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An error occurred while saving the commentAaron commented
I know it still says "planned," but this feature is available when you view your plans in "list" view. Once you have entered all your holidays and no-class days, a the list of plans is basically a numbered list of lessons. I have used it this summer to see exactly how many meetings I get with a class before Christmas, before the AP exam, etc.
What would be more useful for me is for lessons to be numbered within our seven day cycle. We have a drop-2 schedule which repeats every seven days, with all classes getting five meetings over the course of seven days. There are some days where I see two sections of the same class, but one of them is on their SECOND meeting of that seven-day cycle and the other is on their THIRD meeting of that seven-day cycle. I manually number them now, but it would be great not to have to do that.