Share and collaborate across the world
Padlet is a chrome extension that's designed to help you create and collaborate with others. Like a sheet of paper, the walls of this productivity tool allow you to add any multimedia you want like text, photos, videos, etc. which can then be shared from any smartphone, tablet, or computer device.
Garnering more than 5 million users, it is often used for brainstorming, teaching, note-taking, and many more. It is a great alternative for other web browsers collaboration tools such as Lino and Scrumblr. Although it offers some subscription packages, a free plan is still available for you to utilize.
What is Padlet for?
Whether it’s for group projects at school or presentations in the office, Padlet is the perfect place to create an idea from nothing with your friends or co-workers. Sharing ideas can be difficult in professional settings, especially when people are in and out of the workplace, but with this handy utility, it can all be done right in your browser, from any device you like.
Pass along videos, images, text, documents, or whatever you think will help to spark ideas and forward your line of thinking. On top of that, it just freshly introduced various excellent features which include built-in video and audio recording. However, its free basic plan is pretty limited in functions and capacities. Your entire user experience will be filled with intrusive ads.
How do students log in to Padlet?
All information in one place
Another positive of Padlet is that walls can easily become places where important information is kept. Like a glorified bulletin board, a wall can be a place where others are kept updated on current events, with information that is crucial. Maybe it’s a one-stop shop for news regarding election coverage, an impending storm or something else entirely, all of your resources can be put there for as many eyes to see as possible.