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Written by Tom Johnson   
Friday, 18 May 2012

Lesson Schedules is a new LDS.org tool that allows you to schedule lessons for priesthood and auxiliary organizations – for example, to schedule your Sunday School, Relief Society, and Elders Quorum classes. Lesson Schedules is now officially released and available on the LDS.org Tools menu. You can start announcing and using Lesson Schedules in your wards.

Lesson Schedules on Tools menu of LDS.org

Lesson Schedules is now available by going to Tools > Lesson Schedules.

Viewing Lesson Schedules

To view Lesson Schedules, go to Tools > Lesson Schedules on LDS.org. When prompted, log in with your LDS Account.

On the Lesson Schedules home page, you can select the check boxes next to the classes you want to see. The scheduled lesson for that class appears, with direct links to the lesson material.

Default Schedules

By default, Lesson Schedules appears with standard classes for each organization – High Priests, Elders Quorum, Relief Society, Sunday School, Primary, and Nursery. Note that Lesson Schedules automatically populates the initial lesson schedule without factoring in general conference, stake conference, ward conference, and holidays.

Administrators -- which include bishoprics, executive secretaries, clerks, and secretaries -- need to adjust the lesson schedules to fit their ward’s particular schedule. Administrators can also add or remove classes as needed. For instructions on adjusting the lesson schedule, click the Help button, or go directly here: https://tech.lds.org/wiki/Lesson_Schedules

Availability and Administration

Lesson Schedules is available at the ward level only. As such, bishoprics, clerks, executive secretaries, and website administrators are administrators by default. Organization leaders (including their counselors and secretaries) have administrative rights to create classes and lesson schedules for their organization.

Lesson Schedules is not available at the stake level, but stake leaders and clerks have administrative rights for their own ward so that they can learn how the application works and provide training and support to ward administrators.

Submitting feedback

To submit feedback about Lesson Schedules, go to the LDSTech Forum. Under Current and Future Technologies, in the LDS.org Web Site section, click Lesson Schedules.

Lesson Schedules replaces the old lesson scheduling features that were available on the Classic.lds.org site.

 

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