In TE Viewer students find their course schedule, faculty get staff overview and facility managers access reservation data for efficient maintenance & cleaning schedules. TE Viewer updates instantly as changes are made anywhere in the TE Suite, and can be displayed on digital signs outside rooms or in your campus' reception areas.
Get a holistic overview of the entire campus schedule, or drill down and view the schedule for any individual, complete with advanced permission settings and filtering
Use TE Viewer to show room and equipment usage and utilization, so you can work proactively and data-driven with your maintenance and cleaning windows
Use TE Viewer to add your own personal schedule to any other calendar application, on your iPhone, your computer, or your mail provider. Did we mention it updates instantly as soon as anything changes?
A student's personalized academic timetable. Always updated, always accessible, from any device
Get a bird's eye view of what's going on in your building, department or across the entire campus
See when your colleagues are giving lectures, and find available time across your faculty
Get complete overview of all your rooms and resources, when they are reserved by whom and in what context
In a very non-creepy way. With TE Viewer, you can choose to export the schedule to any application that supports calendar feeds. And they all do. Get your schedule on your phone, in your LMS, or have Alexa read it out to you in the morning. The choice is yours, the technology comes from TimeEdit.
Yes, all schedules are searchable (for whom who has permission) and shareable via link sharing.
Through TE Viewer you'll get an always updated overview on what rooms have been used and what rooms that have not been used for the past days, creating an unparalleled. Combining this with TE Hawkeye.
It's possible to share non-published schedule with your peers and teachers, but to avoid tedious emailing, not met feedback deadlines and manual puzzling we have introduced TE Preferences. Read more about TE Preferences here.