The Reflect link is displayed as pointing to a non-existent tab and cannot be responded to from the article in the post.

KI 20 Reputation points
2024-05-22T00:05:43.7766667+00:00

Microsoft Education

Select the Reflect tab from the Teams class and select New Check-in.

Post to see students' reactions.

From the new Teams, students select the reaction and press.

'The link points to a tab that does not exist.'

This is displayed as.

I can still react from Reflect under Lessons, Assignments and Grades,

Is there a way to do this directly from the location of the previous post?

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  1. JiSheng-MSFT 775 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-05-22T02:50:58.5166667+00:00

    Hi @KI

    When a teacher assigns a Reflection check-in, students will see the information in the Class Channel.

    If you encounter problems, we recommend that you go to the Reflect home page and log in with your school account. After you create a check-in, a pop up with the share options will be displayed. You can copy and share the link or the QR to invite students to respond.

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