How do I reschedule all future lessons?

Students already holding a recurring timeslot

If your student is on a Recurring Schedule, you can make an adjustment to all future lessons with a few clicks. For example, you can switch a Recurring Schedule from 3PM to 3:30PM for all lessons moving forward.

STEP 1 Locate the lesson date that you want your change to start taking effect from the Calendar tab. (Example: You want to make a change to the schedule starting on and including the lesson scheduled for June 28th.)

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STEP 2 Click the gear icon in the upper right hand corner of the Lesson Details window. Then select Edit.

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STEP 3 Make any necessary changes to the lesson time, date, or frequency and click Save. (Note: making adjustments to duration, location or price may cause the lesson to become unpaid which would require the student to purchase a matching credit.)

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STEP 4 To save these changes for this and all future lessons in the series click This and all following lessons

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Note: If you have added individual lesson events to the calendar or your student has more than one recurring schedule, those lessons will not be rescheduled by selecting This and all following. Creating a new lesson series (Recurring Schedule) will not move existing unique lessons you've added to the calendar.  

Example: If you create a Recurring Schedule for Sara that meets every Tuesday at 3PM but you had previously scheduled a one-off lesson on Wednesday at 4PM, that Wednesday lesson will not move.

Students not holding a recurring timeslot

STEP 1 Locate the lesson date that you want your change to start taking effect from the Calendar tab. (Example: You want to make a change to the schedule starting on and including the lesson scheduled for June 28th.)

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STEP 2 Click the gear icon in the upper right hand corner of the Lesson Details window. Then select Edit.

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STEP 3 Make any necessary changes to the lesson time, or date.

(Note: making adjustments to duration, location or price may cause the lesson to become unpaid which would require the student to purchase a matching credit.)

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STEP 4 If your student is not already on a Recurring Schedule, the default Lesson Repeat will be set to Does not repeat. However, if you'd like to make this change into a Recurring Schedule, use the Lesson Repeat drop down menu to select the recurrence frequency. (Repeats every week, every 2 weeks, and so on.)

Note: Adding a Recurring Schedule also puts your student on Monthly Reserve billing.

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STEP 5 Once you have completed your adjustments, click Save. Your student will be notified via email and account notification.

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Note: If you have added individual lesson events to the calendar or your student has more than one recurring schedule, those lessons will not be rescheduled by selecting This and all following. Creating a new lesson series (Recurring Schedule) will not move existing unique lessons you've added to the calendar.  

Example: If you create a Recurring Schedule for Sara that meets every Tuesday at 3PM but you had previously scheduled a one-off lesson on Wednesday at 4PM, that Wednesday lesson will not move.

Learn More

What does it mean for a lesson to "become unpaid?"

What happens to my student's billing plan when I add a Recurring Schedule?

What is a Recurring Schedule?