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This is a module for MagicMirror. It displays info from the website MyStudyLife. It syncs and displays your class schedule plus upcoming exams and tasks. Each indivual class, exam, and task is colorcoded to the colors used in MyStudyLife. Screenshot of Module


  1. Navigate into your MagicMirror's modules folder and execute git clone A new folder will appear, navigate into it.

  2. Execute npm install to install the node dependencies.

  3. Open a browser and navigate to the dashboard of your MyStudyLife account. Then open a developer console and input the command localStorage._. You should get a response along the lines of "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX:XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX=". Paste this code in your config file as follows:
    (Unfortunately My Study Life changes this code roughly once a month and this code will have to be manually updated by the user)

    Example of Dashboard and Console

  4. Unfortunately there is no way to find which days of the week each class takes place using the data MyStudyLife exports so you must enter this info into the config file. You will create a javascript object which has the name of your classes as keys and an array of the dates the class occurs on as values. The arrays will contain integers which represent the dates. They are as follows:

    Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
    0 1 2 3 4 5 6


The MMM-MyStudyLife entry in config.js can include the following:

Option Description
interval How often the data is updated (in milli-seconds),
Type Integer
Default 100000
code The code received from MyStudyLife in step 3
Type String
color Whether or not to color the module
Type Boolean
Default true
showSchedule Whether or not to display a class schedule
Type Boolean
Default true
showExams Whether or not to display upcoming exams
Type Boolean
Default true
showTasks Whether or not to display upcoming tasks
Type Boolean
Default true
totNumOfTasks The maximum amount of tasks displayed under the "Tasks" tab
Type Integer
Default 5
totNumOfExams The maximum amount of exams displayed under the "Exams" tab
Type Integer
Default 7
includeExamSub Whether or not to include the subject of the exam before the title of the exam ("Physics Final" vs "Final")
Type Boolean
Default true
classes A javascript object containing all of your classes and what days of the week they take place on
Type Object
militaryTime Whether or not to use 24 hour time in class schedule
Type Boolean
Default true

Here is an example of what config.js might look like:

modules: [
  module: "MMM-MyStudyLife",
  position: "top_right",
  config: {
    showSchedule: true,
    showExams: true,
    showTasks: true,
    classes: {
      "Intro to Algs. Lecture": [1,3,5],
      "Intro to Algs. Lab": [3],
      "Honors Math Lecture": [1,3,5],
      "Honors Math Discussion": [2,4],
      "Physics": [1],
      "General Review": [1],
      "Math": [1,3,5],
      "Physics 2 Lecture": [1,2,3,5],
      "Physics 2 Discussion": [4],
      "Physics 2 Lab": [4],
      "Digital Games and Society": [2,4],
      "CSE 1001": [5],
      "Honors Nexus": [4]


  • request (installed via npm install)


  • This is my first project using Javascript, so feel free to submit any issues or critiques you have and I will do my best to update the project.
  • A special thanks to:
    1. Michael Teeuw for creating MagicMirror2 which made this project possible.
    2. Sam Lewis whose MMM-Traffic module which I used a guide for much of this projects creation.
    3. University of Minnesota Anderson Labs which allowed me create the physcial mirror which this software was written for. Both the Taylor Student Project Fund and Anderson Labs free to use equipment were vital in the creation of my project.
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