Be able to add extra-curricular activities and events
On Timetable add extra 'planner-like' events
After school clubs (ex: 2:20-3:30pm)
Music lessons (ex: 3:00-4:00pm)
Exercise at the gym (ex: 5:00-6:00pm)
Break times like dinner, tv, etc in 15-45minute intervals
Sakaria Abdiaziz commented
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This would be super helpful for volunteering, meetings and clubs!
Being able to add events that arent classes would be very helpful
Guy Bird commented
I would love to see the calendar be optimised so that not only school classes and lessons can be assigned there. At the moment I have to call my other activities as a 'class' to enter them in the calendar. Many schools have 'free' or 'study' periods and it would be good to allow a once-off entry where you state what you will do with your free time - without it being a class.
I think this would come in handy for those of us who also work while going to school. I like to keep all of my calendars in one place, so if I could use this planner for work as well as school that would be fantastic.
Maya Levkovitz commented
Also Tutoring sessions!
some college classes have trips it would be nice to be able to add the trips
Would hands down make this the best calendar app on the market! Love it for class scheduling, but I need to stay organized, hence why I have this account, and not being able to keep all appointments in one place is so irksome!
(This would also be helpful to plan meetings with your teachers)!!!!!
I have free tim in my schedule but there are other things I want to plan during that free time so it's harder to say, "Nah, I won't do it today" I want it to actually be part of my schedule even though it isnt a class and doesn't happen that routinely. I think it would be great to be able to go to the calendar and maybe double click and add something/add a task, or you can do it in the scheduling area. Maybe this just means having an 'event' version of a task where when you add a task, you can select a date and time to do it and it doesn't need to have to do with a specific class
Nathan Kim commented
Add option for adding work schedule. Would be nice to see side-by-side.
i agree, so far i have found no problems with the app. but the ability to add extra curricular activities like 'volley ball practice', 'study group', or even a work/ volunteer event would improve the already great app
I think this addition would only involve tweaking the wording in the "New Task" or New Class" windows. I have added "Workout" as a class so that I could add it to my schedule and "Personal" as a class without meetings times. When i want to add a task unrelated to school, I use this schedule-less "Personal" class.
I can see why this has a lot of votes, but MyStudyLife makes me think of school-related activities, not work.
Janai Stanford commented
yes! i want to add days where i have to work, since most students work and go to classes, i think this would be good
YES PLEASE! I don't think I'll end up using MyStudyLife if that doesn't become an option. Just being able to simply add a one-time or recurring activity would make it so much better.
This is really my one big complaint so far. I do need the ability to add ekstra activities that aren't necessarily tied to scholl. The one big thing for me is work! I study from home most of the time and therefore only have classes on very specific days but need to plan my study time around my work hours. So for me the ability to add "work" to the schedule/calendar is priceless and I hope a function like this is added in.
When you go to create a task, you can choose from assignment, reminder, or revision. I'd love the option to pick an event, like tutoring or review session. The reminder option works for this, but it's more of an event than a reminder.