The Manage Classes page Follow
The My Classes tab shows all of a user's classes which have been starred.
Moving a Class
Within the My Classes tab, you can arrange your classes in a custom order. To do so, just click and drag the class to the spot you would like it to appear whenever you open the page. For example, you could arrange your classes so that they are ordered by the time of day the class starts.
The All Classes tab contains all classes that a teacher has access to. Classes that have been starred appear in My Classes, classes that are not starred will be found in All Classes.
This tab has a search bar that lets teachers find classes by class name, teacher name or teacher email.
Hiding a Class
If you have classes in My Classes that you wish to hide, please untick the star by clicking on it. This will effectively hide the class from your default list in the My Classes page.
Showing a Class
When you want the class to return to your default My Classes list, please go to the All Classes sub-tab, find the class from the list and click on the star to star that class again. This will make it appear in your My Classes list by default.
1. Open the actions menu by clicking on the three dots
2. Click Edit class color
3. Choose a color, then click the Save button.
Note: Class colors are specific to individual teachers.
Not all classes can be nicknamed in Hāpara. If you have added your class via Google Classroom sync, you will need to change the class name in Google Classroom in order to change it in Hāpara.
To edit the name for a class, you will need to go to the Class Info page - either by clicking into the class, then clicking Class Info, or by clicking the three-dot actions button on the class tile and clicking View class info.
To give a class a nickname, click on the class name to open the text box. Type in the new name, then click the checkmark to save.
- Class nicknames are specific to the class, each teacher who has access to that class can see the nickname.
- Class nicknames do not affect how classes are loaded.