As you type in Sketch, the current 'timestamp' automatically appears to the left of your notes in the editor.
The default position is always set to on but you can adjust your settings to pause the addition of these timestamps temporarily (for example, you may want to disable adding timestamps when editing notes after the observation to prevent new timestamps from showing up).
To pause timestamps, click the wrench icon, and move the appropriate toggle.
These settings will not be stored by your browser; they will last only for your current logged-in session.
Showing Seconds in Timestamps
Sketch will default to showing the timestamp on the left hand side of your notes. To show seconds in timestamps, click the wrench icon, and move the appropriate toggle.
These settings will be stored by your browser and TeachBoost will remember them the next time you're in Sketch. This means that if you switched it off last time, you'll need to switch it back on again the next time you reopen TeachBoost in the same browser.
Editing or Removing Timestamps
You can edit timestamps in the Feedback tab of Sketch. It's important to note that this will only affect the timestamp as it appears on the Evidence section of the form; it will not change the timestamp of the underlying low inference notes.
Head to the Feedback tab on Sketch and select the component on the left. Then click the timestamp that you want to edit.
This will open a pop-up window, where you can adjust the time or clear the time completely. Hit Save to commit your changes.