It's essential to understand that the code snippets offered within these in-browser solutions do not facilitate saving of work. However, students have the option to copy and paste their code into a local code environment in order to save it for later reference. The purpose of these tools is to provide an interactive space for practicing, learning, and sharing code on the fly.
Getting access to the new coding tools is easy, and they're designed to be user-friendly. Both teachers and students can easily find their way to the tools by going to Courses > Student Tools from the main menu above the page, as illustrated below:
It's important to note that to ensure the smooth functionality of the new coding tools, teachers may need to whitelist certain domains. Whitelisting these domains will ensure that students can access and use the code editor without any technical hindrances. For more detailed instructions on how to whitelist domains, please refer to What domains does my school need to allow?