iOS Mobile App (Instructors)

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Sign Up

If you don’t already have an account on Schoology, you must sign up from a mobile browser at www.schoology.com.

  1. Tap Sign Up.
  2. Select Instructor.
  3. Fill out your First Name, Last Name, Email Address, Password and Confirm Password.
  4. Select your Country and State. Enter your school name or school zip code in the School field and tap the Search icon (magnifying glass). Select your school from among the results. If your school does not appear, tap Request to Add Your School. You can always skip this step and return to it later if you wish.
Important Notes:
  • Enterprise schools may or may not allow a user to register on their own. Enterprise schools may also require a Faculty Access Code during the registration process. If you don’t know your faculty access code, tap on “Don’t have a code?” for more information.
  • Signing up is dependent on how the Enterprise organization decides to add users to the system. The district administrators may decide to mass import users and provide login information separately.

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Log In

Once you have an account, download the Schoology app from the Apple App Store. Tap the app icon to open it on your device.

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Above, the Login screen on an iPhone X. Below, the Login screen on an iPad Pro.

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Log in through your School (Enterprise)

Since many Enterprise schools have set up a custom login process, begin by selecting your school:

  1. Use the keyboard to enter the name of your school or organization. As you type, matching choices populate in the list. The name, ID number, city, state, and zip code for the school should appear below.
  2. Tap the name of your school or organization when it displays.
  3. You can use an email address or username to log in to the application, depending on how your account was set up.
  4. Tap Log In to complete.
Note: Single Sign-On users will be navigated to their school page after they choose their school on the application. They can log in with their SSO credentials on their school page. This same process applies to schools with Google Single Sign-On. Any users at your organization who are not included in the SSO method should log in through www.schoology.com.

Log in through www.schoology.com 

If you use the Basic version of Schoology or do not use an authentication service for your Enterprise organization, use this workflow to log in to the iOS app.

  1. Tap CONTINUE.
  2. Enter your Email Address and Password.
  3. Tap LOG IN to complete.

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The Schoology iPhone app navigation menu allows you to quickly navigate to each essential location on the Schoology App. Tapping the navigation menu in the upper left corner of the screen gives you immediate access to:

  • Your profile (tap your name)
  • Messages
  • Notifications
  • Requests
  • Home
  • Courses
  • Groups
  • Resources
  • Grades
  • Calendar
  • People
  • Account Settings
  • Help Center
  • Logout 

This navigation menu is available on every page so that you can quickly navigate through the app from any point.

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Above, the navigation menu view on an iPhone X. Below, the navigation menu view on an iPad Pro.

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Above, using the navigation menu to access Notifications and Courses on an iPad Pro.

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Home

Based on your Account Settings, either the Recent Activity area or the Course Dashboard is displayed by default as the first screen you view when opening the Schoology iOS app. The Recent Activity area displays all of the most recent updates and blog posts that populate your Schoology homepage. The Course Dashboard displays your courses in a tiled list.

You can switch between the two views by tapping the clock icon or the tile icon at the bottom of the Home screen.

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Recent Activity

The Recent Activity displays all of the most recent updates and blog posts that populate your Schoology homepage. You can access Recent Activity by tapping the clock icon at the bottom of the Home screen.

Refresh Feed

At any point, you can update the Recent Activity feed by swiping down on the Recent Activity screen then releasing to refresh. To view additional posts, simply swipe upwards to scroll.

Create a New Update

You can create course, group, and personal updates from the iOS app. To create a new post, follow these instructions:

  1. Tap on the + icon on the upper right corner of the screen.
  2. Select Post.
  3. Select a course, group or personal update.
  4. You may update as many areas as you want by checking these areas on the New Post table.
  5. Add attachments from Library, Take Photo or Video, and Resources if you wish.
  6. Once you have chosen the area(s) that you would like to update enter your update.
  7. Tap Post.

Comment on a Post

To add a comment on an update:

  1. Tap Comment at the bottom of the post.
  2. Type your comment.
  3. Tap Create.

View and Add to Replies

To view existing replies to a post:

  1. Tap the speech bubble below the post.
  2. If you’d like to add a reply, tap on the + icon on the upper right corner of the screen.
  3. Type your comment.
  4. Tap Create.
Note: If you’d like to cancel your post or reply, you may tap Cancel. Please remember to refresh the screen to see the latest information.

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Above, the Home screen with the Recent Activity view on an iPhone X. Below, the Home screen with the Recent Activity view on an iPad Pro.

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Course Dashboard

The Course Dashboard displays all your courses in a tiled list. You can access the Course Dashboard by tapping the tiled icon at the bottom of the Home screen.

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Above, the Home screen with the Course Dashboard view on an iPhone X. Below, the Home screen with the Course Dashboard view on an iPad Pro.

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Reminders

From the Home screen, Instructors can access Reminders by tapping the thumbtack icon. This area displays ungraded submissions and re-submissions to be reviewed.

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Above, the Home screen with the Reminders view on an iPhone X. Below, the Home screen with the Reminders view on an iPad Pro.

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Upcoming

From the Home screen, you can view Upcoming items and events by tapping the calendar icon.

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Above, the Home screen with the Upcoming Calendar view on an iPhone X. Below, the Home screen with the Upcoming Calendar view on an iPad Pro.

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Quick Post

The Schoology iOS app Quick Post allows you to quickly create updates, assignments, events, and discussions from your Schoology home screen as from within courses and groups. Tap the + icon in the upper right corner of the screen to see these options:

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Above, the Post view on an iPhone X. Below, the Post view on an iPad Pro.

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Post

  1. Tap on the + icon on the upper right corner of the screen.
  2. Select Post.
  3. In the Post to... field, select a course, group or personal update. You may update as many areas as you want by checking these areas from the list.
  4. Add attachments from Library, Take Photo or Video, Resources, Record Audio, and iOS Apps if you wish.
  5. Once you've chosen the area(s) to which you'd like to update and add optional attachments, enter your message.
  6. Tap the green checkmark on the upper right corner to finish creating the post.

Add Assignment

To add an assignment, follow these instructions:

  1. Tap on the + icon on the upper right corner of the screen.
  2. Select Add Assignment.
  3. In the Post to... field, tap one of your courses to add the assignment in that course.
  4. Add attachments from Library, Take Photo or Video, Resources, Record Audio, and iOS Apps if you wish.
  5. Add a Title, Due Date, Grading Period, Category, Scale/Rubric, and Max points.
  6. Enter the assignment description.
  7. Tap the green checkmark on the upper right corner to finish creating the assignment.

Add Event

To create a course, group or personal event:

  1. Tap on the + icon on the upper right corner of the screen.
  2. Select Add Event.
  3. In the Post to... field, select Personal Event or choose a course, group or school for the event. You may post to as many areas as you want by checking these areas from the list.
  4. Select When to add a Start Date and Start Time.
  5. Select an optional End Time, or make the event an All Day Event by checking the All Day box when selecting the Start Date.
  6. Add a title to the event.
  7. Select an RSVP option. You can set it to Disabled, Only invitees can RSVP, and Anyone can RSVP.
  8. Add an optional description to the event.
  9. Add attachments from Library, Take Photo or Video, Resources, Record Audio, and iOS Apps if you wish.
  10. Tap the green checkmark on the upper right corner to finish creating the event.

Add Discussion

To add a discussion, follow these instructions:

  1. Tap on the + icon on the upper right corner of the screen.
  2. Select Add Discussion.
  3. In the Post to... field, select a course or group discussion. You may post to as many areas as you want by checking these areas from the list.
  4. Add a Title and Due Date.
  5. Check the Enable Grading option if you wish. You can add a Grading Period, Category, Scale/Rubric, and Max pts.
  6. Enter the discussion description.
  7. Add attachments from Library, Take Photo or Video, Resources, Record Audio, and iOS Apps if you wish.
  8. Tap the green checkmark on the upper right corner to finish creating the discussion.
Note: If you’d like to cancel your post or reply, you can tap the X icon on the upper left of the screen and Discard the post.

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Messages

Messages contain all received and sent mail in your Schoology account. You can access messages by tapping the Messages icon from your navigation menu. You can compose a new message, and reply to existing messages directly from this area. If you see a red dot next to Messages in the navigation menu that means you have a new message from other Schoology members.

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Above, the Messages view on an iPhone X. Below, the Messages view on an iPad Pro (landscape view).

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Inbox

The inbox displays the received messages by default. A blue dot indicates an unopened message. To view the message, tap the message you would like to open.

Sent

To view sent messages, tap Sent from the Inbox screen, then tap the message you would like to open.

Compose and Reply to Messages

To compose a message, tap on the icon on the upper right corner of the screen while in the Inbox or Sent screen.

  1. Begin typing a name in the To field. The field will auto-populate with users to whom you may send mail. To select a user, simply tap on their name from among the list.
  2. Type the subject of the message.
  3. Type the content of the message.
  4. Tap the green checkmark on the upper right corner of the screen to complete.

To reply to a message, open the message and tap on the blue arrow icon on the upper right corner of the screen.

Note: Your school may or may not allow you to send messages to everyone in the school directory.

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Notifications

Schoology sends you email notifications for Social, Academic, Group, and School activity that occurs in your account. If you see a red dot next to Notifications in the navigation menu that means you have a new notification.

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Above, the Notifications view on an iPhone X. Below, the Notifications view on an iPad Pro.

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Push Notifications

Users can choose to receive a push notification on their iOS device whenever an important piece of content is added to a course or group. Here are some examples of the types of occurrences our push notifications would relay:

  • Course update post
  • Group comments on updates and discussions
  • New assignment or discussion post
  • Receive a private message

When a notification arrives, if the app is closed, then you may see a banner or alert display on your screen. If the Schoology app is open, then the notification will be displayed on your screen. Tapping the notification will take you to that piece of content within the Schoology iOS app.

Enabling Notifications

To enable notifications, make sure you've downloaded the latest version of the Schoology iOS app from the Apple AppStore. After installing the update and logging into the app, you will be prompted to enable notifications.

Select OK, and you will be registered for notifications. 

Disabling Notifications

To disable notifications:

  1. Go to your iOS Settings.
  2. Select the Notifications option and then select the Schoology app.
  3. From there, select disable Allow Notifications or select None for the Alert Styles.
  4. You should stop receiving notifications immediately. 

Re-Enabling Notifications

To re-enable notifications:

  1. Go to your iOS Settings.
  2. Select the Notifications option and then select the Schoology app.
  3. From there, either select Allow Notifications or select the Alerts and Banner style.
  4. As a final step, you may need to 'kill' the Schoology app from the background if it is there, and then restart the app.

You will now start receiving notifications. 

Managing Which Notifications You Receive

To change the notifications that you receive:

  1. Log into the Schoology app.
  2. Select Account Settings.
  3. From there, select the Notifications tab.
  4. You can customize the notifications you receive by adjusting the various settings under the Mobile column.
  5. Be sure to tap Save Changes at the bottom of the panel.

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Requests

The Requests area lists all of the course, group and member requests that are associated with your Schoology profile. Tap Accept or Dismiss, depending on the action you would like to take for each item. If you see a red dot next to Requests in the navigation menu that means you have pending requests from other Schoology members.

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Above, the Requests view on an iPhone X. Below, the Requests view on an iPad Pro (landscape view).

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Your Profile

Tap your name from the navigation menu to view your personal profile. These same areas also display if you view the profile of another user in the app.

Updates

The Updates tab of your profile displays updates you've posted on your personal profile.

Info

Tap Info to view the info displayed on your user profile. To edit which info displays on your profile, go to Privacy Settings from your Account Settings.

Badges

Tap Badges to view badges you've been awarded in Schoology.

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Above, the Badges view on an iPhone X. Below, the Badges view on an iPad Pro.

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NoteThe Blog and Portfolio sections of user profiles are not currently supported on the Schoology iOS app. To view a user's blog or portfolio, log in to Schoology on a mobile browser.

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Courses

Click Courses from the navigation menu to see list all of the courses for which you are an administrator or a member. To access a course section, tap on the name of your choice. The following information is available under a particular course section:

  1. Materials (Assignments, Tests/Quizzes, Files/Links, Discussions, Albums, Pages)
  2. Updates
  3. Upcoming
  4. Gradebook
  5. Attendance
  6. Members 

Materials

The Materials area lists all of the Assignments, Assessments, Tests/Quizzes, Files/Links, Discussions, and Pages in a particular course. To view any of the materials options just tap the name of the item.

Updates

Course updates show the Recent Activity for a particular course section. For more information about Updates, please see Recent Activity.

Upcoming

View upcoming items or calendar events for a particular course.

Gradebook

The Gradebook displays the Midterm/Final grades and Grading Periods grades by grading category.

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Above, the Grades view on an iPhone X. Below, the Grades view on an iPad Pro (landscape view).

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View Grades

You can view graded items by tapping the Grading Period they are located in:

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Above, the Graded Items view by Grading Period on an iPhone X. Below, the Graded Items view by Grading Period on an iPad Pro.

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Add or Edit Grades

You can view grades for each item by tapping the title of the Test/Quiz, Assessment, Assignment or Discussion. From here, you can add or edit grades:

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Above, the Add or Edit Grades view on an iPhone X. Below, the Add or Edit Grades view on an iPad Pro.

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  1. Tap the row of the graded item.
  2. A list of course members will appear. Tap a member's name to add or edit the grade.
  3. You can use the sliding bar to enter a point value or tap on the field to manually enter a grade through the keypad.
  4. You can add an optional comment by entering it into the comment field found below the grade sliding bar.
  5. Select the checkbox to display the comment to the student, or un-check the checkbox to keep the comment only visible to you.
  6. Repeat these steps for each student in the course. Tap the green checkmark on the upper right corner to complete.
Note: Grades will not appear for grading periods that have not yet started. Graded items without a grading period will populate under the appropriate grading category under No Grading Period.

Attendance

Depending on your device, you can access Attendance by tapping More in the bottom tab bar of the course profile and tab Attendance, or tap Attendance directly from the left menu. You can mark students as present, absent, late, or excused.

Members

Depending on your device, you can access Members by tapping More in the bottom tab bar of the course profile and tab Members, or tap Members directly from the left menu. The Members area allows you to view all of the members of the course in alphabetical order by last name. To view a member profile, simply tap on the user’s name.

Note: Depending on the settings in place at your school, you may or may not have access to view the member profiles.

Join Courses

To join an existing Course:

  1. Tap Courses from the navigation menu.
  2. Tap the + icon on the upper right.
  3. Enter the Course Access Code.
  4. Tap Join.

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Above, the Join Course view on an iPhone X. Below, the Join Course view on an iPad Pro (landscape view).

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The format of the course code should be XXXXX-XXXXX (10 digits). Once you join a course, you will begin receiving updates, grades, comments, and material notifications from the course. To manage which notifications you receive, see Notifications.

Note: Depending on the settings in place at your school, you may or may not have permission to join Courses via Course Access Codes.

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Groups

The Groups area lists all of the groups for which you are an administrator or a member.

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Above, the Groups view on an iPhone X. Below, the Add or Edit Grades view on an iPad Pro.

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To access a group, tap the name of the group.

The following information is available under a particular group:

  • Updates
  • Discussions
  • Albums
  • Members
  • Resources 

Group Updates

Group updates show the Recent Activity for a particular group. For more information about Updates, please see Recent Activity.

Group Discussions

Group Discussions displays the discussions associated with the group.

Group Albums

Group albums display the media albums associated with the group.

Group Members

Depending on your device, you can access Members by tapping More in the bottom tab bar of the group profile and tab Members, or tab Members directly from the left menu. The Members area allows you to view all of the members of the group in alphabetical order by last name. To view a member profile, simply tap on the user’s name.

Note: Depending on the settings in place at your school, you may or may not have access to view the member profiles.

Group Resources

Depending on your device, you can access Resources by tapping More in the bottom tab bar of the group profile and tab Resources, or tab Resources directly from the left menu. Group Resources displays the materials and resources associated with the group.

Note: Only the following items are accessible from the mobile app:-
  • Files
  • Links
  • Pages

All other items are listed as templates in Resources and can be accessed via the mobile browser or web browser.

Join Groups

To join an existing Group:

  1. Tap Groups from the navigation menu.
  2. Tap the + icon on the upper right.
  3. Enter the Group Access Code.
  4. Tap Join.

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Above, the Join Group view on an iPhone X. Below, the Join Group view on an iPad Pro (landscape view).

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The format of the group code should be XXXX-XXXX (8 digits). Once you join a group, you will begin receiving updates, posts, comments, and event notifications from the group. To manage which notifications you receive, see Notifications.

Note: Depending on the settings in place at your school, you may or may not have permission to join Groups via Group Access Codes.

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Resources

Tapping Resources on the navigation menu allows you to access your existing Resources and Collections. For more information, please see Resource Center.

Note: The only materials that can be loaded in the mobile app are read-only materials:
  • Files
  • Links
  • Pages
All other items (Assignments, Assessments, Discussion, Test/Quiz, etc.) are listed as templates in Resources and can be accessed via the mobile browser or web browser.

 

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Above, the Resources view on an iPhone X. Below, the Resources view on an iPad Pro.

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Grades

The Grades area lists all of the courses for which you are an administrator or a member. The following information is available under a particular course section:

  • Midterm/Final grades
  • Test/Quiz, Assessment, Assignment and Graded Discussion grades organized by grading period and grading category
  • Test/Quiz, Assessment, Assignment and Graded Discussion grades with no grading period

To access the grades for a course section, tap on the section of your choice. After you tap the course section, choose Final Grades or the grading period you would like to view.

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Above, the Grades navigation menu view on an iPhone X.

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Above, the Graded Items by Grading Period and Category view on an iPhone X.

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Above, the Grades navigation menu on an iPad Pro (landscape view). Below, the Graded Items by Grading Period and Category view on an iPad Pro (landscape view).

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Add or Edit Grades

You can view graded items by tapping on the title of the test/quiz, assignment, or discussion. To add or edit grades:

  1. Tap on the row of the graded item.
  2. A list of the course members will appear. Tap on a member's name to add or edit the grade.
  3. You can use the sliding bar to enter a point value or tap on the field to manually enter a grade through the keypad.
  4. You can add an optional comment by entering it into the comment field found below the grade sliding bar. Select the checkbox to display the comment to the student, or uncheck the checkbox to keep the comment only visible to you.
  5. Repeat these steps for each student in the course.
  6. Tap the green checkmark on the upper right corner to complete.
Note: Grades will not appear for grading periods that have not yet started. Graded items without a grading period will populate under the appropriate grading category under No Grading Period.

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Calendar

The Calendar area displays all of the events, tests/quizzes, assessments, assignments, and discussions that are associated with your Schoology profile in a day-to-day Upcoming events list as well as a traditional month-by-month Calendar view.

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Above, the Upcoming tab of the Calendar view on an iPhone X. Below, the Calendar tab on an iPhone X. 

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Above, the Upcoming tab of the Calendar view on an iPad Pro. Below, the Calendar tab on an iPad Pro (landscape view). 18_iPadPro_6.7.0_Nav_Menu_Calendar_Upcoming_Instructor.jpg

Create an Event

To create an event:

  1. Tap on the + icon on the upper right corner of the screen.
  2. In the Post to... field, select a course, group or personal event. You post to as many areas as you want by checking these areas from the list.
  3. Select When to add a Start Date and Start Time.
  4. Select an optional End Time, or make the event an All Day Event by checking the All Day box when selecting the Start Date.
  5. Add a title to the event.
  6. Select an RSVP option. You can set it to Disabled, Only invitees can RSVP, and Anyone can RSVP.
  7. Add an optional description to the event.
  8. Add attachments from Library, Take Photo or Video, Resources, Record Audio, and iOS Apps if you wish.
  9. Tap the green checkmark on the upper right corner to finish creating the event.

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People

The People area allows you to view your School Directory and Network. Tap Directory to see a list of all the members in your School in alphabetical order by last name. To view a member profile, simply tap on the user’s name. Tap Network to view of all the members of your Network in alphabetical order by last name.

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Above, the People view on an iPhone X. Below, the People view on an iPad Pro.

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Note: Depending on the settings in place at your school, you may or may not have access to view the school directory or a network of connected users.

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Account Settings

The Account Settings area allows you to control your account settings and preferences pertaining to Account Settings, Notifications, and Privacy Settings.

Account Settings

The Account Settings tab allows you to change and update your personal information as well as Merge Accounts.

Note: Depending on the settings in place at your school, you may or may not have the permission to edit your personal information or merge accounts.


Notifications

Schoology sends you e-mail notifications for Social, Academic, Group, and School activity that occurs in your account. For more information about notifications on the iOS Schoology app, please see Notifications.

Privacy Settings

The Privacy Settings tab allows you to select who can access and search for your information.

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Log Out

The Logout button is located on the navigation menu. You may log out at any time by tapping on the navigation icon on the upper left corner of the screen. Logout is the last option on the navigation menu.

Note: You will stay logged in until you manually log out or uninstall the application. If you quit the app, this will not log you out.

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Above, the Logout screen on an iPhone X. Below, the Logout screen on an iPad Pro (landscape view).

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