To edit a problem, go to the assignment you want, select the problem you want to edit, and select Edit. In the problem editor, on the Define tab, you can make your changes to the problem.
Configuring problem parts
Each problem has a number of parts that are configurable and vary by part type. Configuring the part determines how the problem is rendered and how the text appears. For more information on problem parts, see the Problem Reference Guide.
You can use the Preview tab to see how a problem appears after you have constructed it. For more information, see Previewing a problem.
To add another part to your problem, select Add part and choose the part type.
You can move a problem part by selecting and dragging the part to the desired location. To remove a problem part, select the trash can icon at the top right of the part section.
Undoing changes made
The editor is auto-saving so any changes you make are automatically saved. To undo changes made, select Undo in the top right corner of the page and the problem will revert back to an earlier version.
Anatomy of a problem
Each problem consists of a heading, one or more problem parts (see the Problem Reference Guide), and a top level solution. Each individual part can have its own solution.
Modifying the settings for a problem
The Settings tab offers many ways to customize a problem.
|In Assignments||Shows all of the courses and assignments where the problem currently resides. You can add the problem to another course and assignment from here as well. If you own any other assignments where the problem resides, any changes you make to the problem will automatically be made in all of those assignments.|
|Skills||Allows you to map a problem to one or more skills. This determines how a problem shows up when you are searching from the problem search page. [Perhaps a different description, or link to a more in-depth article. I noticed a couple things that I have questions about. Once you select a high-level skill type, and burrow down, it seems you can only select multiple skills from whatever level you burrow down to. Can you not have a question that is related to more than one high-level skill type?] [We've talked about this since, that you can back out and select an additional high-level skill type and it will show as you go what you're adding or how many skills or whatever. Needs an article, yes?]|
|Layout||Decide if you want any docked parts to be placed on the left or right side of the problem. For more information, see the Problem Reference Guide.|
|Metadata||[I don't see this, only seen if you are an administrator. No need to mention?]|
|Difficulty||Estimated difficulty of a problem on a 5-point scale relative to the subject.|
|Attributes||Another way to add more elements relative to the problem search. [Perhaps a different article for this and other fields on this page.]|