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This application allows you to: - Create a weekly schedule with great ease, requiring only enter the start and end time, the room, and the appropriate day of the week of a particular subject. From that schedule it is possible to access all the information on a particular subject (teachers, tests, works). - Having multiple schedulers simultaneously, each with their respective subjects. - Note test dates, works and other tasks. - Save disciplines grades and create the respective charts. - Change the graphic scale. - sync with Skydrive in Pro version Version 2.2 - New features: - Possibility to set the duration of the classes - Sync with SkyDrive to backup and restore the data from the application. (PRO). - Added more Live Tiles that each shows the information of the next work, tests and assignments. - The weekly schedule automatically sorts disciplines. - Increased the total number of subjects. Version 2.1 - New features: - Now you can choose a color for each subject. - Added the Live tile, which displays the information of the next lesson. - Fixed Bugs: - Sliding of the panorama. - Slide vertical and horizontal of the schedule. - Blocking application in certain circumstances. Version 2.0: - Added more space for the weekly schedule. - Corrected bugs. - Restructuring of the layout (Panorama) - On the home page appears next class, next work, tests and assignments.

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Published by

Nuno Miranda

Copyright

Student Organizer

Developed by

Nuno Miranda

Release date

10/28/2012

Approximate size

3.71 MB

Age rating

For all ages

Category

Education

Installation

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported

English (United States)
English (United Kingdom)
Français (France)
Português (Brasil)
Português (Portugal)

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Student Organizer support

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