View plans horizontally
If I were able to view and print my plans horizontally, I could place pages side by side in a binder. This would help me to see my entire day without flipping pages. Keeping my computer logged on to the website to reference my plans throughout the day isn't an option with preset energy saving options put in place by my district.
Horizontal View is now available! To switch to horizontal view, click Go To → Display Settings, and select “Horizontal” Lesson Orientation. Any questions, just let us know!
I print mine horizontally all the time.
Go to the "More" link/ print to pdf /print horizontally.
If this doesn't do it for you, then I must have missed something.
Amanda McAllister commented
I teach one of each grade level at least, almost every day. So I use the same 6 lessons each week. Right now, I enter all of my lessons on Monday or on each day so I don't have to scroll as much. It would be nice if there were more headers than just days of the week (like grade levels for special area teachers).
Ms. Alan commented
It would be WONDERFUL if I could rotate the orientation to portrait view instead of being limited to just landscape on my iPad and iPhone. Portrait view would be helpful when viewing only one day's lesson. :^)
I prefer to have them horizontally. It is much easier to read. It should be an option.
I agree. I prefer my plans to be horizontal where each subject is in a column. All of my store-bought plan books have been organized in this way. I would love for planbook.com to offer this template so that each day of the week in the weekly grid moves vertically, not horizontally. This way I plan each subject downwards, not across.