SIMS change requests - Vote please!
Please have a look at my SIMS.net change requests that I have logged on SupportNet http://support.capitaes.co.uk/user/home.asp.
All requests pertain to Assessment Manager 7. If you think any of them are worthwhile and you have a spare minute, please vote for them.
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0810-420532 Add custom columns as global extra info in marksheets
It would be very useful to be able to customise which aspects were available as extra info on all marksheets (like 'reg group', 'year group', etc). For example, all teachers want to know things like raw CAT data, so I it would make life easier if these could be toggled on and off in marksheets
0810-420537 Save customised functions like nested if then else
I have created a marksheet that is used for tracking pupil progress. I have had to create scores of templates with the same nested if-then-else functions. A lot of time could be save if functions could be saved and recalled (then edited if need be). Even the ability to copy and paste an aspect name in a nested if-then-else query would be useful.
0810-420542 Grade distribution as summary
Marksheets are often created for SLT analysis. A major process of this analysis is looking at grade distributions. It would be very helpful if grade distribution of columns could be toggled on and off like 'Summary' is currently.
0810-420546 Colour columns at template level.
It would be very useful to be able to customise marksheets at the the template level (specifically colouring columns). Marksheet owners should then see these colours as default and have the ability to modify the colours if necessary.
0810-420554 Bulk modification of aspects in a template
It would be very useful to be able to bulk modify aspects in a template. Specifically, being able to select a set of aspects and change the results set (for use after cloning a template). And the ability to select multiple aspects and move them up and down the list (or having a more intuative GUI that allowed aspects to be 'dragged' up and down the list).