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Archive or Un-archive a Class

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At the end of the school year, if students will remain in the school (such as moving from second grade to third grade), you will want to “Archive” the class. This removes the class from the parent’s account while keeping the student and the parent in the School Directory. Other teachers in your school will then be able to add students (and their parents) from the School Directory to their new class. Old Story and Portfolio posts will remain in the parent’s account.

    1. Go to your teacher account dashboard
    2. Click on the gear icon in the top right corner of the class tile
    3. Click “Finish class”
    4. Click “Archive class” in the pop-up box 
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 If you have accidentally archived your class, you can “un-archive” it at any time!

To Un-archive a Class:

  1. Click on the "Your archived classes" link below your classes in your dashboard to bring up all archived classes
  2. Click on the name of the class you'd like to recall and you'll see the class tile reappear on your dashboard
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Please see the video below on how you can Archive a class using the website!

 

 

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iOS

At the end of the school year, if students will remain in the school (such as moving from second grade to third grade), you will want to “Archive” the class. This removes the class from the parent’s account while keeping the student and the parent in the School Directory. Other teachers in your school will then be able to add students (and their parents) from the School Directory to their new class. Old Story and Portfolio posts will remain in the parent’s account.

  1. Open your class
  2. Click on the 3 dot menu in the top right corner of your class screen
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  3. Select "Finish class" at the bottom of the dropdown list 
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  4. Select "Archive class" in the pop-up screen 
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If you have accidentally archived your class, you can “un-archive” it at any time!

To Un-archive a Class:

  1. From your dashboard, click on “Archived classes” from underneath the “Classes” heading
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  2. Find the class you want to un-archive and click "Restore"

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  3. Select the “X” to go back to your dashboard and select the class to enter it again

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 Can't find what you're looking for? Check out our video tutorials and webinars here!
 Still have questions? Get in touch! Email us at hello@classdojo.com

Android

At the end of the school year, if students will remain in the school (such as moving from second grade to third grade), you will want to “Archive” the class. This removes the class from the parent’s account while keeping the student and the parent in the School Directory. Other teachers in your school will then be able to add students (and their parents) from the School Directory to their new class. Old Story and Portfolio posts will remain in the parent’s account.

  1. Open your class
  2. Click on the 3 dot button in the top right corner of your class screen
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  3. Select "Finish Class" at the bottom of the dropdown list
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  4. Select "Archive class" in the pop-up screen
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If you have accidentally archived your class, you can “un-archive” it at any time!

To Un-archive a Class:

  1. From your dashboard, click on “ARCHIVED CLASSES” from underneath the “Classes” heading
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  2. Find the class you want to un-archive, click the checkmark box, and tap "UNARCHIVE"
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 Can't find what you're looking for? Check out our video tutorials and webinars here!
 Still have questions? Get in touch! Email us at hello@classdojo.com

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