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The basics of the Planner

What is it

The planner in iDoceo is a convenient way to add and edit annotations and files to the diary of each class.
All your scheduled classes for a given day or week will be shown at once, and you'll easily be able to add your notes.

Where is it

The planner is only available when working in full-size mode. Full-size mode was introduced in iDoceo 3 and offers a complete integration between the schedule / planner / calendar and the diary of each class.

The details explained here iDoceo working modes

Once in full-screen mode you'll have access to the planner on the ruler (both week and day) and inside each class on the red ribbon shown below

If you'd like to access the planner from the main screen with a single tap, enable this option shown here (main screen / options)

How does it look like

The week planner

The day planner

Timeline view

My weeks are not from Monday to Friday

From the main screen / Options / Working days you'll be able to enable/disable the days of the week

How does the planner know which classes are scheduled for a week/day

The planner gathers that information from your calendar. In the calendar you can add your holidays, periods, cycles, etc.
You'll find the details here : How to: Replicate a week (or weeks) in the calendar

How to go to a class from the planner

Tap&hold on a period, then 'Open class'

The planner is not showing all my scheduled periods

From the main screen / Settings / Periods, you'll have this option shown here

When printing the planner, only a portion of text is shown

Tap on export, scroll down the list of options select a larger page size (x1.5 or x2 is recommended). This will allow more text to fit in the PDF file.

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