In August, Flipgrid made several changes to the look and feel of the app. Here are some of the most important changes to note, along with links to Flipgrid’s blog and a video to show your students how to start making videos.

  1. This Google Slides presentation will help walk you through Flipgrid’s new look and features.
  2. The TLT has found that student access works best when the Group (AKA your class on Flipgrid) is public. Note: a public board can’t be accessed without a code, and it creates ease when linking to OAKS because your students can access the board using the Google or Microsoft account they prefer.
  3. Click here to access videos to help you and your students get started with Flipgrid.

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