Wednesday, 24 September 2014

We’ve added Google + sign in to zondle

Today we’re delighted to announce that we have added Google + sign in to zondle.  Now students with Google accounts can quickly and easily get on task with zondle.
  • Link an existing zondle account with your Google + login
  • Students can create a new account instantly with your Google + login and have the first and last names of your students populate automatically so that you don’t have to import them
  • Students can enter a class code when they create their zondle account via Google + signin to link directly with your class.

Google + sign in is available to both teachers and students.

New public home page and sign up process released

We’ve been working hard at zondle to make everything as easy as possible for you.  On Saturday we released the latest version of our home page and sign up process.

Creating accounts has never been easier for your students.  The new home page includes real time checking for username and emails and a quicker and easier layout.

Any feedback is, of course, most welcome :)

Friday, 5 September 2014

Yes, it's true, we're releasing a totally new version of zondle!

Yes, it's true, we're releasing a
totally new version of zondle!

Hopefully you'll find it a lot faster and easier to use with some great new features.

Before we officially release the new zondle interface we would love you to have a go and let us know how you get on.

The new site is in beta so there may still be a few bugs and a few parts of the site that are still to be completed.

To try the new site just log in as normal and click on the link at the top of the page.  You will be taken to the new interface.  You can go back to the original interface at any time.

We will be running both interfaces side by side for some time to come so that you can get used to the new interface before we move over to it.  If you have any suggestions then please do just get in touch.

There are a number of load of new features in the beta interface which we will tweet from @zondle and blog about over the coming weeks.