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Setting Up Tutor Schedules

Today we wanted to show you how you can quickly set up the tutor schedules. It only takes a few steps and you can use this to restrict the course availability based on tutors availability.  Here's how:
1. Go to Tutors Schedule in the left-side navigation menu under Center Attendance and enter the information (Tutor Name, center, etc):
2. Then click the Apply button
3. Next click and drag the mouse to create a block in the calendar:
4. Enter the information for the selected time:
When assigning a schedule to a Tutor you have Availability Statuses such as Available (Green), Not Available (Red), Not Working (gray/shaded), Working in Another Center (Maroon) and Cleared (white/clear).
5. And click the Save button.
Hope it helps! 


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