Almost overnight 5 Alternatives to Padlet became one of my most popular posts of the year. Many of you Tweeted and emailed me to suggest some other alternatives. In no particular order, here are some more alternatives to Padlet.
Netboard.me was suggested by Tiziana Angiolini. At first glance it looks like it has a lot of options for designing online spaces to share notes, links, and pictures. You can have private or public walls.
For those looking for alternatives for @padlet I have a GSlides template which you can try. Its not exactly the same but by using the Master I made slides in which the teacher can drive where they want Ss to add content #gsuiteedu #edtech #WeAreCUE https://t.co/ecImpJAwMx pic.twitter.com/f7CFKPQ6XY
— Ryan O’Donnell (@creativeedtech) April 4, 2018
Google Jamboard app has collaborative sticky notes and more. Works on tablets, iPads and Chromebooks with Android, view only on non-Android Chromebooks
— ΛDΛM 𝕎𝕚𝕤𝕖𝕞𝕒𝕟 (@awisemannc) April 4, 2018
Thanks for sharing this! Blendspace (Tes Teach) has similar features. Also, can we start a hashtag… #Paidlet ?
— Eric C. Santos (@SantosTechCoach) April 4, 2018
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