• How do I invite new students to my class?

    Once you’ve created your class, you’re ready to invite your students! You can do this by sharing either your class code or a direct class link with them. If you use Google Classroom, you can also import your students directly from Google Classroom. 


    Using your class code
    Note: Scroll down to the "Importing new students from Google Classroom" of this article if you're using Google Classroom.
    Each class you create is associated with a unique class code that connects your students to the class. If a student doesn’t have an Edpuzzle account yet, they'll be prompted to create one in order to join the class. Here’s how to invite your students:

    1. Click the “My Classes” tab in the top right corner.
    2. Select the class you'd like to invite your students to.
    3. Click on the "Students" tab and then the blue “Invite students” button. 

    Note: If you can’t find your class code and you’re missing the blue “Invite students” button, you already connected your class to Google Classroom. 


    Importing new students from Google Classroom
    When you connect your Google Classroom to Edpuzzle, the roster is automatically imported.
     
    However, once a classroom has been connected to Google Classroom, the only way to add more students is to add the students to the Google Classroom course and then import them to Edpuzzle.
     
    Here's how you can import your Google Classroom roster to Edpuzzle:

    1. Check your Google Classroom to make sure the student is on the roster for the same Google Classroom connected class to Edpuzzle. If not, you'll need to add them to the Google Classroom before proceeding.
    2. In Edpuzzle, click the "My Classes" tab at the top right.
    3. Select the class you've connected to Google Classroom.
    4. Click the "Students tab" and on the right-hand side, you'll see the "Import students" button. Click it, and you're ready to go! 

    Any new students who joined the Google Classroom course after it was originally imported will be enrolled in the Edpuzzle classroom. The student will have to log in to Edpuzzle with their Google Classroom account and be on the Google Classroom roster as well.

    Open classes
    With open classes, your students can join a class and complete assignments without an Edpuzzle account! To invite students to the class, click on the "Invite students” button in the upper right-hand corner of the class page. You can either share the link or class code with your students. Students won’t be able to save their sessions, so if they leave your open class and then join again at a later time, they’ll be treated as a new user.


    In contrast with classic classes, open classes don’t have a “Student” tab. This is because each assignment will generate its own list of students as they join your open class.

  • How do I remove a student from a class?

    If you need to delete a student from your Edpuzzle class, you'll need to follow these steps:

    1. Click the “My Classes” tab in the top right corner.    
    2. Select the class with the student you'd like to delete.
    3. Select the “Students” tab.
    4. Find the student account you want to remove and click the ellipsis button (...) to the right of their name.
    5. Click the “Remove from class” option from the drop-down menu.
    6. Confirm your removal(s) and you’re done! 

    If you need to remove multiple students at once, check the boxes to the left of the students' names and select "Remove from class" from the bar at the bottom.

    Removing students is helpful if they've created an extra account by mistake. However, doing so will delete that student's data from that class, so be careful when deleting students!

    You might also be interested in our article on how to edit a student's name or change their password.

  • How do I change a student's password or name?

    To reset a student's password or edit a student's name on Edpuzzle, follow these steps:

    Reset password

    1. Click the “My Classes” tab in the top right corner.
    2. Select the class the student is in.     
    3. Select the “Students” tab.
    4. Find the student account you want to edit and click the ellipsis button (...) to the right of their name.
    5. From the dropdown menu, select “Reset Password”.
    6. A pop-up window will appear, allowing you to enter their new password. Save the changes and you’re all set! 

    Change a student's name

    1. Click the “My Classes” tab in the top right corner.
    2. Select the class the student is in.     
    3. Select the “Students” tab.
    4. Find the student account you want to edit and click the ellipsis button (...) to the right of their name.
    5. From the dropdown menu, select “Edit Name". 
    6. A pop-up window will appear, allowing you to make changes to their name. Save the changes and you’re all set!

    To learn more, check out our article on how to remove a student completely 

  • Can I embed an assignment into an LMS, blog or website?

    With Edpuzzle, you can easily embed your video assignments on your website or LMS!

    How to use Edpuzzle with your favorite LMS

    If you use Canvas, Schoology, Moodle, Blackboard, Powerschool or Blackbaud, among others, you can enjoy all the benefits of Edpuzzle from within your LMS!

    With the Edpuzzle integration, you can share your video lessons with your LMS classes, and your students will be able to complete them right in your LMS. They don't even need to create an Edpuzzle account! 

    Check out these articles to guide you through the set-up process:

    If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us at support@edpuzzle.com for help! 

    Embed edpuzzles on your blog or website

    You can embed edpuzzles into virtually every website or blog. Your students can watch the video from one place, and you'll collect the progress report and responses in Edpuzzle. 

    To find the embed code, you just need to follow these steps:

    1. Go to the "My Classes" tab and select the class you shared the assignment with.
    2. Click on the specific assignment you want to embed.
    3. On the right, you'll see the first option "Share assignment." Clicking on it will open a pop-up that gives you the URL and the embed code.
      Share_Assignment.png
    4. Click the blue "Copy code" button.
      Embed_Code_for_Assignment.png

    You can paste the embed code into the majority of blogs and personal website platforms (i.e. Blogger, Google Sites, etc.). It will also work for virtually any LMS on the market (i.e. Haiku or Edmodo).

    If you're a WordPress user, you can share the assignment with a link which will redirect your students to Edpuzzle (the embed feature isn't currently supported). 

    If you need help embedding your lesson into your LMS, please let us know by contacting us at support@edpuzzle.com 

  • How do I move a student to another class?

    If you’d like to move a student to a different class, you’ll need to remove them from their current class and invite them to the new one. However, this will delete the student's progress from their original class.

    Follow these steps: 

    1. Click the “My Classes” tab in the top right corner.
    2. Select the class of the student you'd like to move.
    3. Select “Students.”
    4. Remove the student from the class.
    5. Go to the new class. Click the blue “Invite students” button on the right side of the page. 
    6. Give the new class code or link to the student you want to add to that class.

    This can be done to multiple student accounts at once by checking more than one name and sending the class code to as many students as you need to. Once the students have joined the new class, you’ve successfully transferred them from one class to another!

  • How can I delete, lock or edit my classroom?

    After you've created your class, you'll have several options to manage it. This article will show you how to delete or lock your class and edit your class name. 

    Delete a class

    If you’d like to delete a class when you’re starting a new semester or when you no longer need it, you can follow the steps below. However, once you delete a class, the class data will be lost. 

    1. Click the “My Classes” tab in the top right corner.
    2. Select the class you would like to delete.
    3. Click the “Class options” button on the right side of your class, and a pop-up window will appear. 
    4. Click the red “Delete class” button at the bottom of the window.
    5. Confirm that you want to delete the class and you’re good to go!

    Lock a class

    For better security of your class, you can lock it to prevent other students from joining it, even if they have the class code. This will lock access so that no new students can add themselves and retake assignments. Here’s how:

    1. Click the “My Classes” tab in the top right corner.
    2. Select the class you would like to lock.
    3. Click the “Class options” button on the right side of your class, and a pop-up window will appear. 
    4. Click the “Lock classroom” button.

    Edit a class name

    Once you’ve created your class, you can still edit the class name. Follow these instructions: 

    1. Click the “My Classes” tab in the top right corner.
    2. Select the class you would like to edit.
    3. Click the “Class options” button on the right side of the class, and a pop-up window will appear. 
    4. In the name field, type in your new class name.
    5. Click the blue "Save changes" button and you're done! 
  • Do my students need an Edpuzzle account?

    With open classes, your students aren't required to have an Edpuzzle account, which means they won't need to create a username or password. For more information, check out our article on how open classes work.

    On the other hand, if you'd like to record your students' progress on an assignment, then students must have an Edpuzzle account. However, if you're simply sharing your content with a colleague or don't need to record their grades, then the person you're sending the link to does not need an account.

    To track your students' progress on a video assignment, they will need an Edpuzzle account. When they complete assignments through their account, you’ll be able to see whether they’ve watched the video, their quiz responses and more. See the article on how to invite new students for instructions on how to add students to your Edpuzzle class.

    If you don’t need to track progress, you can share a link to your video that anyone can access, even without an account. You can do this from the "Assign" window by clicking on the "Public links: tab. You can share the video lesson link or embed the assignment. When somebody opens a publicly shared link, they can view and complete the video assignment, but their answers and progress will not be recorded.

  • How do I create a new class?

    There are two ways you can create a new Edpuzzle class: directly from "My Classes" or after editing a video lesson.

    Create a new class from “My Classes”

    1. Click the “My Classes” tab in the top right corner.
    2. If this is your first class, you'll be prompted to click the “Add new class” button. Otherwise, click the “Add new class” button at the bottom of the left sidebar under your list of classes.
    3. Choose "Create a new class" where you'll need to enter the class name and select your preferences and then click "Create class".
    4. Alternatively, you can select "Google Classroom" from the dropdown menu to choose one of your Google Classroom classes to import. 

    Create a new class after editing your video

    1. Once you’re done editing your video, click the blue “Finish” button at the top right corner of the page. A pop-up window will appear.
    2. Click the “+ Add new class” button.
    3. Set a name for your class and choose your preferences, then click on "Create class".

    Your new class is now ready to go!

    If you'd like to learn more, check out our article on how to add students to your class.

  • How can I sort my students?

    In your class roster, students are automatically sorted alphabetically by last name, from A-Z.

    When you're viewing student data from an assignment, you can sort by any of the listed headings:

    1. Alphabetically by student name
    2. How much of the video they’ve watched
    3. Grade received
    4. The last date they watched the video on Edpuzzle
    5. Whether they’ve turned in the assignment

    Click on the heading of your choice to sort, and click on it again to reverse the order.