Getting started

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This section is a to-do list intended to help you perform the required steps for getting started with WebUntis in the right order.

 

Logging in

Gruber & Petters will provide you with the URL of the web server, school name, user name and password. You can use this information to log in immediately.

 

 

Warning: Changing your password

Your first step should be to modify the password of user admin. To do this, click on <Profile> and then on <Change password>.

Data transfer

First, Untis data (master data, lessons, timetable) must be transferred to WebUntis. Please refer to chapter Data transfer in the section Untis users for more information on this.

Importing students

You now need the students in your system. Please read chapter Importing student data for information on importing students.

Basic settings

You can now specify basic settings for WebUntis.

User groups - Users

You must create user groups and users and assign rights in user administration in order to enable other people to work with WebUntis.

Student groups

must be created for e.g. split lessons in order for all students to be assigned to the correct lessons. The teachers taking these lessons generally perform this task. This is why chapter Student groups is located within chapter Teachers .

Note: Rights: student allocation – master data student-group

Any teacher wishing to assign rights to his/her lessons independently requires student allocation rights. The master data student-group right is generally not required. It authorises a user to change the name of a student group or of a class from which students can theoretically be assigned. Any teacher wishing to assign students to his/her lessons independently requires student allocation rights. The master data student-group right is generally not required. It entitles a user change the name of the student group or class from which students can be assigned.

 

Class register administration

There are additional settings and master data that require editing if you use the class register module (see chapter Class register administration ).

 

Agenda administration

The agenda module also has its own settings and master data that require editing (see chapter Agenda administration ).

 

Student administration

In this chapter you learn more about how to manage courses in WebUntis.