Track Classes, Notes And Assignments With SemesterPlanner
Last updated on May 7th, 2020
SemesterPlanner is a web service which acts as your personalized learning management system for keeping track of your classes, assignments, notes and documents. Many online portals provided by universities can be quite inadequate and it can be hard to customize them to keep track of important events or to save documents online. This is where SemesterPlanner can help you customize and track your important events and documents throughout the semester. Whether you require checking out your weekly class schedule or need to see when your PowerPoint presentation might be due, SemesterPlanner can help you track all that with ease.
SemesterPlanner can be accessed by signing up for a free account, after which you can begin configuring details about your semester from the Dashboard.
Add And Track Your Semester
From the Dashboard students can create and maintain various semesters. This can not only be helpful to see your current schedule but also for revisiting your old semester anytime. To add a new semester to your schedule, go to the Semesters tab and enter semester details (e.g. Semester Title and Season).
Add Courses To Track Classes
After a semester has been added, you can add courses and specify a schedule for them. This can help you track your classes by selecting a semester (from the Semesters tab) and going to View Classes.
Add And Track Assignments
Similarly, you can add and track your assignments to check your schedule using SemesterPlanner anytime. Organizing assignment and related semester details in such a way can help you check your schedule on the go to ensure that you are able to submit your projects on time. As you can see from the image given below, you can easily track upcoming, late and complete assignments to see at a glance what projects may be in need of immediate attention.
Create And Share Notes
The Notes tab can be used to add and save notes. You can also share your notes to collaborate with class fellows. You can use the built in editor to create and make changes to notes, add list items, highlight important areas and more.
The free version of SemesterPlanner is limited to one semester, however you can upgrade for a nominal amount to remove all restrictions.
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