Lesson Schedules, an LDS.org application that allows you to schedule lessons for priesthood and auxiliary organizations, is now in beta. Lesson Schedules replaces the old lesson scheduling features that were available on the Classic.lds.org site. Members are invited to test out the beta Lesson Schedules application and provide feedback.
You can visit the beta site for Lesson Schedules by going to https://lds.org/lesson. Log in with your LDS Account. Note that any data you enter into this beta site will be erased when the site goes live.
Lesson Schedules requires some initial setup. Once set up, when you visit Lesson Schedules, you can select the check boxes next to the classes you want to see. The scheduled lesson for that class appears, with direct links to the lesson material.
Lesson Schedules not only helps members know what lessons are planned each week, it helps leaders organize and coordinate lesson topics and teachers.
Lesson Schedules is available at the ward level only. As such, bishoprics, clerks, and secretaries are administrators by default. Organization leaders (including their counselors and secretaries) have administrative rights to create classes and lesson schedules for their organization.
To submit feedback about Lesson Schedules, go to the LDSTech Forum. Under Current and Future Technologies, in the LDS.org Web Site section, click the Beta Testing sub-forum. Then click the Lesson Schedules sub-forum there.
Joining the Local Unit Beta Testing Project
For more information about beta testing opportunities, join the Local Unit Beta Testing Project in LDSTech. Joining this group allows technology leaders at Church headquarters to communicate with you through e-mail about testing efforts for local unit apps.
To join the Local Unit Beta Testing project, sign into LDSTech. Click Projects in the top navigation bar. Then click the Projects subtab, scroll down, click the Local Unit Beta Testing link, and then click Join. If this is your first time signing in, you will need to complete the Skills and Profile subtabs.
The beta period for Lesson Schedules is expected to run several weeks before the application goes live. For more information about Lesson Schedules, see the Lesson Schedules Help. If you have questions, comments, or other feedback about Lesson Schedules, please post it in the LDSTech forum.