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How Can I Create Online Parent’s-Teacher’s Meetings?

Updated on May 20, 2022

Online meetings, along with virtual classes, are necessary for an institution to fit into the new reality of the digital era. Especially when it concerns parent’s-teacher’s meetings. Classter has created a dedicated field to support this function (Figure 1). In the Teachers portal, the Student’/Parent’ Meeting URL field is available on the teacher’s “My Profile” page (Figure 1). The Teacher needs to add a URL address of a meeting room, this URL is found in the account page of a teacher’s Zoom, Webex, or Teams pages. The teacher can save the URL by clicking on the “Save” button in, top left corner of Figure 1.

Figure 1

Tip: Find additional information on how teachers can set their availability for meetings.

What else is there to do?

A meeting category of the type Online Meeting must be defined.

Logged in as an Admin, from the configuration menu, go to CRM Settings→Dropdown Lists. (Figure 2)

Figure 2

In the next window, from the Dropdown Lists select Dynamic Lists. (Figure 3)

Figure 3

From the list items, find Online meeting and click on Edit. (Figure 4)

Figure 4

In the pop-up window, the Online Meeting option must be switched on (Figure 5)

Figure 5

From the parent’s portal, parents can now schedule an online type meeting with the teachers. They can book a meeting based on their availability or based on the teacher’s availability. Take a look at this link so you may get more info about how parents can book a meeting with a teacher: Once a parent has completed the task of booking an online meeting with a teacher, the meeting will appear on the teacher’s calendar (Figure 6) and the parent’s calendar as well. The meeting URL will be automatically inserted. (Figure 7)

Figure 6

Figure 7

With Classter’ s online parents-teachers’ meetings, parents will always be up to date regarding their children’s progress!

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