When students register
for class in advance, when you mark them as present in the attendance
list, if they don't show up for class, if they buy a pass
, or pay
for class... all this gets counted as the student's history.
You can see your most loyal students, and your list of no-shows your student dashboard (where you see all your list of students).
You can also find additional information on a student by going to this student's detail page. From your student's dashboard, just click on any student's name, to get to their detail page.
If you're on the Essential or Pro plan, you can export all your students' transactions, history and data. Go to your settings page (from the drop-down menu at the top right) and click this button:
This includes several spreadsheets containing data pertaining to subscriptions, passes, videos, classes, and of course your full student list.
Editing student information
You can manage all sorts of information for individual students. In most cases, you can do this quickly and easily from your "Students" dashboard simply by clicking (or tapping) the 3 small dots at the top right of the student card: Student tags ...
Student data protection & privacy
Your student information belongs to you You always have complete control over all of your student data, as they are considered your "property". When you add a student, their information is never shared with any other party. While your student may ...
Student referral program
Grow your student list with referrals You can activate a student referral program on Ubindi to help grow your business, by leveraging word-of-mouth from the people who know and love what you do. Essentially, you can reward existing students with a ...
Testing the student experience
Before inviting your students to use your Ubindi system, you'll probably want to really check out what the experience is going to be like for them. Well, that's easy! You don't have to create a separate 'test account' as a student... simply visit ...
How to offer a free class to new students
You can use your student referral program the same way your students can... so there's a little trick for you to offer a free trial class to new students. This is an easy way for you to promote your classes to new potential clients on social media ...