Edmodo Website Gets a Makeover

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July 2nd, 2014

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Just like you, we’re invested in improving learning outcomes—especially when it comes to people learning about Edmodo. So we redesigned our website to make it a comprehensive resource where you can find everything you’d ever want to know about Edmodo.

And because we try to emulate educators in everything we do, we created a site just like you: fun, informative, and full of character. Visit Edmodo.com/About today and check out our:

  • Brand New Design. The site got a complete makeover, complete with bright colors and illustrations to mirror the way you decorate your classrooms and think of our brand.
  • Improved Navigation. To make everything easily accessible, we reorganized the content, added a top navigation bar, and built out the footer menu.
  • Helpful Resources. Get quick access to webinars, guides, and our Help Center, all developed by our staff of former teachers ready to assist.
  • Mobile Responsiveness. For those of you visiting us on the go, the website is now mobile-friendly, no matter what size screen you have.

We’ve also added details about our products and services, company values, success stories, and more, so you can get to know us even better. We look forward to your feedback because this is just the beginning; we plan to build the site out even further.

Already seen our new site? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

5 responses to “Edmodo Website Gets a Makeover”

  1. Elaine Cass says:

    It doesn’t appear that you have a “percent button” to change my students’ quiz scores to percentages. It would be so easy to do, and very helpful.
    Their math isn’t up to snuff enough to figure out what 21/23 is…I can’t even do it in my head, and have to resort to apps like Groovy Grader to convert to percentages.
    Why don’t your software guys just build that in?
    It’s been four years now I’ve been asking.

    • Thank you for reaching out Elaine. At Edmodo, we care about personalizing Edmodo for our Teachers, however, each Teachers’ needs vary, and in the Progress section we have kept the points total. As a workaround, I recommend you export the gradebook as a .csv file and change the grades into a percentage from an external source.

      For the sake of transparency please note that we are, as always, hard at work on hundreds of new features and tweaks to the site. More than anything we want Edmodo to meet and surpass the needs of our teachers and your input is valuable. We appreciate the suggestions and keep them coming!

  2. Amylee Patterson says:

    Hi there,
    I love what you are doing with Edmodo and please don’t stop; however, I was wondering when and if you would be adding an application that would allow teachers to specifically see which students have accessed which resources. As far as I can tell, for me personally, this is one of the only things that separates a traditional LMS (many of which I am not attracted to) and Edmodo. Is this something that is being considered? Preferably before I start my flipped classroom in the fall ;)?

  3. Linda Bates says:

    I agree with Amylee. It would help a great deal to see which students have accessed the assignments.

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