Check-in to your classes with the SEAtS mobile app

Updated on 23 April 2022

We have replaced paper attendance registers with a digital system for your in-person and online learning. Find out how to get the app and use it to show you have attended your classes.

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This easy to use app replaces paper registers.

Attending classes and academic performance are closely linked. Our digital system means students can view and manage their own attendance using a mobile dashboard with a traffic light system.

It also means that staff from Schools and Students Services will be able reach out and offer support to students earlier, to help them get back on track and achieve the best outcomes.

Download the app

The SEAtS Mobile app is available for iOS and Android devices. We recommend you download this before your classes begin so it is ready to use right away.

Once you’ve downloaded the app, login using your University username and password..

If you have a username that doesn’t include your ID number make sure you enter it correctly.

On-campus classes

For teaching activities on City, Ninewells, and Kirkcaldy campuses the app connects to Bluetooth beacons in teaching spaces. If your Bluetooth is turned off your app will ask you to turn it on before you can check in.

Online classes

The software also connects to your online timetabled activities allowing you to check-In when attending remotely.

  • Open your app
  • Tap Watch to register your attendance.

You can only check-in to your online teaching activities up to 5 minutes before and 20 minutes after the start of the session. The ticket icon will turn solid green for a successful check-in.

On-demand learning

The SEAtS app is not currently used for non-timetabled (or asynchronous) classes and learning.

For technical queries log in to the University Service Desk and choose the Check In icon.

If you have questions about attendance monitoring in general please get in touch with your School Office.


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