Portal: Your dashboard

The dashboard is your centralised homepage for your XUNO Portal. Each time you sign-in your dashboard will appear with the latest news, alerts, calendar events, statistics and more. 

When you first sign-in you'll be presented with a brief tour to take you through the features of the Portal and how to use them. You can retake the tour anytime by following the steps below.



Your school's latest news is shown under this heading. View the description of each item by clicking on the corresponding title of a row to expand it. Click on the  View all news items row at the bottom to show older and previous news items, or to select a custom date range.



The calendar shows you a running list of events that are occurring at your school, and will show the next 7 days of calendar items. Days that have no calendar entries are not shown on the calendar. You can check for more events into the future by clicking on the  Show more items row at the bottom of your calendar.


Coloured tiles

Each of the coloured tiles are designed to help you get a quick snapshot of your attendance today, absences, timetable, and assignments and work that is due. You can click on each of the tiles as a quick-link to the relevant pages.   


Take a tour

Take a tour of the portal anytime to learn how to use its features. Click on the Options menu and then click on the Take a Tour item.



The Portal is designed to work on all devices, from laptops and desktop computers, to mobile devices and tablets. 

Throughout this documentation when we refer to the "top header bar", we mean the very top blue bar that contains the XUNO logo. This bar also contains the menu button icon on the right when you access the Portal from a mobile device.

When we refer to the "top navigation bar", we mean the coloured bar directly underneath the top header bar. On larger screens it helps you to easily see what page you are viewing relative to your Dashboard through its use of the > arrows. On mobile devices, the arrows and text are removed and only show the title of the current page you are viewing.


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