Everything you need to know about your Jotter Mobile v1.8 Update

By Arthur Howie in Development, Technology News, Uncategorized | Tagged 1.8, app, communication, education, education apps, jotter, jotter mobile, mobile, mobile app, , parents, save money, school, school jotter, schools, update, webanywhere
Jotter Mobile just got even better with the release of v1.8, which will roll out across all apps by May 5th.

After lots of market research our developers have created the features you most requested, and we hope you will benefit from this free update.                     

Here are some of the changes you can expect to see:

 

Custom apps:


  • Custom sections in the navigation structure. Each custom link consists of a name, icon and an URL. You can define up to three custom sections.
  • Reordering and disabling of sections in the drawer menu and the dashboard tray. These are edited from
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Bridging the Gap with Jotter Mobile

By Arthur Howie in Technology News | Tagged apps for parents, jotter mobile, resources for schools, school apps for parents
Jotter Mobile app on Smartphones

 

It’s a sad fact that teachers are finding it increasingly difficult to keep parents engaged with what’s going on at school. Parents’ ‘go-go’ lifestyles mean they don’t have time to visit the school’s website for the latest news and announcements. Hard copies of newsletters often get lost or thrown out.

What does this mean?


  • Meetings are missed
  • Permission slips never get signed
  • Children are dropped off when school is shut for training
Fortunately, our new Jotter Mobile smartphone app is now bridging the gap between parents and schools. Free for parents to download via the App Store and Google Play, Jotter Read More →

Feeling Chipper – Why the BBC Micro Bit is going to change the culture of computers for the best

By Webanywhere in Development, Technology News | Tagged BBC Micro Bit, Coding Education, Creativity, Ideas, IT Lessons, Tech News
The BBC’s unveiling of the latest incarnation of their Micro Bit computer is something of a watershed moment for IT education. Not only does it represent the resurrection of the beloved BBC Micro scheme of the 1980s, but it marks the start of a coding education revolution. For too long kids have only known how to use a computer - now it’s time to learn why it works.

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