• Ryan Calleja Urry

Attention MCAST Students! ✅ Input / Import Your New Timetable TODAY Ahead Of This Coming Semester

Starting A New School Year? 🤔

If you've finally received your course timetable, you might want to save yourself some time and hassle by creating a digital version of it through FreeHour - so it's always in your pocket throughout the scholastic year 📲

After you've downloaded the FreeHour app from here, here's how you can get started 👇

Method #1 - Creating Your Timetable Manually 🛠

The first way you can set up your timetable is by creating it manually. This method allows you to fully customize things at your own pace, just to your liking.

If you ever have switch-ups in your lectures, you can always update your details on the fly in just a few taps! We've made it a point to make everything super quick & easy 😌

STEP 1 - Click The '+' Sign At The Top Of Your Timetable Tab 🏡

STEP 2 - Input Your Lessons, Times & Venues 😎

STEP 3 - Choose Your Favorite Lesson Colours 🎨

STEP 4 - Click Save 💾

On the note of colours, we've also recently added a Fresh Palette of new options that you can choose from, so you can make your timetable as personalised as you like.

Method #2 - Importing Your Timetable 🔄

Too lazy to input your timetable? You can easily import a friend's timetable or sync with your Google Calendar to have a copy you can make adjustments to. It literally takes 3 seconds 😉

STEP 1 - Click The '+' Sign At The Top Of Your Timetable Tab 🏡

STEP 2 - Click The Import Timetable Button At The Top Of The Screen 🗓

STEP 3 - Pick A Friend's Timetable To Import Or Log-In To Google Calendar & Import 😇

STEP 4 - To Customise Your Timetable Further, Just Tap Edit On Any Slot 👩‍🎨

Don't Forget! 🚨

We've also got a convenient Lecture Reminders feature that you can set up, so that you never forget a lecture again - especially those pesky Zoom ones 😅

Simply jump into the FreeHour Settings tab, click Lecture Reminders, and toggle how many minutes before each lecture you'd like to be notified.

Have a great scholastic year!

For more tips, our full blog can be found here 🚀