Many users don’t realize that they have a lot of control over their Moodle experience. For example, we sometimes get questions from instructors about how to easily find their courses on the MyMoodle page listing. Since Moodle has become so popular for committees and groups on campus, in addition to active courses and some archives, there can be a lot to sort through.
When we adopted Moodle 2, we thought the My Courses block would be the easiest way to find courses fast, because it was an alphabetical list, but some users would prefer a personalized method– a customization, if you will. And that’s step number one: click the Customize this page button on the MyMoodle page.
Drag and drop to re-order your courses in whatever way you’d like! The default way is supposed to be oldest to newest, but now you can do alphabetical, newest to oldest, favorite to least, or any other way you can dream!
Now you can control your own Moodle experience just a bit more than before. Be sure to click Stop customizing this page when you’re done, too!