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TOPIC: Sections vs. classes

Sections vs. classes 4 years 4 months ago #6496

For the first time, I teach two sections of the same class. I want to be able to write my plan for Section A in my diary, (it meets M,T,W,TH) and have it automatically show up in my Section B class on T,W,TH, F without having to copy each item.

Does this exist? Does anyone have a work-around?

I love my iDoceo but this is a BIG time suck for me to write and/or copy everything twice.
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Sections vs. classes 4 years 4 months ago #6499

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Hi eliciacardenas,
I'm afraid it isn't possible to do that yet. I'm guessing you've seen the options to copy a particular lesson (tap on options button next to a lesson) or a date range to other classes (from diary view > Tools)
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