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Class Tracker

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Congregate can help you track and find what Bible classes have been taught during any given period and view any uploaded materials used.

Creating a Class

    1. To create a class, click “New” under Congregation Tools > Class Tracker inside of Congregate Admin.
    2. If you have any materials related to this class to upload, click the “Upload Files” button to upload them and associate them with this class.
    3. Select the date for your class.
    4. Provide a title for your class in the “Title” field.
    5. Select the grade level in the “Grade Level” dropdown menu, or click the “Add New” button to add a grade level.
    6. Select any applicable topic(s) this class relates to in the “Topics” section, click the “Add New” button to add a topic.
    7. Select the teacher(s) of this class in the “Teachers” section, click the “Add New” button to add a teacher.
    8. Enter any additional notes or comments in the “Notes/Comments” field.
    9. Click “Add” to save your class. Click “Cancel” to cancel.

Managing Classes

To add, edit, or remove classes, click “Manage” under Congregation Tools > Class Tracker inside of Congregate Admin. There you will find a list of all your classes.

Click “New” to add a class.

To edit a class, simply click its title or edit icon.

To permanently remove a class, click its trashcan icon.

To see a front-end display of the class and its details, click its display icon.

To bulk update classes, check the checkboxes next to the applicable classes and select the following from the “Checkbox Options” dropdown menu: delete, make active, make inactive. Then click “Apply.”

Displaying/Viewing the Class Tracker

To display the class tracker, select the members only page you wish to display your classes on via the “Class Tracker Page” selection dropdown on the “Options” page under Congregation Tools > Class Tracker in Congregate Admin.

If you do not wish to show the class tracker, simply select “None.”

Topics

Classes can be classified under one or more topics.

To add, edit, or remove topics, click “Topics” under Congregation Tools > Class Tracker inside of Congregate Admin. There you will find a list of all your topics.

Click “New” to add a topic. Enter the name of the topic and click “Add.”

To edit a topic, simply click its title or edit icon.

To permanently remove a topic, click its trashcan icon.

To bulk update topics, check the checkboxes next to the applicable topics and select the following from the “Checkbox Options” dropdown menu: delete. Then click “Apply.”

Teachers

One or more teachers can be assigned to each class.

To add, edit, or remove teachers, click “Teachers” under Congregation Tools > Class Tracker inside of Congregate Admin. There you will find a list of all your teachers.

Click “New” to add a teacher. Enter the name of the teacher and click “Add.”

To edit a teacher, simply click his or her name or edit icon.

To permanently remove a teacher, click his or her trashcan icon.

To bulk update teachers, check the checkboxes next to the applicable teachers and select the following from the “Checkbox Options” dropdown menu: delete. Then click “Apply.”

Grade Levels

Each class must be assigned a grade level. Levels are customizable and may include items like adult, college, high school, first grade, second grade, etc.

To add, edit, or remove blog categories, click “Grade Levels” under Congregation Tools > Class Tracker inside of Congregate Admin. There you will find a list of all your grade levels.

Click “New” to add a new grade level. Enter the name of the grade level and click “Add.”

To edit a grade level, simply click its title or edit icon.

To permanently remove a grade level, click its trashcan icon.

To bulk update grade levels, check the checkboxes next to the applicable grade levels and select the following from the “Checkbox Options” dropdown menu: delete. Then click “Apply.”

Options

Use the dropdown menu to select the page you wish the class tracker to appear on. If you do not wish to use the class tracker, select “None” from the dropdown menu to disable it.

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