The ability to choose a range of days (ie. winter break, spring break) rather than put them in individually.3 votes
You can do that by going to the Off Day area from Planbooks:
We need to have a search bar so we can search for key words in our planbook..8 votes
We do have a search feature! You can see how to use it here:
Can have attachments linked via Google Drive239 votes
Link from the standards to the lessons that incorporate the standard.13 votes
We have that feature now. If you click the right column with the check mark it will show you all the plans that standard is used in.
Allow for the creation of folders in the cubby so plans stored in the cubby for classes or class periods can be organized.146 votes
Cubby folders are now available:
I would like to be able to attach both computer files and Google Drive files to my lesson plan without using a hyperlink.41 votes
It would be helpful to see what standards are used per quarter so we would need a time span between 2 dates. We will have to hand this in quarterly.38 votes
There is now an option to filter standards by a date range. You can read more about that here:
View one period for a month or a year to create a pacing guide for myself28 votes
You can do that from the month view:
I'd like to have a blank monthly calendar that I can edit and print so that I have an overview of events/etc. for that month. Maybe it could link to the weekly page as well.10 votes
We have a month view now:
It would be nice to be able to archive planbooks as opposed to completely deleting them. At times, I would like to be able to go back to old plans, but don't necessarily want all of my past planbooks cluttering up my dashboard.107 votes
We now support archiving planbooks, which will remove them from your list. You can read more here: http://help.planbookedu.com/knowledgebase/articles/897561
I would like to bump back only one period without messing up my other plans for that day. Maybe lock periods22 votes
You can now bump a single period in either direction. See here for more information: http://help.planbookedu.com/knowledgebase/articles/532009-bumping-a-single-period
I would like to keep track of how many days of school we're on, especially as we count to the 100th day of school and count down as we get close to the end of school. This could be added to the date feature.135 votes
To turn on the day count go to Planbooks then Edit your planbook. It’s in the Advanced Options area.
sometimes I have a lesson that flops, or I change the order of how I do them. It would be great to move backwards individual periods or classes, similar to how we can now bump a period forward.208 votes
See a short video of how to bump backwards here:
The monthly view is now live!
That way you can be mid-week and easily see where/when you are re: your plans.45 votes
The feature is now complete! See here for more information:
I make my plans publicly visible to my students do I have to keep tests/quizzes in another location. It would be great to be able to post the test on the correct day, but hide it from public view.55 votes
See here for more information: http://help.planbookedu.com/knowledgebase/articles/487021-hide-plans-when-sharing-planbook
Strikethrough is now available as a formatting option.
The Android app is ready! Search for PlanbookEdu in the Google Play store or click here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.planbookedu.planbookedulessonplanner&hl=en
You can now select up to 30 periods. We don’t recommend using that many if you plan on printing your plans.
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