It would be great to have a feature that allows users to be able to print out the daily/weekly calendar. Two important sizes that I use are 8"x11" and 5"x7" (half pages). I could then print these pages and easily add to my personal planners. Actually, I would also like to be able to print out the full lesson plan that I have associated with the calendar, as well.21 votes
There is now a print button at the top of the calendar that allows you to print all of the lesson plans for the week or day you are viewing on the calendar. Really excited to release this feature!
I would hate to keep retyping my template over and over. It would be nice to have the ability to save one and add when necessary (think guided reading information: Read aloud, observations, materials, group)19 votes
We have created a new “Save As” feature that allows you to open any existing lesson plan and use it as a template for your next lesson.
Ability to insert images and tables into lesson plans9 votes
You can now insert images, embed videos, and more with the new text editor for your lesson plans!
As users we need to be able to edit or delete pre-set calendar events such as holidays. For example Columbus day is not a school closed day for my district, but on the calendar it is shaded out.9 votes
We have just finished building the option for users to turn the preset holidays on/off in their user settings. This should be released with our next version in a week or two.
Appreciate the feedback!
For those of us who do consulting work for multiple municipalities it would be helpful to have multiple state standards available, instead of being limited to only the state we selected in our settings.9 votes
You can now add multiple state standards to your app list. Just go to My Settings > Standards, and select the states you’d like to use.
It would be awesome to import calendars so that holidays and in service days are accounted for on the planner.5 votes
We have just released the ability to connect your individual, school, or district Google calendar to display on your calendar. Just copy and paste the calendar code into your settings under the “Calendar” tab and now see the events on your calendar!
I would like to email my plans directly to my principal and print a hard copy.3 votes
You can print the lesson plans individually or as a day / week full of plans from the calendar. As for emailing you can click on the lesson plan and click “Public Link” which will generate a link that you can email to your administrator.
Hope this helps!
Allow sharing, so I can share plans with grade level team, service providers, and administration. Ideally with the ability for others to leave comments.3 votes
We forgot to update this ticket. There are now a few different ways to share plans with others including shared files in the software, public links for anyone outside of the software, shared calendars with your plans on them, new printing options, and more.
Hope this helps!
Maybe instead of a "Template" feature, maybe have a "Save AS" button, next to the SAVE button. IE, My Lesson Plan "blank", then fill it in and title it Lesson plan ..."Math add/sub Fracts" and click the SAVE AS button, and it makes a file in our documents folder.....???1 vote
We just added this feature and it is now live. Go check it out!
I would like to be able to add like sticky notes to my calendar that do not need a time, or date, just a place that I can check them. This would be great if I am in a meeting. In my physical planner, I had extra pages or sticky notes so I could add notes, that way I could go back to them later.1 vote
You can click anywhere on the calendar and choose the option “New Event/Note”. You can use this as a sticky note and put any information in the “title” section.
Ability for teachers to drag and drop national and state standards directly onto calendar.0 votes
You can now drag and drop any type of standard onto the calendar to help you organize your teaching! This is in addition to adding them to your teaching resources.
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