I'm working on a project for an educational technology platform. Essentially, there's a set of 3 settings that are required to make an assignment a "common assessment":
1.) "Is this assignment a common assessment?" (Yes or no)
2.) Subject of the assignment (required if the assignment is a common assessment)
3.) Grade of the assignment (required if the assignment is a common assessment)
Currently, the above settings are only available if a user publishes the assignment to the library (which makes the assignment visible to other teachers). Through user research we've identified that the settings to make an assignment a common assessment should live elsewhere.
My question is, is it alright to have the set of three settings live in two different places? If so, should I disable the settings in the publish to library page in order to ensure that users can only change them in one place yet are aware that they are publishing to the library with the right settings?
In the case where the settings in the publish to library page are disabled, I've provided a link for them to change the settings elsewhere.
I've attached some screenshots below.