Remind: Free, Safe Messaging

Remind: Free, Safe Messaging


Remind (formerly Remind101) offers teachers a free, safe and simple way to instantly text students and parents. Teachers can send or schedule reminders, assignments, homework, assessments, or motivational messages directly to students' and parents' phones. Interactions are safe because phone numbers are always kept private, and messages are sent with no open replies. Teachers, students and parents can see messages from all their classes in one place.

For students and parents, Remind provides an easier way to stay informed outside of the classroom. Students and parents can download the app and opt-in to receive messages faster with push notifications, so they never miss a beat!

Use Remind to send free text messages to save time, engage students and involve parents with your class. Try it today! And if you love it, share it with your colleagues or write a review!

BUZZFEED: 25 Clever Classroom Tips for Elementary School Teachers
“Use the Remind (formerly Remind101) app to communicate with kids and their parents without having to exchange phone numbers”

POWER TO TEACH: “With students carrying smartphones everywhere they go, using Remind as a tool to communicate with them just makes sense, especially when it is free and the privacy of everyone involved in protected.”

PARENTING: According to a study conducted by Harvard University, on average, teacher-family communication increased the odds a student completed their homework by 42 percent and decreased instances in which teachers had to redirect students' attention to the task at hand by 25 percent. Parent-teacher communication is clearly key to a student's success, and Remind can help.

Note: Remind is only available in English. Stay tuned for more languages!

Recent changes:
* Instant feedback with Stamps: Now teachers everywhere can use Remind to send questions, track attendance, collect votes and more. Remind summarizes the parents' and students' feedback so that teachers can quickly view a summary by message.

* Personalize your messages with Voice Clips: Teachers can now record and send short Voice Clips directly to students’ and parents’ phones!

* Distinguish unread messages: You now have a simple way to track unread messages in your Feed.
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About Remind: Free, Safe Messaging
Remind (formerly Remind101) offers teachers a free, safe and simple way to instantly text students and parents. Teachers can send or schedule reminders, assignments, homework, assessments, or motivational messages directly to students' and parents' phones. Interactions are safe because phone numbers are always kept private, and messages are sent with no open replies. Teachers, students and parents can see messages from all their classes in one place.

For students and parents, Remind provides an easier way to stay informed outside of the classroom. Students and parents can download the app and opt-in to receive messages faster with push notifications, so they never miss a beat!

Use Remind to send free text messages to save time, engage students and involve parents with your class. Try it today! And if you love it, share it with your colleagues or write a review!

BUZZFEED: 25 Clever Classroom Tips for Elementary School Teachers
“Use the Remind (formerly Remind101) app to communicate with kids and their parents without having to exchange phone numbers”

POWER TO TEACH: “With students carrying smartphones everywhere they go, using Remind as a tool to communicate with them just makes sense, especially when it is free and the privacy of everyone involved in protected.”

PARENTING: According to a study conducted by Harvard University, on average, teacher-family communication increased the odds a student completed their homework by 42 percent and decreased instances in which teachers had to redirect students' attention to the task at hand by 25 percent. Parent-teacher communication is clearly key to a student's success, and Remind can help.

Note: Remind is only available in English. Stay tuned for more languages!

Recent changes:
* Instant feedback with Stamps: Now teachers everywhere can use Remind to send questions, track attendance, collect votes and more. Remind summarizes the parents' and students' feedback so that teachers can quickly view a summary by message.

* Personalize your messages with Voice Clips: Teachers can now record and send short Voice Clips directly to students’ and parents’ phones!

* Distinguish unread messages: You now have a simple way to track unread messages in your Feed.

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A Google User
Sunday 8:04 PM
So organized With 2 kids in high school this just makes my life easier. ..thanks
A Google User
Sunday 7:15 PM
Love it I'm still new and figuring out how to use it. The new update allows me to get small amounts of feedback from my students, which is just great.
A Google User
Sunday 7:13 PM
Much appreciated! Excellent reply to the upset Q re why this app requires permissions in order for its great features to work! Surveillance happens in today's world, & we all walk a fine line btwn privacy & lavish use of technology.. Yet we users often are uninformed and fearful about these things when they're completely understandable. Then we feel triggered, defensive, threatened, and say something intense. Thanks, dev, for replying to this Q so clearly.
A Google User
Sunday 6:55 PM
It's A good app my teacher told us to sign up for this app so she cansend us our homework on this app
A Google User
Sunday 5:53 PM
Remind Its awesome love it