• Really poor plugin. The documentation is scarce. I gave it a try, but there is no place to take this plugin.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by jlop77.
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  • Plugin Author FixBD

    (@fixbd)

    Hi @jlop77,

    Thanks for your feedback.

    Can you explain your issues. We are always here for support.

    So far we have solved all the problems of all users. So, you can contact us by email if you want. After that you can leave your comments. If you share your problem with us we will try to solve your problem. And we will be happy to solve your problem.

    Regards

    Thread Starter jlop77

    (@jlop77)

    issues? I’m giving a review, not writing to the support forum. I give my perception of what the plugin is currently.

    Maybe I’ll come back in a few months to see if the plugin has matured and change my opinion of it.

    Plugin Author FixBD

    (@fixbd)

    We value your feedback.

    Please highlight, which steps do you think will lead to maturity? Which features or documentation would improve to make it better?

    We will improve the features based on your feedback.

    Thread Starter jlop77

    (@jlop77)

    Your plugin is not intuitive, even reading the little documentation it is hard to find a practical use for it. Don’t get me wrong. What it says it does, it does.

    I live in Colombia, and I am a web designer since 2012. I have made hundreds of web pages for companies, bloggers, and especially schools.

    I tell you my experience, what we live here in Colombia. Many schools want a website to upload images, place enrollment and registration information. A form, images of the school, links to social networks, a school activities schedule, etc. All of that can be done easily with WordPress.

    Again, it’s my experience; there are software that manage enrollment, registration, treasury, accounting, school transportation, cafeteria, etc. But honestly many schools don’t see it as paramount to pay for it (They are difficult software to manage with a learning curve, so they get by with Excel or Google Sheet). BUT THERE IS SOMETHING THEY DO SEE AS PRIMORDIAL: student reports.

    Here in Colombia, the school year is divided into “4 periods”. It is graded from 1 to 10, and each subject tends to have 2 to 4 “achievements” to grade in each period.

    Big schools tend to contract the “all in one” school software, but honestly small or medium-sized schools do not. But there is something that they are going to hire if or if; and that is the management of student reports, here in Colombia we call it “boletín escolar”.

    I particularly have my own method to make up for this lack. I make the school reports in Google Sheets (they are quite complex), then with Autocraf, I export them to pdf; and then I upload them to WordPress. A rather cumbersome process.

    A lot of duties the school is going to get by with Excel, Google Sheet, Word. But school reports are something they have to do every 2 months and it’s a complex thing to do; for that a software is a must. If you want your plugin to grow, focus on what people demand the most.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by jlop77.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by jlop77.
    Plugin Author FixBD

    (@fixbd)

    Thank you so much for your great feedback and ideas.

    We have already improved some of the Educare functionality. It is somewhat closer to your thoughts and reactions (boletín escolar). We will update them very soon. And we want to share our demos of this update with you. So if you connect with us through email, we will share these things with you.

    Regards

    Thread Starter jlop77

    (@jlop77)

    That would be fantastic. I will be very attentive to future updates.

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