If you are marking as part of a team, you might find it useful to agree on a set of quickmarks that you will use across the marking to create consistency in your marking. Once you have created your quickmark set (see: #397 Create customised Quickmark Sets), you can download and share your set with your colleagues. Once they have imported the set into their Turnitin area, they can edit and change the quickmarks independently of the original set.
At Manchester Met we’ve recently updated our Turnitin plugin for Moodle, and as such things look a little bit different from when we last covered this topic here at 1minuteCPD hq. For those on an older version of turnitin, check out our original videos on this Turnitin Quickmarks