On October 7, we made a huge update to the core code platform that runs ClassJuggler. You can read more about that update in our October newsletter. This was a sweeping update touching every piece of software in ClassJuggler. While we were a bit nervous about the release of this update, due to its enormous scope, we are pleased to report that we have had no noteworthy bugs or issues reported since the update. Huzzah!
A powerful feature of ClassJuggler is its ability to handle prorated billing, both for calculated class occurrences during a month and for "closed" days on your calendar. Prorated billing is handled at the time of enrollment for all three supported tuition types: monthly, per class, and total. That's great, but what about handling prorated fees during an ongoing monthly billing cycle when posting new tuition? Checking the "Prorate Monthly Tuition Charges" option from the Billing > Post Tuition screen can handle this for you. This is an optional feature that you can check when running your Post Tuition billing cycle step.
Additionally, when ClassJuggler prorates tuition for per class or monthly-based tuition, it adds a detailed secondary description to the transaction explaining how it calculated any prorated discounts. This is very handy when you need to determine why a certain amount was posted for a particular family.
Some important considerations:
It has been only a couple months since hurricane Florence struck the southeast coast, less than a month that Michael arrived in Florida, and California continues to suffer from years of drought and fire. In support of these urgent needs, ClassJuggler is providing relief funding to those affected by the damage by donating to the American Red Cross, and we encourage you to do so likewise. At the Red Cross Disaster Relief website, you can get info on how to donate by mail, online, or by phone.
As a reminder, ClassJuggler will also provide a 50% fee reduction for each client affected by these disasters, until they can get back on their feet. Please contact us for details if you've been affected.
Having trouble disabling your pop-up blocker when using ClassJuggler? This is a necessary tweak to your web browser software, and if not handled correctly can cause confusion and make it seem like ClassJuggler is not working.
We get lots of calls from users who are having problems because their Web browser software is blocking ClassJuggler's alerts and confirmation windows. It's easy to identify the cause of the problem, because ClassJuggler can actually detect when you have pop-up blocking enabled and presents you with a warning right when you sign-in.
Disabling your pop-up blocker in Safari, Chrome, or Firefox is easy and will fix your problems in a jiffy.
Important: Web browsers like Internet Explorer/Edge, UC Browser, and other lesser known browsers are not supported, so use at your own risk.
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Give us a call at (866) 214-6128 or email email@example.com. Support hours are Mon–Fri from 8am–5pm PT.
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