Working together using Untis

WebUntis messages, Untis Mobile app, ...

  • WebUntis messages: Reaching out to all parents directly and easily
  • Untis Mobile app: Your up-to-date timetable always at hand
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School communication safe & easy with Untis

Untis helps to make communication between teachers, students and parents much easier. This way, the entire school communication can be made via your smart phone in compliance with GDPR, and with the Untis Mobile app, you additionally have your up-to-date timetable and all important information always at hand.

Communication between teachers, parents and students

WebUntis messages

Communicate directly and easily with everybody involved.

WebUntis messages* makes it easy for you to quickly send messages directly to everybody involved, and to add attachments such as pictures and documents. Any online information exchange between teachers, parents and students is possible, either with individual or group messages. 

The basis of school communication: Informing all parents easily and directly.

The basic functions and features in WebUntis and in our Untis Mobile app are particularly user-friendly, and focus primarily on the special needs of the communication with parents:

  • Digital sending of letters to parents, important announcements, ... 
  • Push messages when receiving a new message
  • Inquire and send read receipts

*WebUntis messages is included in the basic package of WebUntis.

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Information always accessible for everybody and from everywhere

Always up-to-date

Always best informed with your up-to-date timetable.

WebUntis makes it possible that the most current timetable is available at all times.

  • Informed in real time: Any changes of the timetable such as substitutions, cancellations or room changes are immediately displayed on the students’, parents’ and teachers’ smart phones. 
  • Switch to distance learning: Home-schooling is made so much easier by embedding the link of the respective video conference in the timetable. All students see in the timetable that the lesson is held online.

Information accessible via all end devices.

Important information or changes reach everybody involved at all times and from anywhere regardless of the end device: PC, laptop, tablet, smart phone or the school’s infoscreen. 

  • Untis Mobile app: With this app, students, parents and teachers always have the   up-to-date timetable and cover plan ready at hand   on their smart phones,  plus all WebUntis messages can be retrieved in the app. Depending on the WebUntis modules used - e.g. Digital class registerAppointments and many more - the range of features and functions of the app are adequately extended.
  • Infoscreens: Important information can be displayed on the screens at public areas in the school building.
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Make use of the benefits of digital communication.


Your benefits

  • Data protection compliant according to GDPR
    Our products are compliant with all data protection regulations. WebUntis has been ISO certified for years. Your data are well-protected.
  • Always up-to-date
    At your computer at school, via internet at home and via your smart phone or tablet when you are on tour.
  • It is so easy to separate private from business communication

Want to know more about digital school communication?

Have a look at our WebUntis demo slide show and get a first glimpse of WebUntis.

This is how well-organised your everyday work would be with Untis!

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Teacher Callas does not feel well and cannot hold her lessons.
Teacher and substitute scheduler Cervantes must quickly find an adequate substitute for her colleague Callas.
Substitute teacher Ander receives a push message and prepares for the substitute lesson.
Student Benjamin opens his up-dated timetable on his smart phone before his lessons start.
Teacher Cervantes' first lesson starts with checking her students' presence.
Teacher Cervantes makes a class register entry in her first teaching lesson of the day.
During lunch break, teacher Cervantes sends an interesting newspaper article to her biology class 2a.
In her NTP (non-teaching period), teacher Cervantes prepares her excursion with her biology class 2a on Friday.
Teacher Cervantes asks herself, whether the parents of class 2a have already read her message on their excursion on Friday.
Student Benjamin's parents register online for the up-coming parent-teacher day.
The term comes to an end, and scheduling (the timetable) for the following school year starts.


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