MyConferenceTime has a goal of syncing teacher data with school information systems. Will you please spare two minutes to answer questions about which system your school uses to manage student and staff information?
MyConferenceTime added a quick way of viewing/printing a report of students who are signed up for conferences. Using the Schedule Summary, MyConferenceTime admins can view/download/print a list of the students who are signed up for conferences on one schedule, a few schedules, or all schedules.
School principals and counselors often need a way to view all students who are signed up for conferences. It's still possible to search directly on the site or download a spreadsheet of all conference information, but this new option provides a fast method to view student names, conference times, and parent names in a printer-friendly format.
MyConferenceTime now supports schedule-specific read/write privileges for staff members.
Scenario 1: If a staff member should not be able to see the names of students on a specific schedule, the staff member's rights for that schedule can be set to "hide student names." Yet the same staff member can have "read/write/delete" permissions for other schedules.
Scenario 2: If a department chair needs editing permission for schedules belonging to 3 teachers in her department, the department chair can be assigned editing permissions for the 3 schedules (similar to having admin rights for these 3 schedules) but have standard permissions for the other schedules at the school.
Permissions for specific schedules override the account-wide read-only, staff-level or mid-level privileges that each staff member has by default. Admins are not affected by schedule-specific permissions.