Several people can work simultaneously on one timetable

Several people, e.g. timetable schedulers and substitution planners, want to work simultaneously on the same data set. Large educational institutions in particular must provide this option, which is made possible by Untis MultiUser.

With Untis MultiUser, your data are no longer saved in a local file but in a database (MS Access, MS SQL or MySQL). This allows several people to access and edit the same data set. Through a sophisticated rights’ system, you specify which users are permitted to see and edit different data areas. For instance, you can specify that employees of the head office have the right to see all timetables but are not permitted to change them.

The MultiUser database can save the data of several schools. This is necessary for educational institutions using resources such as sports halls or which employ teachers teaching at both schools.