The Class Enrollees Report now has the ability to compare the actual enroll date of the student to the date range provided. The original version of the report was focused only on students who were enrolled in a given date period, not on the actual date they were enrolled. The new version now allows you to report on new enrollees in a period as apposed to just seeing who was enrolled in a given period of time.
This capability has been a much-requested feature update and was the topic of one of our September Webinars. If you missed it, be on the lookout for the Class Enrollees Report webinar on our YouTube Channel. We'll post the link to it on Facebook and Twitter when it's available.
Did you know you can track skills for students in ClassJuggler just as easily as you can track attendance? Well you can, and this may be a feature that you haven't discovered yet.
Skills can be tracked in groups by class, or simply added to a student's record as they master them. To explore this useful feature you'll first need to set up a list of skills under the Preferences > Skills Management screen. Then you can choose to add groups of skills for classes that require students to master skills for advancement or simply track them individually on each student's record. Check out our skills maintenance and class skills help guide pages for tips on using this great feature.
Our next trade show will be the United Dance Merchants Association (UDMA) being held at the New Jersey Convention & Exhibition Center in Edison, NJ on October 19 and 20, 2019. This is one of the largest annual shows for dance studio owners and staff providing you with access to over 100 vendors! We hope to see some of our newer and long-standing ClassJuggler's at the show.
Plan on stopping by to say hello if you are attending this huge show.
You may have a list of what to do to get your home ready for the winter, but do you do these things at your class-based business?
Do (or have done) these things so you are not dealing with any issues once the cold weather comes:
Obviously, not all of these items will apply to your business if you lease, but some still might! And since you don't want business stoppage from building damage, it's good to keep an eye on these things even if your business location's landlord is not.
— Partially sourced from the Washington Post
National Fire Prevention Week, the week of October 9 each year, commemorates the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
National Fire Prevention Week is observed in the United States and Canada. In the United States, the first Presidential proclamation of Fire Prevention Week was made in 1925 by President Calvin Coolidge.
The Great Chicago Fire was one of the worst disasters in U.S. history. The fire began on October 8, 1871 and burned for two days, until October 10th. Much of the city was destroyed in the fire.
ClassJuggler offers free online classes and video training to its clients and demo users.
Our Webinar schedule for October is:
Customer Support will be closed for holidays on the following upcoming dates:
These dates are also visible on your sign-in screen.
Whether you're a brand-new customer or a seasoned client, you may have questions on how to best utilize ClassJuggler for your business. Our Customer Support Specialists are never more than a phone call or email away.
Give us a call at (866) 214-6128 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Support hours are Mon–Fri from 8am–5pm PT.
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