Post directly to Google Classroom after attaching to Planbook.
The ability to post the attached assignments I have in Planbook directly to Google Classroom with a share button.
You can now connect each Planbook class to a specific Google Classroom. This allows you to view and update Google coursework directly from each class, quickly transfer assignments and assessments to Google Classroom, add or update scores for Google students, and use Google scores in Planbook student performance reports. Select Go To > Classes to edit a class and connect it to Google Classroom.
Mockingbird Hill commented
This doesn't do what the OP has stated she wants to do. Look at Chalk Planboard...you create a lesson plan, you click the Google Classroom button; you choose a title for your lesson, whether it's an assignment, question, material, etc.; add a title and any directions; choose the class it is to go into; click and then it is posted into Google Classroom with a link to the Lesson Plan for students to click on to go to the actual Lesson Plan in Chalk (or if you could work it out, Planbook). I would much prefer Planbook as Chalk only allows student account for schools that are signed up. So homeschoolers, private schools, co-ops, or individual teachers cannot have students sign up and have a student account (which Planbook does). PLEASE MAKE THIS HAPPEN! :)
I have connected my classes to Google Classroom, but when I go to students I can't see them. I can only see it when I go to grades. Can you add students to Planbook through Google Classroom? If not, this would be a great feature to add, because then you don't have to add your lists of students.
"Select Go To > Classes to edit a class and connect it to Google Classroom."
Great feature, except I do not see how to do this. Under Classes, I ca select my existing classes in Planbook to edit, but I do not see anywhere to link it to my Google Classroom class. I do see the button with options for Regular Schedule or Google Classroom, but when I select Google Classroom, there are no classes listed there.