How can instructors mark attendance for the class conducted?

How can instructors mark attendance for the class conducted?

Once the class is conducted, the instructor can check if the attendance of the student is marked. In order to do that, the instructor can:


1. Click on the drop-down indicated by three dots next to the "Start Class" button as shown in the screenshot below.

2. Select "Teacher Notes & Attendance" button.



3. Here, you can check for attendance marked.

4. Save once the changes are made.






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