Many of our clients run Summer sessions. A great way to differentiate these classes from your other classes is with the Session/Group label. If you'd like to set up a separate Session/Group label for your Summer season, start by going into Preferences > Class Session/Groups and adding something like "Summer" or if you want to really specific, "Summer 2017" (or whatever you'd prefer to call the session). Once you've created your Class Sessions/Groups, you can then label any of your existing or new classes. Once a class is labeled, you can then use that label to filter classes on reports, class listings, Web site listings, your online class stores and more.
Planning & Building Your Classes
Before you begin creating the classes that you will need to fill your schedule, you'll need a basic understanding of how classes are created in ClassJuggler.
Classes are constructed in a four step process (with an optional 5th & 6th step). You can also use the Mass Copy Class feature, talked about in our May 2013 newsletter, to speed setting up new classes by using your expired classes as templates. The steps for building a new class are:
The four "step indicators" in the upper right of the class maintenance screen, show your status in completing the mandatory steps required to create a class (the fifth and sixth steps are optional). Once the fourth step is completed, a flashing "Offer Class" action button appears, letting you know you can offer the class, which will take the class from inactive to active status and open the class for enrollment.
Once your new summer classes are built and offered, you are ready to begin taking enrollments for your summer sessions!
— Article by: Jon Koerber of ClassJuggler
We are making good progress on the rewrite of the Customer Self-Service Portal. We've completed the new customer registration process, and several of the family record maintenance screens are finished as well. As mentioned in our April 2017 Newsletter, we are still looking for more ClassJuggler clients who are interested in helping to beta test and provide feedback on the new customer portal before it goes live.
If you would like to be included in the early beta-testing for the self-service portal, please contact our support team and ask about participating in the new Self-Service Center rollout.
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