Hi, welcome to Quoox University.
In this course of videos, we’re looking at frequently asked questions, and one that also pops up is how do I roll-call for my session? So I’m going to show you how to do that today.
We’re gonna start by going to my.quoox.com as always. We’re gonna log into our main dashboard, and then we’re gonna go into a forthcoming session.
So today you can do that either directly from the dashboard in your forthcoming sessions widget, or you can go via the menu and into your schedule. And that will show you in a calendar view, what sessions you have coming up. I’m gonna focus on today’s foundation session.
So I’m gonna right click in the session and I can either view and edit my bookings and see who’s registered and click Roll-call from here, or I can right click on the session and go straight into roll-call.
Now the “view or edit bookings” is a great function because you can see which members are booked and you can see what information may come up in roll-call. So for example, Casey, this is his first session and Seb has some injuries booked. You can also see how they’ve paid for the session as well.
So, let’s go in and go onto our roll-call. Now you can skip, confirm, and also remove these in a settings area that I’ll show you on another video, but we’re gonna confirm that we’ve done the COVID session checks. This was obviously put in during COVID. Now Casey has attended. We can see that it’s his first session. We’ve got his contact information and we can also see what information he’s completed for us, whether he’s done a PAR-Q, done his membership payments, liability waivers, and COVID declarations for example. Now, it may be that if that’s coming up in red, you might want to get that confirmed prior or post session, so you can always grab him at the end and just say, “Look, we need to get this information from you,” and then we can log them as attended.
Then we have Ollie. Again, some red flags here. We’ll get in touch with Ollie after the session, but we can mark him as attended and chase him at the end.
And then we have Seb. Now this is a great example of why roll-call is so useful at the beginning of a session, because Seb has logged injuries. So it comes up as important that the member has current injuries or conditions recorded. We can see when they’ve been recorded and then we can see what the injuries are. So we know that now Seb has a moderate chronic trigger finger.
He’s marked it on his right hand for us and it’s showing on our little human body here where that specific injury is. This is brilliant for your PT running the session to essentially be able to make adjustments to Seb’s day, to Seb’s class, so that he can enjoy it and work as much as possible in a safe and healthy way around the injury that he has.
Once you’ve done the roll-call you’ll see that it just closes the window, and then you’ve finished roll-call for your current session. You can click back in if you need to for any reason, but again, it’s gonna show that they’ve all been submitted as attended.
If you have any other questions on how to call roll-call, don’t hesitate to get in touch, or you can find more information at support.quoox.com. In the meantime, I’ll see you on the next video, thanks.