Searching within Arbor
If you know what you are looking for, start typing in any search bar, and a drop-down will suggest groups or individuals you may be looking for.
You can access the Master Search by typing a name and clicking the arrow next to the search box. Here you can see all people with that name in any past academic year - useful for locating unenrolled students, or staff members without an active contract.
You can see how to use this feature in detail here: Using Arbor's master search
Using the Top Navigation
If you are on a page in Arbor, you do not have to return to the home page to navigate around the system, just use the top navigation. The more permissions you have, the more menu items you’ll see.
- My Items - Here you have access to your data, calendar, assessments etc.
- Students - In this section, you will find all the modules that are directly linked to students like Behaviour, Interventions etc.
- School - You have access to all the modules that have to do with the school's structure and set up like Timetable, Staff Members etc.
- System - This menu option allows Admins to give API access to third-party Apps or set User Defined Fields.
Accessing the menus on different sized devices
On small screens, our left-hand and top navigation menus now move into a burger menu, so you don't need to scroll to view the important information.
To get to a different page, just click the three lines at the top right of any page to access the menu.
You can bulk update things anywhere you see the pencil icon on the left-hand side of a data table.
- Hover over a box and click to tick it. Untick the box by clicking again.
- Alternatively, hover over a box, click and hold down your mouse button. Still holding the button, move the mouse downwards to select multiple boxes at once.
You can perform bulk actions by clicking the pencil icon, which will now be blue. The options depend on what page you are on. E.g. in Custom Report Writer you can delete templates in bulk.
Bulk Selecting in Drop-down menus
Instead of having to manually select every option from a drop-down menu, you can easily bulk select which items to include.
Click the field to open the drop-down menu, then hold down your Shift, Command/Control and A keys to select all the items. Then click any items that you want to remove from your selection.