Do my students have to sign up?
When you add your students to your list, they're not required or invited to sign up to Ubindi.
Your students can see your class schedule on your Ubindi page.
You can send your students messages through Ubindi and, since these go directly to their email inbox, they don't need to sign up to read them, or respond to them.
Similarly, you can take class attendance without anyone needing to sign up.
There are however a few cases when your students will need to sign up, because you will want to know who they are if they do any of the following:
- register for class
- pay for class or for a video
- buy a pass or subscription
- contact you on your Ubindi page
- follow you on Ubindi
Importing a list of students
Rather than adding students one by one to your Ubindi, you can import a list to add them all in one swoop. Simply email your list to email@example.com (in any format). Student List Requirements Any format is fine (Excel, Word, Text document, CSV, ...
Emailing students who registered for a class
You can email students registered for a specific class before class starts or after the class is already over. This is useful if you need to cancel class, or if you want to send some materials to all the people who registered for class (like a class ...
Tags and organizing students
Tags let you organize students into groups and subgroups On your student list, your students are neatly arranged by first name. But what if you want to see just your "beginners"? Or people who come on Thursdays? Or "seniors"? This is where tags come ...
How emailing students works
Ubindi lets you send emails to some or all of your students in simple and reliable ways. When you send an email through Ubindi, it goes to your students' email inbox. When your students reply it goes directly to your email inbox. There's no ...
Getting your students onto Ubindi
Ubindi offers simple admin tools for teachers: class registrations, tracking attendance, managing passes and credits, and emailing... all a breeze with all your students neatly organized on your dashboard... but how to get students into Ubindi in the ...