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Week of April 23rd & 30th Software Announcements

Hi, everyone. We hope you’re having a great week so far. Here are a few updates from this past two weeks:

  • In the new version, the previous balance was not calculating correctly on generated invoices but are now matching transactions in the billing area.
  • In the new version, lessons changes that are marked for a non-billable status in the Edit Attendance area (i.e. cancelled, late, rescheduled), were still being invoiced for some teachers. This has been resolved and going forward, lessons changes marked as non-billable will not show as money owed on invoices.
  • When adding a fee or a payment from the Attendance page in the calendar, notes were not always saving. That has been resolved so your notes will be visible and save properly.

Did you know that you and your students can record audio and video on the app?

If you haven’t downloaded the Android or iPhone app to your mobile device yet, we encourage you to do so! We’ve heard from several teachers that calling a student from their contacts list while they’re out, to checking schedules on the go, and tracking mileage for lessons outside the studio have been a lifesaver. Here’s a list of everything you can do with the app.

The app also has some functionality only found on the mobile device, such as the ability for you and your students to record audio and video. These recordings are then automatically uploaded your File area to view. Read this article on more specifics for recording audio and video.
If you have any questions for us or experience any issues, please reach out to support@musicteachershelper.com. Happy teaching!

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