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What's new in version 2010
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Timetables online
Timetables online is a web-based extension of the timetabling application. It offers several features that will help you with sharing the timetables, online backups, teachers daily plans, publishing substitution information and more. Everything is secured, hosted on aSc Servers, so that you do not need to maintain your web-server to get these new features.

For a complete description please check this article:
aSc TimeTables Online - Features

New generation mode - Draft

A new generation mode called 'draft' has been added. This can help you in early stages of timetable generation. It allows you to turn off or on whole groups of constraints and try to generate the draft timetable.
Generate draft timetable

Context verification and constraints

You can now select one or more objects, for example a few classes and display only the problems in the timetable related to the selected classes. Same for teachers, subjects etc. Similar function was added to display the constraints the software is checking for each object.
Verify just one class/teachers/subject

Distribution per week/per two weeks

We have extended the card distribution per week options. For each subject you can now specify the default behavior.
Of course you can still input the exact numbers on how many days/how many times per day, by using the card-relationships, however the new default values are much easier to input and shall cover the most situations.
Modifying the default card distribution per week for one subject

A new backup feature has been added. Whenever you save your file, a copy is saved to local backup storage. Also autosave now backups your work every 30 minutes. You can recover these files in case you accidentally delete your original files.
Local backup

Note: the timetables online also allows you to save documents to online storage hosted by aSc:
How can I save my timetable to online storage

A new advanced card-relationship options
New "Apply to" options have been added "Apply to classrooms" a and "Apply to grades". So you can now apply constraints to all classes from one grade or to specify e.g that certain lesson can be just two afternoons per week in Media room and many similar
Apply conditions to whole grades

Improved export to HTML/Flash
The export to Flash have been extended, now the whole export is in Flash, we are have also polished the behavior in all current web-browsers. Also please remember that the new Timetables online allows you to publish the timetable to servers hosted by aSc in both Flash and pure HTML. You do not need to have and maintain your web-server or to deal with ftp/upload of the exports. This is done automatically.
How can teacher/student/parent view the timetable

Export of rooms supervisions
You can now export the supervisions into customizabled excel document:
How can I export/print the room supervision?

Password protection
You can now save your timetables protected with password.

Other smaller improvements
Besides the above, we have added other impovements like new advanced cardrelationships, grades, better import of student choices, customizabled export of students in seminars and more

Change lesson
It is now possible to change any lesson in the substitutions or split it into several sections and do the substitution on these.
How to split class into two or more groups?

Integration with Timetables online
The substitution is fully integrated with timetables online, you can publish the daily substitution for online viewing, the changes are merged into teachers daily timetables/plans, you can send emails/SMS to the teachers doing substitutions.
How can teacher view his/her substitutions
How can I send email/SMS substitution notifications

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