We are continuing to investigate the issue preventing users from accessing their Google Drive folders from within PowerSchool Learning. The cause of the issue is that the content is getting prohibited from being displayed within an iFrame due to the Content Security Policy that has been changed from Google. Our team is looking at any changes that can be implemented at our side, and also working with Google to resolve this issue at the earliest. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your patience while we're working on a resolution.
Teachers can continue to use Google Assignments within PowerSchool Learning by providing the direct Google Link
Create a PowerSchool Learning Assignment with a Google Drive Link
Within your Class Page click the Google icon near the top right of the Page to open your Google Drive Folder. This will open a new tab that will allow access to Google Drive
Locate the desired Google Drive document
Open the desired Google Drive document from your list and select near the top right side of the page
Select the "Get Link" option to copy the document URL
Navigate back to the PowerSchool Learning tab
Create New Assignment
During the Assignment Creation process click on to create a Link to the Google Drive document
Under Display Options - make sure the "Allow students to work online" is checked
Finish filling out the Assignment details then Save
Once completed this will allow all students to access the Google Document within PowerSchool Learning. The Google Document can be opened within a new tab and the student's will be able to access the document to work on the assignment as normal.
Student can submit their own Google Document by providing a link or by directly downloading the file to their computer then attaching it to the PowerSchool Learning Assignment.
The PowerSchool Learning Support Team is continuing to work on a resolution for the Google iFrame issues. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your patience while we're working on a resolution.