If you’re using Add Student Schedule, you will be alerted if required fields or invalid formats are not entered. This will help to ensure that the information in your database is consistent and gives you more accurate and more complete results.
About Jill Purdy
After studying graphic design at the University of Georgia, Jill held several positions in media and marketing including Art Director, Editor and Marketing Director. As a student of dance, she has spent plenty of time in children’s activity centers and puts that experience to work for her in the work she does with Jackrabbit. In addition to her interest in dance, Jill also enjoys sports, gourmet cooking, entertaining, singing and spoiling her five grandchildren.
Entries by Jill Purdy
If you’ve not seen what you can do with our new Confirmation Redirect URL, read the post on the JackrabbitClass blog.
Read more details about Jackrabbit’s recent donation to the Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry on our JackrabbitClass blog. Click here for more. Image Credit: Justin Wojtczak with 375 Photography
Great information from Patti Komara* is published on the Jackrabbit Class blog. If you’re a teacher or coach, it’s almost for certain that you have issues with your throat from time to time. Patti’ s advice will help you! *Patti Komara, owner of Patti’s All American in Dyer, Indiana, also has a success business and teaching […]
ePayments is a vital part of your Jackrabbit if you use it to collect payments. Over the next few weeks and months, we will be featuring great information on some of the questions that you may have wanted to ask – but just never have.and for those who are using it to collect money. our […]
Jackrabbit Technologies’ annual employee retreat took on a new meaning this year and all it took was a team challenge event. It just so happened that the retreat organizers on Jackrabbit’s staff, came up with an idea for a team building event called the Trike 500. While this wasn’t entirely accurate since the “cycle” involved […]
The Students Advanced Search page helps you find lots of important information, and having it all in one place can be a good thing. However, making it better over the years by adding more options, fields, and criteria has also given the page a little clutter issue. We simplified the layout and did a little […]
You have lots of data in Jackrabbit. Some of this data belongs to you. (i.e., your user permissions, your account information – which probably includes the account used to pay Jackrabbit, your classes, your tuition amounts, revenues, student totals…) Some of this data belongs to your organization’s parents. (i.e., their contact information, the account used […]
When you’re processing refunds, you’ll find that a few changes on the “Are Fees Still Due” page will help you. What was previously a checkbox is now radio buttons. Click the “R” beside any payment to begin the refund process. After you have selected which fee(s) to refund and clicked the “Next” button, the “Are […]
We’ve added a family column to the Drop History Report. We learned about this from the Jackrabbit Facebook User Group. Several of you said that it would be helpful, so we added it! We DO hear you. We listen to you in many ways: the Send Idea button, the Facebook user group, site visits, support […]
During the month of February, we are highlighting some items that exemplify customer love. From a feature and a project that illustrate our focus on customers’ needs and ideas to comments from customers and Jackrabbit staff who are passionate about our software, you’ll see things that enlighten you or confirm what you already know. Aligning our […]
Providing constraints can lead to more creativity. A blank piece of paper intimidates, while a blank sheet with a drawing/writing prompt can open the floodgates to creative expression and imagination. Make a deck of prompts which children can select from randomly for inspiration, or have children invent new words to a familiar song – these […]
There are great new options in Jackrabbit to send your emails now or to schedule them for up to 90 days forward. You have more freedom to work ahead even better since you can choose to not only create emails in Jackrabbit but to also schedule them ahead. These new options are buttons you’ll find […]
Jackrabbit lets you mark various values in your drop-down lists as either Private, Hide, or both. Use Private to keep certain options from showing during online registration; use Hide to make specific options invisible to you and your staff when working inside your Jackrabbit database. For example, you have older sessions and you don’t want […]
The Class Sign In/Out Sheets have useful options when looking for which classes to print, and how much information you would like included. “Class Meets” lets you find just classes that meet on select days of the week. To keep it easy, we check-mark all the days of the week as the default. Display Settings […]
Turn that frown upside down – really. There is a song that was sung by the late, great Louis Armstrong entitled “When You’re Smiling the Whole World Smiles with You.” Apparently, the sentiment expressed in this classic is true. A study conducted at the Yale School of Management in 1999 showed that, among working groups, […]
Some say that you are the sum of your habits. So when the bad ones outpace the good ones – you know what happens. You sabotage yourself, inhibit your productivity and impede your path to success – whether success is completing a major project or daily tasks. Because you don’t always see bad habits encroaching […]
You should hear no more complaints from parents about not seeing emails! They can now see the information for themselves in the Customer Portal. Parents can log into the Customer Portal to see a list of the emails, online registrations and texts that have been sent to them – and view the content with just a […]