My Study Life is a planner for students, teachers and lecturers designed to make your study life easier. My Study Life allows you to store your timetable, homework and exams in the cloud making it available on any device, wherever you are.
Unlike a paper planner or school diary, My Study Life integrates all areas of your academic life - see homework due and overdue for classes, classes which conflict with your exams and even add revision tasks for a specific exam - all in a free, easy to use application. Far from your standard calendar, My Study Life is optimized to work for your school life right from the start. Choose a timetable mode, add your classes and view them in a beautiful, instantly identifiable, familiar week view.
My Study Life seamlessly syncs your data between devices, allowing you to use the app even when offline. You can add a task on the move from your phone or tablet and it will be instantly available on the web app.
With My Study Life you can...
Track your tasks - homework, assignments, reminders and revision. Store your tasks with ease in the cloud, accessible anywhere.
Store exams - keep those all important exams alongside your classes and revision tasks.
Manage your classes - your paper planner, turbocharged. Supporting day and week rotation timetables, advanced academic year/term support and integration into tasks you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
Get notified - reminders for unfinished tasks, upcoming exams and classes before they even start.
Share – My Study Life allows teachers to create and share their timetable securely with students in the same school (currently in private beta).
Also available on the web, on Windows 8, Windows Phone and the Chrome Web Store.
- Added the ability to have multiple times per class
- Added support for teachers at schools
- Added support for students to join classes created by teachers
- Added sign in with Office 365
- Improved user interface
- New subject and academic year/term pickers
- Tasks remember when they were completed
Read more: http://blog.mystudylife.com/2014/07/introducing-new-ways-to-add-classes.html