Alibaba’s DingTalk gets bad grades from China’s stuck-at-home students

By Pei LiJosh Horwitz

Students were less than grateful when DingTalk, originally designed for China's white collar workers, adapted to the virus outbreak by offering the service to help remotely educate primary and middle school teenagers. — Reuters

SHANGHAI: Alibaba Group's communication app DingTalk has begged China's school students to stop venting anger on the software after they gave it poor grades when made to use it to attend online classes.

Millions of Chinese are stuck at home because of the coronavirus outbreak, which has killed 1,770 so far in mainland China.

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