The purpose of a button is to take a user to another page to get specific information, whether that be to a different page in the app, on the internet, or a 3rd party page (such as a lunch payment site). Some buttons are default buttons, and take users to other places within the app. These types of buttons cannot be deleted, nor can buttons that link to within the app be created.
- The Stream button brings all the newest information from the app to one single place. You can view upcoming calendar events, recent notifications, recent news topics and posts/tweets, and images.
- The Notifications button contains all the district and school notifications that were sent. Access this button to view the notifications.
- The Calendar button is the place where all calendars (excepting calendars that are designated as cafeteria calendars) are stored.
- You can choose what calendars to view.
- The Directory button allows you to see specific information regarding staff members and organizations.
- The News button contains all the news feeds.
- You can choose what feeds to view from what schools.
- The Tip Line button is the place where users can go to submit a tip, especially concerning bullying.
- The Photos button is the place where all images are stored.
- Users can choose what feeds they want to see from what schools.
- The Student Info button is where you go to log into the app.
- Logging into the app allows you to view student information. Depending on the district/school configuration, you can view upcoming assignments, missed assignments, grades, classes, lunch balances, and library balances.
- The Sports button is where all sports information is stored, including scores, websites, and news.
- You can choose what to follow at what schools.
- The Superintendent button is where information is stored regarding the superintendent. This includes a biography and any news feeds.
- The School Finder button allows you to see what school boundaries you reside in.
- The Lunch Menu button is the place where lunch calendars are stored.
- The Facebook button allows you to navigate and view all the Facebook feeds that are in the system in a Facebook format.
- You can choose what Facebook page to look at. Only one can be viewed at a time.
- The Twitter button allows you to navigate and view all the Twitter feeds that are in the system in a Twitter format.
- You can choose what Twitter account to look at. Only one can be viewed at a time.
- The YouTube button allows you to navigate and view all the YouTube feeds that are in the system in a YouTube format.
- The Resources button is a place where school and district administrators can store web links and PDF files.
- You can view the resources available.