EDpuzzle Help Center

Getting Started

  • Flip your classroom

    Flipping the classroom is a great way to use the time with your students more efficiently. 

    EDpuzzle is a fantastic tool to make sure the flipped classroom works. You can save time customizing videos and you will hold your students accountable if they watch the videos at home.

    Here is a quick video that explains the basics of the flipped classroom, and there are penguins, which is awesome: Click here to watch the video at Youtube

  • Getting Started with EDpuzzle

    Welcome to EDpuzzle! We are excited that you decided to join our community of awesome teachers. Here are six steps that will help you get started to use video-lessons with your students. It should take less than 15 min.

     

    1) Think about your next lesson. Is there anything you would like your students to know in advance? Or maybe a concept you explained in a previous lesson?

    2) Search on EDpuzzle or YouTube. Once you have a sense for what topic you want to cover, search for it on EDpuzzle. Don't worry if it's not perfect, you can edit it to make it so! 

    3) Edit the video with EDpuzzle. Now let's make the almost perfect video, just perfect. Trim and take only the part that you need, record your voice to make it more personal or embed questions to hold your students accountable during the video.

    4) Create a class. A class is a place where you can assign videos and any student in that class will receive them. Eventually, when a student completes a task, you will receive really useful information from each one of them.

    5) Assign the video-lesson to your class and give the class code to your students. They will create a student account (email is optional) and they will introduce the class code to join your class.

    6) Check the progress report. Before the class starts, you can check each student progress on that assignment. Who watched the video, who didn't understand the lesson, and who did a good job. 

     

    Here is a quick video that will help you get started: Click Here

     

  • Easy steps to get your department on board

    It is usually better to start EDpuzzle with another teacher in the same department. You will save time and you will be able to share awesome ideas with another person. If you want to engage someone in your department we recommend the following steps:

     

    1) Try EDpuzzle in your classroom for a week. You will see amazing improvements in your students. Get the data and show it to your colleagues.

    2) Explain the easy steps to create a video-lesson, a classroom, and an assignment.

    3) Help them get started and brainstorm about the next lesson they can create. We recommend re-using one of your lessons.

    4) If they have to use EDpuzzle with a different class, explain how did you got started. It is scary to try something new, so if you explain how you used your time in the first and second class, they will feel more comfortable.

    5) Check their progress every week and start sharing video lessons through EDpuzzle.

  • PDF for Students: Register & Add Class

    Hello Lovely Teachers! 

    Attached to this article you will find a PDF document that you can hand out to your students to have them register for their EDpuzzle accounts and add themselves to your class by using the class code (non-Google Classroom only). 

    Feel free to use this handout as guidance if you would like to have your students register at home instead of during class time as well! 

  • What does EDpuzzle cost?

    EDpuzzle is 100% free for teachers and students. The gradebook and all the premium features are built so that schools pay for them, not the teachers. We decided that we will never charge teachers. Education seems to be the only industry where a worker pays for the tools used at work. 

    As former teachers, we don't think teachers should be an exception.

    So if you think the school might be interested, more than happy to help you with that process. :)

  • Everything is grey. My content has been deleted and I can not access "My Classes"

    The gray screen and the pop-ups that appear are part of the onboarding process we have on our platform. The pop-ups are intended to be a way to show you how you can use EDpuzzle to its full potential, and that's why we guide users to follow these steps. Once you finish the entire onboarding process (it's only a few steps), you will be able to freely use the website as you prefer, as you will now know all it can offer.

    Here’s a one minute video that explains how to complete these easy steps.

     

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Video managment

  • Include Feedback in Video Questions

    Do you want to give immediate feedback to your students? We have a feature that allows you to write a message that students will automatically see after submitting a question. This is useful if you want to clarify an incorrect answer or you want to engage students with a cheerful message.

    To include feedback in your questions, please follow these steps:
     
    1. Select the Open Ended or Multiple Choice question option and write your question

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    2. Click the "Feedback" button and the text are will turn blue

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    3. Write a comment you want to display after the student's answer
    4. To go back to your question, press the "Question" button

    Notice that you will also be able to include immediate feedback for each multiple choice answer.   

    Click here to watch it on Youtube 

     

    At this moment, immediate feedback isn't available for our Android and iOS apps. That's why we recommend using our web version for this purpose, although we will include these features in future releases!

  • Edit a video: Audio Notes and Audio Tracks

    Studies show students pay more attention to content if they hear it from a familiar voice. Therefore we highly recommend recording a simple introduction or comment to your video to engage your students even more.

    Here are two ways to add audio to your video-lesson:

     

    How to record an Audio Note

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    You can add a quick voice commentary by recording an audio note, to do so follow these steps:

    1. In "My Content", select the video you would like to edit
    2. Click the blue "Edit" button at the top of the video
    3. Choose the "Speaker" button at the top of the editing page (you will see that it turns yellow once you click it)
    4. Drag the yellow microphone flange along the video to the place you want the audio-note to be
    5. Click the flange to start recording your voice
    6. If this is the first time you've ever recorded an audio voice, a microphone pop up will appear, click "Allow" so your voice can be recorded
    7. Start talking!
    8. Once finished, click the yellow button again and it will stop recording
    9. Your message has been recorded! You can create another audio-note! Remember to click the green "save" button so you don't lose any progress.

    Click here to watch a video of it on YouTube

     

    How to move your Audio Note

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    If you want to move your audio-note to another place in the video, follow these steps:

    1. While editing the video select the "Speaker" button, the one that says audio-notes.
    2. Select and click the audio note you want to move
    3. Drag the yellow microphone glange to where you want students to hear it

     

    How to delete Audio Notes

    To remove audio-notes follow these simple steps:

    1. While editing the video choose the "Speaker" button at the top of the editing page (you will see that it turns yellow once you click it)
    2. Select and click the audio note you want to remove
    3. A red bin will appear underneath it, choose it
    4. If you are sure you want to remove it, select the "Yes" option

    Note: if you just recorded the audio-note, you will be prompted with the "Remove all new audio-notes" and "Remove the last note" buttons at the bottom of the video. The first button will remove all the audio notes with a "New" tag over them, and the second one will remove the last one you just recorded.

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    Click here to watch a video of it on YouTube

     

    How to record an Audio-Track 

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    You can record your voice over the entire video-lesson using the "Audio Track" feature:

    1. In "My Content", select the video you would like to edit
    2. Click the blue "Edit" button at the top of the video
    3. Click on the "Microphone" button at the top of the editing page (you will see it turns blue once you click it)
    4. A new microphone button will appear below the video. Click it to start recording your voice
    5. If this is the first time you record an audi-track, a microphone pop up will appear, click "Allow" so your voice can be recorded
    6. To preview what is ahead in the video click the "Play" button" This will not record your voice. Click the blue microphone button to record your voice.
    7. Note that you will have to record your voice over the entire video. If you want to record small sections, then please use the audio-note feature. This feature will not allow you to record your voice over sections of the video. If while recording your audio track you wish to pause it, will be able to do so by pressing the "Pause" button. To resume the recording, press the blue microphone button again.
    8. Your voice has been recorded!

    Click here to watch a video of it on YouTube

     

    How to delete your Audio Track

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    To delete an audio track:

    1. While editing the video choose the "Microphone" button (you will see that it turns blue once you click it)
    2. Select the red "Remove the current audio track" button
    3. You are done! You can create a new audio track if you wish!

     

  • Embed Formulas, Images, Links or PDFs to your questions

    A great way to add more value to your questions or comments is by adding some pictures or linking the question to another website or document.

    You can do so by clicking on the specific button when inserting a comment/question. Here we explain how to add the following:

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    Embed Images

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    You can embed a picture in a question or comment by uploading it from your computer or using a URL. Follow these steps to do so:

    1. In "My Content", select the video you would like to edit
    2. Click the blue "Edit" button at the top of the video
    3. Click on the "Question" button at the top-right of the editing page (you will see it turns green once you click it)
    4. A new question button will appear at the timeline of the video. Click to add a new question
    5. Choose what kind of question you would like to insert by selecting: Open Ended Question, Multiple Choice Question, or Comment.
    6. Select the image button above the text area and a pop-up will open
    7. Decide if you want to upload your own picture or use one from the Internet
    8. Set a title and a size
    9. Press "OK". Now you can continue editing the question!

    Click here to watch a video of it on YouTube

     

    Embed Formulas

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    You can embed a formula in a question or comment using the Code Cogs equation editor, follow these steps:

    1. In "My Content", select the video you would like to edit
    2. Click the blue "Edit" button at the top of the video
    3. Click on the "Question" button at the top-right of the editing page (you will see it turns green once you click it)
    4. A new question button will appear at the timeline of the video. Click to add a new question
    5. Choose what kind of question/comment you would like to insert by selecting: Open Ended Question, Multiple Choice Question, or Comment.
    6. Select the formula button (fx) above the text area and a pop-up will open
    7. Use the math expression buttons to insert your formula
    8. Press "OK". Now you can continue editing the question!
  • Upload Your Own Video to EDpuzzle

    Click here to watch it on Youtube

    From the Search section, click on the Upload button besides the search bar and select a video from your computer.

    All major formats are supported but videos must not exceed 1GB.

  • Upload audio files to EDpuzzle

    We support audio files, but first, have to be converted to a video file. There are many online platforms like Zamzar or Mp3toolbox that easily convert the files. Once you have your mp3 file converted to mp4, from the Search section at EDpuzzle, click on the Upload button beside the search bar and select the video from your computer.

  • Record Your Own Videos Lessons with Snagit (Free tool)

    Not finding the right video for your lesson? Use a screen recording tool such as Snagit, Screencastify or Screencastomatic to capture your powerpoint slides as well as your voice as you walk your students through the lesson of the day!

    Then, upload your lesson directly to EDpuzzle and begin creating an interactive video lesson for your students!

    Click here to watch it on Youtube

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Classroom & Student's Managment

  • Move one student to another classroom

    If you'd like to reorganize your students, for example moving some of them from one class to another, these are the steps you should follow:

    1) Go to "My Classes" select from the left bar the original class that your students belong to.

    2) Go to "Members"

    3) Remove the students we want to change to another class

    4) Go to the new class and click the "Invite students" blue button at the right. 

    5) Then give the new class code to the students you want to add to that class.

    Here's a quick video that might help.

     

     

  • Delete, Lock, Edit, Archive a classroom

    Please select what you would like to do

     

    How to delete or lock a classroom

    If you'd like to get a better control about your class, you can lock it to prevent other students from joining it, even with the class code. Another useful tip is to delete it, for example, when you're starting a new semester and you want to delete the old classes to avoid mixing them.

    In order to do any of the mentioned options, please follow these steps:

    1. Go to "My Classes"
    2. Select the class you'd like to lock or delete
    3. Go to "Members"

    - Delete a class:

    • Click the "Remove Class" option at the right, below the Locking access.
    • Confirm the deletion by selecting 'yes'

    Here's a quick video that might help.      

     

    - Lock a class:

    • Click the "Lock access" option at the right.
    • Click it unlock the class whenever you want to add new students to the class.

    Here's a quick video that might help. 

     

    How to edit a classroom

    Once you've created your class, if you want to edit its information like its name, subject or grade, just follow these instructions: 

    1. Go to "My Classes" and find the class you want to edit.
    2. Edit the classroom name: Press the class name on the list. Type the new name and press "Return"
    3. Change subject and grade: Select the correct option in the drop down menu below the class name.

    Here is a quick video that will show you how to do it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2mnKon9saY

     

    How to archive a classroom

    Unfortunately archiving classes is not available for the moment, even though we are considering it for newer versions of EDpuzzle, right now we do not have this feature. Although we strongly recommend that teachers delete and create new classes every year.

     

  • Change student password, name or remove / Class members

    If one of your students has forgotten their password, you need to change their name in EDpuzzle, or they need to be removed from your class, it's easy! 

    Please follow these steps:

    1) Go to the class that the student is enrolled in and then click on the tab titled "Members".

    2) There you will see your entire roster of students who have been invited to that class and you can click on the links "Edit Name", "Reset Password", or "Remove". EDpuzzle.png

    Here's a quick video that will show you how to do it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EtSVNyFE_4

     

  • Set the Due date.

    Due Date

    The "due date" is used to set a starting and a finish date. Students will be able to watch the videos even after the due date has passed (for example to review before an exam). However, you will always hold your students accountable and if someone completed the task after the due date, you will be notified in the progress report. 

    You can set a due date directly when assigning video or once assigned:

    1. Press the following buttons under "My Classes" to:

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    It is important to remark that if you set a future start date, the assignment will appear under the "Upcoming" section and your students will not be able to watch it until the start date arrives.

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    Organize Assignments

    The due date is, right now, the only way to organize the content for your students, which by default is organized by last assigned on top. We are aware that we need to improve the user experience by adding more organization tools, we will work on it.

     

     

     

     

  • Create a new classroom

    If you do not use Google Classroom, there are two ways you can create a new EDpuzzle classroom. The first one after editing your video and the second one directly from the "My Classes" page. If you are a Google Classroom user please check this article to see how to import a new classroom.


    Create a classroom after editing your video

    1. Once you have finished editing your video, click on the blue "Finish" button at the top right of the page. A pop-up will appear
    2. Select the option "Add Class"
    3. Set a name for that class
    4. Press enter or click the check mark 

    Click here to watch a video of it on YouTube 

     

    Create a classroom from "My Classes"

    1. Click the "My Classes" tab at the top of the page.
    2. On the left, under my classes, click "Add class".
    3. Set a name.
    4. Press enter or click the check mark.

    Click here to watch a video of it on YouTube 

     

    If you want to edit your class name / grade / subject, lock it or remove it, once it has been already created, please check this article.

     

     

  • How to Sort Students Alphabetically in "Progress"

    Currently, we sort student progress reports by grade. This way you can quickly segment who in your class needs additional instruction or didn't understand the concept in the video. 

    However, if you would like to sort your progress report in alphabetical order by the Last Name, here is how to do so: 

    1. Go to "My Classes"
    2. Select the "Progress" button of the assignment you want to check
    3. Then click on the title "Student Name" to sort them alphabetically

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    You can only sort them alphabetically by the Last Name if the students have written their names as "Last Name, First Name" in their profile. If they have not, you can ask them to change their names by visiting the profile page, or you can easily change it yourself:

    1. Go to "My Classes"
    2. Select the "Members" tab, at the top right corner
    3. Click on the "Edit Name" text on the student you want to modify
    4. Change the name so it meets the "Last Name, First Name" criteria
    5. Then you will be able to order them correctly on the Progress page 

    Click here to watch a video of it on YouTube

     

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Account Managment

  • Forgot my password

    If you are a teacher and you forget your password, click the “forgot password” button at the bottom of the login screen:

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    You will then be asked to enter your EDpuzzle email and will be sent instructions to reset your password.

    • If you don’t receive a reset email in your inbox, make sure to check your spam folder
    • If you still can’t find it, it’s possible that you did not give us the same email address that you used to sign up for EDpuzzle
    • To figure out which email is the right one to use, check your old emails to see which account has received EDpuzzle emails in the past

    If you’re still having trouble, email us at support@edpuzzle.com, and we’ll be happy to help you out! :)



  • Change School

    If you've registered in the wrong school or you've moved to another school, you can change your school settings in your profile. It's very easy! Just go to your Profile section and from there click on the "Change school" button.

    Keep in mind that, for privacy reasons, to change your school will involve deleting all your classrooms and assignments. 

    There is a limit of one change every 6 months. Once, you have done the available change you will see a message which will inform you about the date when you will be able to change your school again.

     

  • My student has created a teacher account

    Unfortunately, it's not possible to turn a teacher account into a student account. However, If you have some students with teacher accounts, tell them to go to https://edpuzzle.com/logout and then sign up as a student. EDpuzzle allows you to have a teacher and a student account with the same username/email. This way, you will not have any problem creating the new student account.

    If a student wants to delete that teacher account, s/he will have to contact us directly, requesting for us to delete his/her teacher account using the same email s/he used to register.

     

  • I am a teacher and I want to join a classroom
    Unfortunately, it is not possible to join another classroom from a teacher account. So if you'd like to join another teacher's classroom, you should create a student account. (You can use the same email address that you use for your teacher account). But keep in mind that you won't be able to share the assignments or videos from that class with your students. 
  • Change email, username, name

    You can change your email or username at the profile page. You will be able to update the following information:

    Email address: If you log in using an email address and a password you can update it by pressing the "Change" button.

    Update/Disconnect from Google: When you use Google sign you can disconnect it or you can update it by disconnecting it from your current account and connecting EDpuzzle to the new Google account. But if you do not have a password or an Edmodo account set up yet we will ask you to first add one to prevent you from losing all access to EDpuzzle.

    Update/Disconnect from Edmodo: You are able to update your Edmodo account by "Disconnecting" and "Connecting" with the new email address. But you will, also, need to add another sign in method.

    You will also be able to set/change your password and change your subject. If you want to update your school please see this article.

    Click here to watch it on Youtube

     

  • Delete account

    If you want to delete your account please click "Contact Us" next to "Search", or email us at (support@edpuzzle.com). If ya are a student who wants to delete his/her account please visit: Delete student's account 

    It is not possible to exchange your account from student to teacher, or vice-versa, but we allow having two different accounts (a teacher and a student one) with the same e-mail address, that way you are able to keep all your information or see your classes from the student's point of view.

     

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Google Classroom

Troubleshooting

  • Uploading issues

    First of all, right now, you cannot upload videos from iPads due to a documented iOS issue between the communication of the gallery and the browser on iOS devices. We suggest to use another device as a workaround, you can go directly to www.edpuzzle.com from your laptop or desktop computer and upload videos from there!

    If you are currently having troubles with the browser, then the internet connection, temporary server issues, the size or the format of the video can be the origin of the problem.

    Also, note that videos cannot exceed 1GB.

    If you comply with these requirements and still doesn't work, feel free to contact us with the original file of the video and we will have a look into it. If the video is too large to be attached, please send us a Dropbox or Google Drive link.

  • I can't copy my colleague video

    EDpuzzle is free for teachers and students. You can use and create as many lessons as you want and share them with your students. The "School Channel" is a premium feature, so we give limited access to our free users. You can copy and share lessons with other colleagues in the same school.

    Once you reach that limit of copies, your school will need to upgrade. We offer unlimited copies to premium schools. There are different options and we can adjust to your budget. Feel free to put us in touch with the person responsible. We are nice and former teachers, so we know how to deal with these situations.

     

     

     

     

  • Video with Sad face - Video blocked - YouTube restrictions

    Video with Sad face or error message: "The connection was reset" -blocked in my school

    If the video is blocked in your school or is displaying a sad face or a message "The connection was reset" like this one:

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    It sounds like there is a strong filter in your school. In this case, we recommend two alternatives:

    1. You can upload your videos directly to EDpuzzle servers, those videos won't be blocked. Follow this steps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToSWSg8yEOE&feature=youtu.be
    2. You can flip your class. This means that you assign the videos to watch at home and you get more time in the classroom.

    In the meantime, if we could talk with the IT person in your school, we would love to check if there is anything we can do to make it work.

     

    YouTube video is restricted

    When videos are restricted or it shows a message like this: "This video is restricted. Try signing in with a Google Apps account" it means that your internet network or your google apps domain has a filter for YouTube videos. To solve this please follow these steps:

    1. Visit YouTube page
    2. Check if you are logged in with your school account (do so if not)
    3. Scroll all the way down and see if you see this:YouTube_video_is_restricted___EDpuzzle_Support.png

    "Restricted Mode" is probably ON for you, if you can switch it off. Sometimes the button is blocked and you as a teacher don't have control over it -- that means that your school/district has enabled this. If there is somebody in your IT department that can contact us at support@edpuzzle.com, we will make all possible to make EDpuzzle work on your school.

     

     

  • Copyright issues?

    Since EDpuzzle is just streaming videos from YouTube or Vimeo through their embed APIs, we (and you) are in compliance with copyright issues. That is provided the original video isn't infringing on anything, in which case the video could be taken down at any time.
    The original video still accumulates views through EDpuzzle videos, because we do not use the Auto-Play embed. Meaning the user has to click play in order to watch the video and it's verified that someone is watching the video and it's not just automatically playing. Through YouTube's embed API, pre/post-roll ads do not play, but the pop-up banner ads still show on the EDpuzzle video. This is important if the owner of the video making money from advertisers to assure their video content and ads are being seen. Again, this is in compliance with YouTube, as long as you are not making money directly off of video content that you do not own.

    Besides, following YouTube terms of use, education is an exception and you can use any public video for educational purposes, as long as you don't make money out of it.

  • Watch videos offline

    Right now the videos are not available without internet connection. Internet is necessary so that teachers can get the progress of their students while their watch the video-lesson. We are tracking all the information to our servers so teachers can follow the activity of their students without any delay.

    We will explore alternatives, but at the moment, make sure students complete their task online. :)

  • I can't log in or I am not able to sign up

    In order to log in or sign up on EDpuzzle, you have to enable cookies and pop-ups. In this article we explain to you how to do so:

    Cookies are used to store information directly on your web browser and they are necessary on the log in/sign in process. To enable cookies you need to modify your browser's security settings, to do so please choose your browser from the following links: Chrome or Internet Explorer

    Pop-ups appear to allow access from another site, Google or Edmodo. To authorize pop-ups please visit Chrome settings or Internet Explorer Pop-up Blocker

    Also, you can click on this button (located at the top-right corner) and select the option 'Always allow', as shown in the image.

     

     

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Android and iOS Apps

  • Apps for cellphones and tablets

    Did you know we have some cool apps for students? We have an iOS and an Android app that are super easy to use! It lets students who don't have a computer watch EDpuzzle videos anywhere, anytime!

    Click the following links to download them:

    1. iOS App
    2. Android App

    Let us know what you think, any feedback is appreciated :)

  • Apps (Android & iOS) for Teachers

    Currently, apps for Teachers are not available. The apps are only available for students. As former teachers, we understand how comfortable this would be for you and that is why we are working hard on making the teacher's app available in the future. At the moment though we are centering all our resources to improve your EDpuzzle experience and include many new features that we are sure you will also enjoy. We are quite an small team but we work really hard on making our teacher’s and student’s experience the best we can, one out of time. Thank you for your patience in this matter and hopefully this is not a main stopper for you and you are able to work with EDpuzzle directly on the browser.

  • Can't access EDpuzzle on my iPhone

    In order to make EDpuzzle work correctly, you must download the iOS app for iPhone and other iOS devices. Here is the link to download it:  (iOS App)

    iPhone devices do not allow to reproduce YouTube videos directly on a browser, it only allows to play them on the YouTube app, therefore in order to make EDpuzzle work correctly it is necessary to download the iOS app for iPhone devices (although it is highly recommended for all iOS devices).

    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you and please contact us at support@edpuzzle.com if you have any questions!

  • My video is not playing and I am using an app (iOS or Android)

    Please make sure that you have the last version of the app installed. If this does not solve the issue, please send us an email at support@edpuzzle.com or “leave a message” below, explaining which error message appears (a screenshot would be appreciated) and specifying which device and app version you are using.

    For iOS users, if a "URL not found" error appears, please visit this article.

  • Feedback is not appearing on my iOS/Android app

    Immediate feedback and feedback comments aren't available for our mobile apps yet. At the moment we recommend using our web version for this purpose, although we will include these features in future releases!

  • URL not found on iOS app

    Please make sure you have the latest version of the iOS app downloaded. If you do and are still getting this message, email us at support@edpuzzle.com or "leave us message" below telling us: 

    1. The title of the video (or the link)

    2. Which device and app version you are using 

    Thanks!

Premium School Edition - Teachers

  • The Basics of Gradebook

    Watch this short video for a description and a quick "how-to" on the basics of the Gradebook feature!  

    Click here to watch it on Youtube

  • Find Your Colleagues in EDpuzzle

    You have access to all of your colleagues and their video lessons through the School Edition of EDpuzzle. Here's where you can find your thought-partners! 

    Click here to watch it on Youtube

  • Copy and Edit a Colleague's Video Lesson

    With the Premium School Edition of EDpuzzle, you now have unlimited access to all of your colleagues' video lessons and content! Here is a quick tutorial with instructions on how to find, copy and edit your colleague's video to match your specific needs! 

    Click here to watch it on Youtube

  • Copy Lessons and Folders

    Now that you have unlimited copies of your colleagues' videos in the School Edition of EDpuzzle, learn how to copy lessons or entire folders under the "My School" channel! 

    Click here to watch it on Youtube

  • I want more copies, what can I do?

    No problem. We offer unlimited copies to premium schools. There are different options and we can adjust to your budget. Feel free to put us in touch with the person responsible. We are nice and former teachers, so we know how to deal with these situations.

  • What happens when I reach the limit?

    Once you reach that limit of copies, your school will need to upgrade. We would love to chat with someone in your department or school to make it work.

    You can still use EDpuzzle with your students and create your own video-lessons. As many as you want. But if your school is interested in the creation of a Video library, we are here to give that option.

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