What is FavYogis?
FavYogis is designed to make it easier to manage scheduling and payment for independent instructors.
The service provides a clear channel of communication for teachers to send information out to their students.  Students get up-to-date class schedules and information about events, substitutions, or cancellations; all in one place.
“Tell me more…” Most teachers fall in love with the convenience and control they gain using FavYogis. Being able to have all your classes in a single place and controlling exactly how they are listed is nice. For students, no longer do they have to check multiple apps/websites or studio schedules to find the teachers that give them all the feels. On top of the centralization of class schedules one of our strongest features is the direct communication afforded between teachers and students. Teachers can send a mobile notification blast out to students. In real-time. Any time. Students get the message right on their phone in moments (followed by an email just in case they miss the notification).  We hope teachers start to harness the power of this capability to better keep students abreast of what’s going on.


How does receiving payment work?

When you receive a payment it is immediately sent to your connected Stripe account. Currently, it takes Stripe 1-2 days to have funds delivered if you have a linked bank account.

How do I mark my classes as subbed or canceled?

Need to cancel or have someone else sub class for you? Here are a few steps you can take:

  1. Edit the individual class that you need to change (you can update the status of each class).
  2. Go to SETTINGS from the main menu and change the status of all your classes at once.
  3. In addition to updating the status of your classes you can send a notification out to all your students.  Simply go to your profile and tap the “Notify Students” button to let them know about your schedule changes.
When a class status is “sub” does that mean my class will be seen by students as being subbed by someone else? Or does it mean they think I’m subbing for someone else?

The “sub” status is intended to denote which of YOUR classes are being subbed by someone else so your students can know not to expect your face when they arrive at class. Whenever you add another class (whether subbing for someone else, or doing a one-time event) there is no special designation outside of the class title.


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