This update is quite significant, for two reasons:
• The app is now fully compatible with iOS 11 (simple, not need to talk a lot about it)
• Drag and drop feature is now implemented (slightly more tricky, dive into details below)
Within the app you can drag and drop ANYTHING apart from classes and calendar events (devs say these are rules and this is rigid). You can drag those out of the app on iPad, however, if so is your desperate need.
Now, the tricky thing is that default function of drag and drop is COPY things. This is cute, but you’ve always wanted more, right? How about you MOVE things inside the app while using drag and drop? We like the idea too, so we made that possible.
If we were to scrupulously explain to you how you can move things, that would occupy too much space. So here is one simple example: drag and drop of an assignment to a date in a Calendar will copy that assignment. But you can move that assignment to that desired date if while dragging the assignment you will tap the date and then drop the assignment onto the assignments list.
For those of your who love to read stories, we have prepared detailed list of drags and drops possible within the app, and will post it soon in our blog and Facebook page. Feel free to drop by ;)