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Add notes to students waiting in the line

We have been publishing some small changes in Accudemia to make it more easy to use and friendly.

If you use the Waiting Lines, you probably have noticed that you can add Session Log Comments for the students waiting in the line. Just double click on the student waiting and you will the option to save comments:

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Then, when you sign-in the student, those comments will be saved in the Session Log that is created.  If the student is removed from the line, for example, the comments are discarded and not saved.

You can always view those comments in the Comments reports available in Accudemia, or go to the Session Logs screen to view and/or change the past comments.

Hope you like it!

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