Move lesson to a different date
There should be an option to move a lesson to a different date without having to copy and paste.
We now support the ability to easily move lessons (via the action list) to different dates! When you get a chance, please give it a try and let us know if you have any questions. Thanks!
I moved a lesson to a different date, & it happened to be an "Event Date". I didn't realize it was a holiday, & lost my lesson I was trying to move. It would be helpful when moving a lesson to a date, which may be a holiday, to give a warning that it is a holiday & would you like to continue. I was fortunate and had this lesson from previous year. Therefore went back, copied & pasted. Thanks :)
I moved a lesson from one year to a date in the next year and they disappeared!
Where is this "action list" mentioned by admin above?
I have a lot of the same plans - example, every Monday I have Morning Message with a list of things to do. How can I get this on every Monday for the year?
I agree, moving a lesson would be useful, particularly if I am selecting lessons from a previous year to place in the current year. The options cut and past or copy and paste would also be helpful.
Mike Higgins commented
i especially like and agree with the suggestion made by "M"
Snow days can be fixed by making an event and click "no school." It'll automatically bump all your lessons for you. Super quick and easy, AND you'll have a record of snow days.
In the drop-down menu, add a "Move to..." option, you click on it, then a calendar pops up. That would be great.
This would also help when we have snow days...we had a ton this year.
I would love to have the ability to bump to a certain date not just bump a number of days. We just had three and a half snow days. It was very difficult to adjust the days and my lessons.
I agree I really need this too. I was having a hard time when I needed to swap a whole week of lessons when I was out.
Jeannette Horning commented
Agree- My class does current events on Friday's for the year and I would like to bumb the lesson from Friday to Friday.
Jess McGettrick commented