Voki Tip of the Week: Voki Classroom Support

Voki Tip of the Week: Voki Classroom Support


Did you know that one of the many advantages of Voki Classroom is full online support? That’s right! You can directly email our Voki Support Team with any questions or feedback. This is an exclusive feature in Voki Classroom found in the Support tab when you log in.

Also available in the Voki Classroom Support tab are a variety of resources. The Voki Classroom FAQ cover some of the most commonly asked questions. In the Teacher’s Corner, you can connect with other teachers, ask questions, and make suggestions. If you are a first time user, we recommend reviewing the Getting Started Guide. The Voki Classroom User Guide provides in depth information on every feature.

Don’t fret if you’re not a Voki Classroom user! Many of these resources can be found in the Learn tab. In addition to the Teacher’s Corner and Guides, you should check out our blog, Facebook posts, and tweets for up-to-the-moment information. Click here to learn more about the Voki Classroom 15 Day FREE Trial!

Until next time,
The Voki Team

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5 thoughts on “Voki Tip of the Week: Voki Classroom Support

  1. I have tried to post new Vokis from my students for this school year and it keeps saying that you can only do this with a classroom account, well, I HAVE a classroom account and it won’t allow us to post. What am I doing wrong?

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    1. Hi Gale,

      Thanks for your note. I want to make sure I understand your problem-please email a screen shot of the error you are seeing to feedback@voki.com.

      If you are having an issue using Vokis in the free editor that can only be saved by Voki Classroom users, you need to make sure you are logged in using your Classroom email and password.

      Best,
      The Voki Team

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  2. My students are making their own accounts in Voki. We do not plan to purchase a Voki classroom. Some of the students are able to save their 200 characters, which is said to be free, but some of them can’t. What is the problem?

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