A More Class-Based Experience on Remind

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If it’s been a while since the last time you logged in to Remind, you might have noticed that things look a little different online and on the mobile app. Along with updating our design, we’ve moved some features around to mirror the way teachers use Remind in their daily lives.

In user research sessions earlier this year, almost every educator selected a class before doing anything else—including sending messages and adding people. To support the way you’re already using Remind, these features are now located within your classes.

When you log in, choose the class you want to see. From there, you can read your messages, compose new ones, and manage your participants and activities. Here’s what that looks like online and in the app.

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To go to your other classes or your school, navigating out of a class is a snap—just go to the list of all of your classes and select the one you want to see.

 

We hope this makes it easier to use your classes this year, and let us know if you have any questions or feedback at support@remindhq.com. We’re always here to help!

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