What your students see and experience
Before bringing your students into your Ubindi, you'll probably want to know what the experience is going to be like for them. Well, that's easy: rather than creating a separate 'test account' as a student, simply go to your public schedule page where you can see and experience everything your students do.
On your public page, you can not only see what your schedule looks like — you can actually follow yourself or sign up for one of your own classes. Doing either will add you as a student to your own students list.
As a student of yourself, you can do all of the following:
- 'follow' yourself to become a student of yourself
- tag your student-self
- send your student-self an email
- accept your own waiver as your student
- register for one of your classes (you can even pay for it, if you want)
- edit your own student record, add notes about yourself, etc.
Before playing around as a student, it's best to have created a couple of classes, perhaps have set up a class pass
, and have enabled payments
. That way, you can get the "full student experience".
Ubindi gives you a lot of flexibility when it comes to setting up class payments
. So you might create a couple of different 'scenarios' to check out the registration process as your own student (for example, you could create a donation
-based class, a "payment optional" class, and maybe set up a class pass
that you connect to a class).
If you've become your own student, you can always remove yourself from your student list, of course (use the little ellipsis next to your name on your list of students).
Once you're happy with things, you can then invite students
to register for your classes on your schedule page — or you can import
a student list directly onto Ubindi, too. If you're worried about anything else, maybe have a quick look at Ubindi's privacy and data policy for students
(here's the short version: "you're in control"). But if you still have questions or any concerns about what your students experience on Ubindi, please get in touch
Testing Ubindi as a student
Before adding all your classes to your Ubindi page, and inviting your students to register you'll probably want to give it a 'test drive' as a student. That's easy! You don't need to create a separate account to test Ubindi as a student, you can do ...
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 subscription, or pay for class... all this gets counted as the student's history. You can see ...
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 ...
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 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 ...