Tech Tuesday Review: My Music Staff

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My Music Staff is a web-based resource you can use on whatever device you have. Just log into your account online wherever you are and manage your studio.

My Music Staff is super easy to set up. Simply input your students and family details (you can do this by importing your contacts if you wish) to set up their account. Have multiple teachers in your studio? No problem, My Music Staff makes managing easy for you too.

 

Once that is done you will be able to include and access attendance notes, practice log, repertoire, and email history.

Next, you can schedule events, group lessons, camps and more to be added to your calendar (in addition to regular lessons). The calendar will even show students birthdays!

Easily keep track of your lending library…… and send invoices to families. By the way, My Music Staff added an exciting update that allows parents to make a payment when they click the “make payment” button on the invoice. This will take them over to PayPal.

Expenses and income log, very helpful at tax time! And don’t forget to keep track of your mileage.

You can even set up a website page and posts. If you already have one, they have some widget codes you can add to yours.

When you log into My Music Staff you not only see your agenda for the day, but you can see the latest “staff room news” so you are always updated with the latest.

My Music Staff has a clean interface that makes managing your studio super easy for even the tech challenged teacher! My Music Staff is just $12.95 a month no matter how many students you have.

My Music Staff does not do an affiliate program like some of the others. Keith Russell stated, “We believe in offering the lowest price possible to everyone without compromising features, benefits or service.”

You can check out My Music Staff here and sign up for a month trial for free.

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3 Comments

  1. Aurora

    Did you receive the product you’re reviewing for free or at a discount? I don’t see a disclosure statement, but this review reads like sales copy.

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