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MIS Systems Thread, Lesson Monitor capabilities in Technical; Just noticed that those quick reports now have the status attached, so you don't necessarily need to go into the ...
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    Just noticed that those quick reports now have the status attached, so you don't necessarily need to go into the main record to alter the status if you want to mark it as resolved or follow up etc.

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    it's expanded to the left due to my screen width at the time.

    Next screen is just the message telling you it's done and more detail can be added in the main record, but it's not really needed now, which is cool.

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    Hiya

    I do that using SIMS for recording with right click in lesson monitor and use reports into excel.

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    Made reports for tracking a student, teacher, subject, by date.

    Hope it helps - email for more details.

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