If there's one thing that the educators of Remind have in common, it's the ability to pack as much information as possible into a single message. It doesn't matter if you're in the classroom, the practice field, the auditorium, or the front office—if there's a way to add more content to a message, you'll find it.Out of the 10 billion messages that are delivered on Remind each year, more than 500 million include additional content like photos, documents, and links to other resources. And when it comes to links, the sky's the limit. On Remind, educators share relevant articles, online quizzes, and interactive tools that help students stay engaged.But copying and pasting links always takes a little longer than you expect, and it can be hard to keep track of the resources you wanted to share when you're juggling ten different tasks. That's whywe're introducing Share on Remind—a way to share links on Remind directly from other educational sites, tools, and services.
How it works
When you're on select sites like PBS, Quizlet, and Duolingo, you can find the Share on Remind button in the same place you usually see options for sharing.
If you're already logged in to Remind, clicking on the button will take you directly to the Remind composer—with a link to the content you want to share. From there, sharing is as easy as writing your message and sending it as usual.
We're thrilled to be partnering with some of our favorite education and edtech companies to launch Share on Remind. Here's a full list of where you can find the Share on Remind button:Instructional content
- Front Row
- Math Games
- UNICEF Kid Power
Logistics and resources
- Canva for Education
- Teachers Pay Teachers ClassFund
- TransACT ParentNotices
Share on Remind makes it just a little easier to share links to the resources and tools you use—and gives you another way to save time and extend learning beyond the classroom.
Want to see the Share on Remind button on other sites? Let us know which ones on Twitter or Facebook!