How can I add Custom Tags and Standards/Competencies from Embeded Framework/Rubric on Android

How can I add Custom Video Markers, Tag Standards/Competencies from Embedded Framework/Rubric, and Add Custom Marker Tags From my Android Device

With the new Sibme Android version 5.0, Sibme Users now have the ability to add Quick Marker Tags, tag Standards based on Frameworks, and add your own Custom Tags on their Huddle videos right from their Android devices.

Who is this article for?

Based on the default user settings in the Sibme platform, you should have permission to complete this task if you are one of the user levels listed below. If you do not see the screens in this article, you can ask your administrator if you have permission.

  • Users
  • Admin
  • Super Admin
  • Account Owner

Adding Custom Video Marker Tags

Quick Marker Tags are readily available tags which are determined by an Account Owner or the School Leadership.  Only Account Owners have the permission to change or edit an account’s Quick Marker Tags. Each account can have a maximum of four (4) Quick Marker Tags.

To add Custom Video Marker tags  on your android device:

  1. Open the the video from the Huddle which you want to add Custom Video Marker tags on.
  2. Click on the “plus sign” on the lower right of the screen to start adding an annotation or comment on your video.
  3. Type the annotation or comment you wish to add
  4. Tap on the corresponding Custom Video Marker tags you want to add.
  5. Add the comment by pressing on the Enter Comment icon on the upper right hand of your screen.

Tagging Standards from your Embedded Frameworks on your Android App

Rubrics and Standards based on your Embedded Frameworks add more organization to your annotations.  These tagged standards are also easily tracked on Sibme Analytics which can be easily accessed by Account Owners and Super Admins. You can only tag frameworks on Videos which are shared to you in your huddles and have added frameworks to them (link this text to the article on Creating  a Huddle and Adding Frameworks)

To tag rubrics or standards from your embedded frameworks on your android device:

  1. Open the the video from the Huddle which you want to tag a Standard/Rubric on.
  2. Click on the “plus sign” on the lower right of the screen to start adding an annotation or comment on your video.
  3. Type the annotation or comment you wish to add
  4. Tap on the “Standards Icon” below the comments box to bring up the Framework selected for the huddle
  5. Tap on the box to put a check sign on the standards you wish to tag for the comment you are adding
  6. Tap Done to return to the comment box
  7. Add the comment by pressing on the Enter Comment icon on the upper right hand of your screen.

Adding your Own Custom Tags from your Android App

Custom Tags can be added to any annotation or comment on the Web App and also on our Mobile Apps.  Custom Tags are usually determined by the user logged into the account. Custom Tags are not tracked by Sibme Analytics, however, Quick Marker Tags are tracked.

To add Custom Tags on your android device:

  1. Open the the video from the Huddle which you want to add Custom Tags to.
  2. Click on the “plus sign” on the lower right of the screen to start adding an annotation or comment on your video.
  3. Type the annotation or comment you wish to add.
  4. Tap on the “Custom Tag” icon below the comments box.
  5. This will take you to a screen where you will add your Custom Tags. Select the “plus sign” and a Custom Tag naming screen will appear. Type the tag you wish to add and click “OK”
  6. You will return to the screen with your saved Custom Tag.  
  7. Tap on “Done” to return to the comment box.
  8. Add the comment by pressing on the Enter Comment icon on the upper right hand of your screen.

Standards and Competencies will only appear from the Standards & Tags tab if a Framework or Rubric has been embedded to your account.  Account Owners can create their account’s rubric using the Rubric Tab in Account Settings (link the underlined to the article How do I author frameworks and rubrics?)

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