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Tagged: Planning ahead
Is there a way to view future daily schedules past Tomorrow’s Plan? Such a feature would be helpful in determining best timing for field trips, vacations, appointments, etc.
Is this feature on the wish list?
Or perhaps this is a feature of the paid members?sarah2106Participant
I have not used the organizer for a few years, I tried it out but prefer paper and pencil planners 🙂 If I remember correctly you can not look ahead because the idea of the planner is to “do the next thing” checking off as you go so there is no set plan to look a head to. As you complete the work it adjusts the schedule for you.
<p style=”text-align: left;”>If you use the SCM history guides as written you can get a pretty good idea of what is to come since they are broken out by days and terms. Other subjects for us are pretty fluid, just do the next lesson, so I can have a pretty good idea of when a good pause time would be, but sometimes a vacation hits right in the middle of something, and that works out too.</p>Jordan SmithKeymaster
As sarah2106 noted, the CM Organizer is designed to take your schedule one day at a time, so there’s not a way to see a week ahead. If you need to see your big picture schedule, you can do that by going to the Scheduler tab to see everything that is scheduled.
Some CM Organizer subscribers did come up with a way to see and print out roughly a week ahead of time. You can find the details on that on this SCM forum thread: https://simplycharlottemason.com/scmforum/topic/scm-organizer-weekly-schedule-print-out
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