2. Select I want to upload a set of assignments from a file.
3. Click Next.

Note If you skip this step, you will need to create the file and add your students' information manually.

1. Select fullname or student number if you want to include this information.

The file is downloaded as a tab-separated text file with the filename extension you selected.

For example:

Assignment	Fullname	Student Number
Category
Description
Points
Due
Available
maryallen52@webassign	Allen, Mary	242052
patriciagarcia86@webassign	Garcia, Patricia	306586
bettynguyen98@webassign	Nguyen, Betty	326098
johnrodriguez67@webassign	Rodriguez, John	340067
danielwhite08@webassign	White, Daniel	250708

You can add one or more assignments. Each assignment's data is in its own column in the table.

1. If needed, add a blank column right of the student information or previous assignment.
2. Enter information about the assignment in the column, in the rows corresponding to the headers on the left.
Item Description
Assignment How the assignment will be listed.
Category Assignment category for GradeBook calculations.
Description Optional description.
Points How many points the assignment is worth.
Due Assignment due date.
Available Whether the assignment scores are shown to students:
• Y = yes
• N = no
3. Enter each student's score in the student's row in the assignment column.

Scores must be numeric and specified as points out of the total point value.

Letter grades and missing scores are displayed as NA in WebAssign and are counted as 0 points.

For example:

Assignment Fullname Student Number Project 1 Project 2
Category Research Research
Description
Points 50 50
Due 2/1/2017 3/1/2017
Available Y Y
maryallen52@webassign Allen, Mary 242052 42 44
patriciagarcia86@webassign Garcia, Patricia 306586 38 39
bettynguyen98@webassign Nguyen, Betty 326098 48 47
johnrodriguez67@webassign Rodriguez, John 340067 46 39
danielwhite08@webassign White, Daniel 250708 36 42
6. Save the spreadsheet to your computer as either a comma- or tab-delimited text file.

Older versions of the Excel file format also work, but the text formats are more universally supported and work consistently.

7. In WebAssign, for Upload Method, select Upload a file containing scores.
8. Click Next.
9. Select the file to upload.
1. Click Browse or Choose File, depending on your browser.
2. Navigate to the file you want to upload.
3. Click Open or Choose, depending on your browser.
10. Select the file format you used.
11. Click Review.

The assignments and scores you provided are listed.

Values that can't be used, like invalid dates, are indicated so you can correct them.

12. Click Save.

If you try to add an assignment with the same name as another assignment already scheduled or entered for the section, you are prompted to rename the new assignment or update the existing assignment information and scores. You can also create the new assignment with the same name as the existing assignment if needed.