Calendar Manager makes life simpler by giving you everything you need to set up and control you school’s calendar – keeping you on top of every single school event, all year round.
The module allows you to create multiple calendars, under different categories in daily, weekly, monthly and termly views, with the option of other filters when you need them. You can then use the simple step-by-step wizard to organise multiple or recurring calendar events, and set it up so only authorised users can access, change and publish the calendar.
Calendars can be converted to Excel and CSV formats with one click and you can import them from Excel spreadsheets too. Calendar Manager is also completely compatible with SQL Server Reporting Services, you can use XML feeds for all published events, and because it integrates fully with iSAMS desktop, portals and Digital Signage System, you can share calendars and display them around the entire school.
Calendars & Categories
Ability to create multiple calendars, categories and subcategories to organise calendar events.
Set authorisation rules by calendar so users can run their own calendars. Enable authorisation to send email to ask relevant users for permission to publish.
Set publication rules at calendar and individual event level to customise where an event can appear.
Simple step-by-step wizards for the creation of single or multiple calendar events, and for creating recurring events.
Ability to display calendar events in daily, weekly, monthly and termly views with additional filtering functionality.
Export & Import
A simple one click export routine to Excel or CSV formats. A basic routine allowing the import of calendar events from an Excel spread sheet.
Full integration with the iSAMS desktop and all iSAMS portals to enable sharing of published calendar events. Full integration with the iSAMS Digital Signage System so calendars can be displayed on screens around the school.
XML feeds are available for all published events – these can be used to push events into third party applications and a school’s external website.