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For schools using ManageBac to track attendance, lesson periods with locations can be bulk imported via Classes > See All Classes > Import Timetable.
Create a spreadsheet listing your classes in the format shown above. Select Download the CSV to get started.
In most cases, class IDs will be stored in your school database or student information system.
As configured in Attendance Settings, the columns after Class ID represent each weekday or rotation day. There should only be one row for each day.
For Weekdays (Column B), Monday is day 1, Tuesday is 2, Wednesday is 3, etc. For Rotation Days, simply add the rotation day number (e.g. 1, 2, 3, etc.)
Note: Use the Existing Timetable Export as reference for current class rosters. Navigate to Classes > See All Classes > Export Timetables to Excel. Reference the Import Format sheet at the bottom.
Upload the CSV and review the timetable before clicking Proceed to complete the import.
Classes cannot be successfully imported if the class ID does not match exactly what is listed as the class ID in ManageBac. Reference the Class IDs for the whole school via Classes > See all classes > Export to Excel. Fix any Class IDs that do not match the Class IDs on your account and click Upload new CSV to retry.
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