Resources to get you started
We aim to provide the best onboarding experience for every user. You can watch our video tutorials, register for our weekly training webinars, view frequently asked questions, or submit a ticket anytime if you have questions. We’re glad to help.
ClassPoint Getting Started Tutorials
ClassPoint 101 Webinar
In our weekly ClassPoint 101 training webinar, we will show you the basic features of ClassPoint and answer any questions you may have during the tutorial training. Specifically, we will:
- Demonstrate a short interactive class session
- Explain how ClassPoint works with PowerPoint
- Create and run your first Multiple Choice activity
- Showcase various interactive quiz types
- Introduce Quick-Poll and Pick-a-Name
- Answer any questions from audience
ClassPoint optimizes PowerPoint for teaching by enabling educators to interact with their content (through digital annotation tools), and to interact with their students (through interactive quizzes).
ClassPoint is not a stand-alone platform but an add-in to PowerPoint, which most teachers are using. This is to ensure the learning curve is as flat as it can potentially be, and to ensure ClassPoint is truly designed for every teacher.
ClassPoint makes normal PPT slides interactive simply by adding question buttons on the slides. During slide show, teachers can click the buttons to run, collect and save student responses. For details please check here.
No. As an add-in, ClassPoint fully inherits PowerPoint’s native features, such as annotation, animation and etc.
As of now ClassPoint is compatible with Windows 7/8/10 and Office 2013/2016/2019/365. It is currently not compatible with MacOS and iOS versions of PowerPoint.
Different plans in ClassPoint supports different class sizes. Max class size is 30 for Free Plan, 100 for Essential Plan and 500 for Standard Plan.
Students can join your class with any devices with browser, including but not limited to PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, iOS and Android devices.
No. Internet connection is all they need. This makes ClassPoint suitable for both classroom teaching and online teaching.
The responses collected from students are stored in ClassPoint until you clear them or restart the activity, in which case new submissions from your students will overwrite the old ones.
Saved student responses can be viewed directly in PowerPoint, without the need to go to a separate web app.