Just like we can bump plans, can we bring them all back a day?6 votes
You can do that now. It will appear as an option when you clear a day. See the Reverse Bumping section here:
Ability to "undo" a "copy" or a "move"8 votes
You can do that now. The Undo link will appear in the box that you copied or moved to.
I have highlighted text in the lesson plan but when printing from the browser, the highlights don't show.2 votes
To fix that you need to turn on a setting in your browser before you print. The wording changes depending on your browser. It is usually a checkbox labeled “print background colors and images” in the print options.
A feature that keeps track of how many times you use each standard would make it easier to see what standards you have hit that year and how often.18 votes
You can view this now on the standards page:
It would be nice to be able to have a reoccuring activity/lesson/block of time and say to have it repeat on a specific day
Right now when I set up a block of time, I can set it to repeat every 5 days, that works if there aren't any holidays or days off. I would like to be able to set up a block of time to repeat on a specific day. For example my class has a block of time set for Library every Tuesday. I would like to be able to tell planbook to set that block of time for every Tuesday.14 votes
Make sure your planbook is set to the Weekly rotation. This will repeat plans on the same day regardless of off days. The 5 Day rotation option will adjust for off days.
When my partner and I work on our books, we collaborate. It would be really nice if while I am doing my plans, or visa versa, we could see what the other has planned too.5 votes
You can do that by opening the two planbooks in different browser windows or tabs.
be able to change the dates on last year plan book to adapt for following year. Then tweak plans accoring to students as the year goes alon
to be able to roll over last years plan book with this years dates. Then adapt for following year, by tweaking plans according to students as the year goes along.33 votes
You can do that by copying your old planbook when starting your new year. See here for more information:
In our clusters, we share work, so when one teacher has mapped out the semester for a course, it would be nice to be able to copy it and then make it your own and make adjustments.11 votes
You can email email@example.com and we’ll make a copy of the planbook to another account. We’ll need the person who created the planbook to email as well to verify that it is okay with them.
Search button to search for things in plan.10 votes
You can undo now. After making a change to a period an Undo option will appear in that box.
I can't see a date anywhere on the printed lesson plans.101 votes
You can do this now by changing the Day Title setting for your planbook:
The date will appear when you print as well.
My school is on a six day rotation. I would like to see the date and ABCDEF option at top of page20 votes
You can use the first period of your plans for your day label. See here for more information:
Teacher Notes or "Private" Notes. I share my plans but would love to have a section that does not show up when embedded on my website. I love that I can share my book, but would like the flexibility to make certain things private (such as when fire drills might be).4 votes
We have a notes area that isn’t included when you share your plans:
You can also hide individual plans when sharing:
Some classes & events are on weekends. These need planning space also.11 votes
See comment from helpful anonymous user on how do to this.
It’s still there. If the Sunday for “this week” isn’t part of your planbook it won’t appear. For example is your planbook start date is Tue, Sept 2nd the “this week” option won’t appear until the week of Sept 6th.
You can lock a plan using the padlock icon when you edit. Look for it above the planning area. When you click the icon it will toggle between locked and unlocked.
i would like an introductory lesson for using PlanbookEdu. I feel as if I am figuring everything out by trial and error.7 votes
We have some videos here for getting started: http://help.planbookedu.com/knowledgebase/topics/11180-videos
If you have other questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It would be nice to have the date listed at the top next to each day so I don't have to keep going to my other calendar to put in special events.3 votes
You can do that now. Go to “Planbooks” in your blue navigation bar, and then click “Edit” by the planbook you are working on.
Under Advanced Options, you will see a section to change the Day Title. There are several options to include the date.
In the standards drop down menu, have a check mark box by each so you can add multiple standards at one time. Like the CCSS Math prac.
Putting a check mark box by each standard so you can add multiple standards at the same time, rather than having to add them individually.17 votes
If you use the “+” icon (rather then searching) to select standards you can select multiple at a time.
I go into edit and want to add a link. but the insert link button is not able to be clicked on. Help!2 votes
You need to highlight the text you want to be the link first. Then the button will become active and you can insert the URL you are linking to.
The times for the class periods need to able to key them in as most classes do not fall on the half hour.9 votes
Do you mean for the syncing to Google feature? You can enter an time you’d like. Just select the closest half hour and then edit it to be the time you need.
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