Class Maintenance - Timetable bar

The Timetable bar is used to:

  • view or update the timetable for the class
  • add new timetable entries manually.


 Opening the Timetable bar

To open the Timetable bar:

  1. Select Curriculum > Class Maintenance from the SynWeb main menu.
    The Class Maintenance Search Criteria window is displayed.
  2. Search for the class. See Searching for classes.
  3. Scroll down to the Timetable bar, if required.
  4. Click the Timetable bar.

    : You can click anywhere on the bar to open it.

    The Timetable bar of the Class Maintenance window is expanded.

Class Maintenance - Timetable bar key fields and buttons





Timetable group that applies, if used.


Day number.
For example, a two week timetable would have day range of 1 to 10, one for each weekday.


Period number.

Staff ID

Synergetic ID of the staff member who usually teaches the class on the day/period combination.


Room number where the class is usually held.

Staff Code

Unique code that identifies the individual staff member throughout Synergetic.
It is blank if there is either no:

  • staff member linked to the class
  • staff code is undefined.
    The first staff code is displayed if there is more than one staff member.


Click to expand the Edit Timetable area.


Click to remove the timetable entry.




Save any changes made to the timetable entry.

Cancel any changes made to the timetable entry.

Launch the Add Timetable window to add an entry to the grid area. Click either or to complete the entry.

Common buttons



Navigate between the selected classes.

Delete the selected class, if no students are taking the class. See Deleting classes.

Launch the Create New Class window to add a new class to the database. See Creating new classes.

Display the Class Maintenance Search Criteria window.

You can update the search criteria and search for new classes. See Searching for classes.

Launch the Customise Tab Layout window. See Customising navigation bars in the Introduction manual.

Create a new task relating to the current class. See Managing tasks in the Introduction manual.