Remembering your password can be a nightmare at the best of times. So we've made it even easier to get started with Ziplet by letting teachers and students sign in using their Google account. Either use your school based accounts associated with Google Classroom or login using your preferred Google Account.
Collecting student feedback shouldn't be hard. That's why we've made it easier than ever to add your students to your group. If you're already using Google Classroom to manage learning material, you can import your students directly into Ziplet. What's more, it takes less than a minute to do!
If your students spend much of their time in Google Classroom, we've made it easy for them to access Ziplet questions from their stream. You can share questions straight to their Classroom stream when you are creating the question:
The question will appear in your student's stream as a link to open Ziplet, and respond to your question.
At Ziplet, we aim to make student feedback quick and easy, which is why we integrated with the most-used education management tool, Google Classroom.
Stay tuned for more tips and updates on our integrations.
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