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Planner Imports 6 years 11 months ago #3804

  • JayDee
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Loving iDoceo, most of the staff at my school are using it :) Just a little query about the planner: one has to manually type it in for each class, right?

Is there a chance we could import a template from, say, Word into our planners? That would be massively helpful, as our school is insisting on including Objectives, Content, Differentials etc, so to already have that in would be remarkable helpful.

It may be a long shot, just thought I'd ask :)

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Planner Imports 6 years 11 months ago #3812

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Hi JayDee,
We'll have some sort o templates in the long term, but what most of our users actually do is to directly store that Word or PDF file in the planner, not for editing, but as an archive.
You can do that either from Dropbox, Pages, Numbers, or any other app, just 'Open In' iDoceo, and store that file in a class for a given date. You'll then be able to review that file within iDoceo
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