Pass Limits will limit the number of passes a student can make each day at your school.
To set up pass limits, make sure you're signed in as an administrator. Go to the Accounts tab, and click on Pass Limits.
From here, you can turn on the School Pass Limit, enter the maximum number of passes you want students to have each day, and voilà! There is also an option to set individual pass limits to specific students. Individual pass limits overrule the School Pass Limit.
Teachers and administrators can also see a student's pass limit from the Student Snapshot page. Only administrators are able to change the pass limit.
When a student reaches their daily limit, they'll still be able to create passes — however, each pass will be show as restricted with a lock icon, and require teacher approval.
When a teacher goes to accept this pass, they will be shown a warning that the student has reached their limit, and the teacher has to manually override the limit.
Yes! If a teacher is sending a pass to a student or approving a pass for a student, and the student has reached the limit, a teacher will be shown a warning — and they can manually override the limit.
Yes. Students will see a number in the top right corner of the "Now" button, indicating how many passes they have remaining for the day.
Pass limits only apply to passes for now. Pass limits do not apply for future passes.
There are two ways to set an individual pass limit to a specific student. Administrators can set it from the Accounts page or from the student snapshot page.
Next to the "Students" tab, there is a funnel icon that you can click to filter students that have individual pass limits. You can also view the Pass Limits information in this view.