Daily Bulletin allows you to replace assembly notices and daily notice sheets – making communication throughout your school clearer, easier and more efficient.

Its design is highly flexible and easy-to-use, so authorised users can create bulletin entries with a start and end date, category and title, and give out any information they want to, all in your school’s own style. They can also upload files and documents when needed, and send bulletins to other staff members for email confirmation before they are displayed. You can set a cut off time where required, with no limit to the number of categories you can create, and as it’s fully integrated with the iSAMS Digital Signage System bulletins can be displayed simultaneously on screens around the school.

You can even use RSS and XML feeds, add extra filters by category and send bulletins through third party applications.

Key Features
Simple Wizard

Users can add entries to the daily bulletin using a simple wizard. A bulletin entry consists of a start and end date, category or categories, title and body.

Additional Items

Add additional items, such as uploading files and documents, associate year groups and divisions, mark as high priority and choose publication options.

Optional Authorisation

Turn on optional authorisation so all bulletin entries must be authorised by specific users before being shown. Email alerts can be sent with simple yes or no buttons.

Cut Off Time

Configure cut off times so all entries must be added by a set time or the entry must wait until the next day.

Unlimited categories

Create an unlimited amount of categories to tag to entries.

Simple Management Interface

The module provides a simple management interface breaking the entries down into previous, yesterday, today, tomorrow and future.

Internal Intergrations

Display bulletins on screens around the school thanks to full integrations with the iSAMS Digital Signage System.

External Intergrations

RSS and XML feeds are available for all published entries. Filter the feeds further by categories. Then use these feeds to push bulletin entries into third party applications.