last part in the series where we will delete the Windows 365 Cloud PC Provisioning Policy via PowerShell.
A safety feature within MEM Portal – Windows 365 Cloud PC – Provisioning Policies that within the UI when you try to delete the policy, it will be grey out. The only way to delete the policy is to remove the Assignment Group (AAD Group assigned to the policy) and then delete the provisioning policy within UI. The motive of this blog series is PowerShell actions, and we will perform the two actions using that method.
Provisioning Policy (Copy ID)
We need the Windows 365 Provisioning Policy – ID to perform the AAD (Azure Active Directory) group un-assignment and delete operation. We need to copy this ID. Simply use the commandlet – Get-MgDeviceManagementVirtualEndpointProvisioningPolicy. Note if multiple CPC policy, select the ID that is relevant for deletion.
Un-assign AAD Group from the Provisioning Policy
The only way to delete the CPC – Provisioning policy is to remove the AAD group assignment, and it involved the following: avdwin365mem/win365DeleteProvPolicy at main · askaresh/avdwin365mem (github.com)
- ID – The existing Cloud PC Provisioning Policy ID
- Load the $params variable first before running the Set-MgDeviceManagementVirtualEndpointProvisioningPolicy commandlet
- Copy/Paste the Prov policy ID within -CloudPcProvisioningPolicyId
Delete the Provisioning Policy
Now that the AAD Group has been un-assigned it’s time to delete the Cloud PC Provisioning Policy.
I hope you will find this helpful information for the un-assignment & deletion of the CloudPC provisioning policy using PowerShell. Please let me know if I have missed any steps or details, and I will be happy to update the post.
Thanks, Aresh Sarkari
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