Verifying student extension connectivity: step 1 Follow
Quick tip: Hapara Highlights has a self-diagnostic check that is run from a student device, and can resolve some commonly experienced issues, including blank student panels.
To use it, first log in to Chrome as a student. You might want to do this on a student device. And you will want to do this while on the network students will be using.
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|Highlights Installation Guide|
|1. Setting G Suite for Education policies →||6. Shared device best practices (optional) →
|2. Pushing out the student extension →||7. Privacy: time/IP restrictions →
|3. Verifying student extension connectivity (viewing)||8. Enabling Highlights →
|4. Network access/whitelisting →||9. Highlights browser compatibility →|
|5. G Suite for Education device settings (optional) →|