That's easy! You don't need to create a separate account to test Ubindi as a student, you can do everything from your teacher profile.
So as a teacher, when you go to your public page, you can follow yourself (this adds yourself to your student list). After that, as your own student you can register for one of your classes (with or without payment, or by donation). You can buy one of your class passes
, or subscriptions
. You can see your own student detail page and assign yourself a pass, which you can then use to register for class.
You can also tag yourself,
send yourself an email
, unregister from class, and even click 'join class now' when class starts (although that last part will open your own zoom (or whatever else you use for your online classes) so it won't be fully successful unless you have 2 different zoom accounts).
So basically, you can test everything, and see first hand what your students see!
Just be aware that, as you test things, you'll be getting the emails you would receive both as teacher and as students to the same email address.
So for example when you test registering for a class you'll receive an email for teachers that tells you that you have a new class registration + another email for the student confirming that you've registered for class.
Obviously, your students only get the emails meant for students, and you only get the ones meant for teachers.
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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, ...
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 ...