Redefining revision as continual practice


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June 2024 update

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A new Terms analytics report and other changes.

A new Terms analytics report is now available for teachers to support monthly reviews, baseline assessments and catch up planning. The "confidence" report shows you all the students in rows and all the terms in columns on one page. At the intersection the happy, neutral or sad face indicates the student's RAG rating. You can use this report to more easily see students that need help and subject-specific terms to recap.

When control of vouchers is transferred from one teacher account to another, the new course tiles will now automatically appear on the teacher dashboard without needing to be added manually. This is great for central finance teams buying on behalf of teachers.

We have updated our terms and conditions for the purchasing, refunding and transferring of unused vouchers. The summary of the changes is:

  • Any amendments to a Smart Revise order (for example, due to a reduction in student numbers) must be requested within 3 months of the order date; or the start of the academic year in cases where course vouchers have been purchased in advance for student users commencing a Smart Revise course in September.
  • Course Vouchers cannot be refunded or exchanged if they have been previously allocated to a student user for 3 months or more and subsequently reclaimed; or expired.
  • We will only refund or exchange vouchers that have not been allocated within the 3 month period.
  • In cases where cancelling course vouchers from an order brings it below the threshold for a bulk purchase discount, the order total will be recalculated with the discount reduced/removed before a refund is applied.

In essence, please do not build up a bank of unused vouchers. Ask them to be refunded.

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We meet every Monday afternoon to discuss requests we have received and move them to the public kanban.

We can't promise to implement every idea, but you can see our decision and track the progress on the kanban.


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2023 release notes

All the features released in 2023.

2022 release notes

All the features released in 2022.

2021 release notes

All the features released in 2021.