Maintain your School Schedule using the Amazing Fedena Calendar

Maintain your School Schedule using the Amazing Fedena Calendar
Maintaining a calendar in your institute is highly recommendable particularly when you have to deal with a lot of holidays, upcoming examinations, fee due dates and many other important events coming up. We have an excellent alternative to the traditional mode of calendar maintenance – Fedena Calendar.

To reach the Fedenacalendar, you need to login with your admin account and go to ‘More’ and then to ‘Calendar’. It will take you to the ‘Calendar’ page as shown below:
As you can see in the screenshot, you can actually mark ‘Events’, ‘Examinations’ ‘Holidays’ and ‘Dues’ as well.
How to create an event
When you need to let your students and teachers know about an upcoming event like annual function or annual sports in your institution, you can create ‘Events’ and it will come in the calendar. For this, you need to go to ‘More’ and then to ‘Event Creation’ in order to create a new event.  It will take you to the Event creation page:
Here, you need to put the start and end date of the event to be created along with the title like ‘Annual school function’ and a little description with it. If the event is a holiday, then click on ‘Is Holiday?’ and if clicked, it will be marked in green in the respected date in the calendar. If in case, it’s not selected, the event will be marked in black in the calendar. Next, you need to select if the event is meant for all and if its yes, just click to the option ‘Event common to all’. But if it’s not meant for all, then there is no need to select the option and you have to click on ‘Create Event’ which will further take you to another page to select the batch and department you want to direct the message to.
Thus, the event will be updated in the calendar and can be viewed by selected people. When you go to calendar, on selecting the respective color of events, you get the details about it on the right hand side of the page as shown below:
In the same way, you need to create exams using the ‘Examinations’ option in ‘More’ and fees dues can be created by selecting ‘Fees’ in ‘Finance’ option after you select ‘More’.
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