Sometimes you will need to add another section or subject to your timetable. This may be needed if you're given another class at a later date after setting up your semester.
This article will help you do this with easy to follow steps!
Select the menu icon in the top left-hand corner of the page.
Under the Planboard option, select Timetable.
You will now see your timetable.
On the left-hand side, you'll notice the list of your sections. Sections that are already on your timetable will be labeled in green as "Scheduled", while those that are not yet on your timetable are labeled as red "Unscheduled".
Note: If you haven't yet created the subject or section that you would like to add to your Timetable click here.
Click on the section you would like to schedule. This popup will appear for you to select the start and end times of the section, as well as the rotation days that you have this section in your timetable.
Note: You cannot overlap sections in your timetable.
Select Schedule Class.
This new section will now appear on the timetable.
Save your changes using the Save button to the top right of your timetable. It will also tell you the amount of changes that you have made to your timetable.
And you're done!
Note: Changes will take effect from today moving forward. Past dates will not be impacted.
Other Useful Tips:
This article talks about adding Subjects and Sections to your Timetable however there are other things you can do within this view so that your rotation schedule is exactly as you want it.
- Remove classes - If you need to take a class away from one of your blocks, simply select it and click the X in the upper right of the class.
- Move classes - If the times for one or more blocks has changed and you need to move them around there are two ways you can accomplish that. Simply click on the block in question and a dialog will come up allowing you to change the start and end times. Alternatively you can drag and drop the block to its new day and time.
Note: Blocks cannot overlap so be sure to make room for your changed block before moving it.