Scheduling Classes

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Scheduling is useful when you're teaching the same class multiple times per week, or teaching a lot of different classes that start and end at a specific time. Scheduling a session means that it will automatically start and stop on the same day, at the same time, until you change the schedule. If you schedule a session for Monday from 09:00am to 10:00am, it will run every Monday during that time. However, you can't change the end time of a scheduled session once it's started.

This feature is not available to Smoothwall users.

Creating a schedule

  1. Select the Class Settings icon icon-class settings.jpg on the class tile.
  2. Select the Scheduling tab.
  3. Select Add Schedule.
  4. Enter or select the day, start time and end time for the session from the dropdown lists.
  5. Select Save.


Repeat steps 3 and 4 to add another schedule. If you want to remove a schedule row, select the X icon.

Editing a schedule

  1. Select the Settings icon on the class tile.
  2. Select the Scheduling tab.
  3. Edit the sessions:
  • Add a new session by selecting Add Schedule.
  • Remove a session by selecting the X icon.
  • To modify a schedule select the new Day, Start Time and End Time from the drop-down lists. You can also type the new Day, Start Time and End Time. 


I can't edit multiple classes at once

There is no bulk edit feature for multiple classes. You will need to schedule sessions for each class individually. However, you can schedule multiple sessions for a single class at once.

I can't edit a schedule once it has started

You can't edit a scheduled session once it's started. This is to stop it from running into other scheduled sessions, which could cause students to appear in two classes at once.

I got an "Unable to add schedule due to time restrictions set by your school" error

Your school or school district has set limits on when teachers can schedule classes, usually to make sure classes aren't scheduled outside of school hours. If you keep getting this error, please contact your school's IT support.

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