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    School ID Photos & Mug Books


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    Student ID Demo Roster

    Shows your student roster.
    Demo Data is provided to get started.
    "Import" Real Student Data via CSV file created from your SIS or Spreadsheet program (Excel or Numbers).


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    Once you have imported the student roster, you may import their photos.

    You will need a folder with the photos of your students.
    Each student will be named using their student id number.
    The folder should be zip'd for transfer.


    You may import the zip file through AirDrop, an email attachment or using a repository such as DropBox.

    A standard Airdrop dialog will pop up with all the devices available in the immediate area. Choose Copy to School ID.


    You are required to have a subscription for this feature.


    Accept the data on the target device by selecting "Import". Now you have a consolidated list of all students with photos.

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    You may also wish to "ADD" an individual student.







    You will be provided with a screen that allows you to enter any or all of the 8 items needed by the app.

    Note that the Student ID is always mandatory.

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    You may now go to the Pictures frame and start to search for a student of interest.




    You may use a number of filters to get to students of interest.

    "All" presents all student/pictures.
    "Pic" presents only students with pictures. "No Pic" presents students missing pictures.


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    You may also search by sex or student grade.

    Filters work in combination to narrow down your search.

    When you are done, you will have a "Mug Book" of students of interest.

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    If you are an admin with subscription service, you can go back to the Roster view, search for, and edit student information.








    Use your phone's camera or pick a photo from your Photo Library and enter it for the student.


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    If you are an admin with subscription service, you may also send a student a copy of their ID to be used on their phones.

    Simply select "Transfer ID Card" and an electronic copy will be sent as an email attachment to the student.


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    Once you have your student IDs ready, you may export them to other teachers/admins in the school with the SchoolID app.


    A standard Airdrop dialog will pop up with all the devices available in the immediate area. Choose a device and send the data to it one teacher/admin at a time.

    Note: A device must be "awake" in order to show it's icon/name in the AirDrop network.



    Accept the data on the target device by selecting "SchoolID".

    If sent as an email, simply open the email and copy the attachment to the phone.

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    When you select "Transfer ID Card" in the Student ID screen or "Import" in the Roster screen, the subscription dialog pops up.

    You will select either the Monthly subscription @ $19.99/month or the discounted annual fee. These subscriptions are normal Apple subscription services and renew automatically until you stop them.



    You will receive dialogs letting you know your purchase has gone through. The About page will change to let you know your subscription is active and when it will renew.


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    When you are finished distributing and/or sharing your Student ID cards, you may want to clear the student data on the Preferences page so you will be ready for next year's student roster.

    You may also want to set your name and school information in Prefs so that it will know appear on the Student IDs.

    You may also wish to pick a personalized PIN number to protect your student data within the app and pick an automatic logout time frame.


    Demo Data Example in Excel.

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    Demo Data CSV Exported from Excel.

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    Demo Data CSV Imported.
    Select "Suggest Row Names" for Automatic Alignment (recommended).

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