Make yourself at home at kahoot.com, our new website

Wowzers, what a week! We’ve just moved into our new home, kahoot.com, and it’s time for housewarming! After all that work with packing, labeling, relocating, organizing, painting and making it cozy, we’re finally ready to invite you for a visit. Come on in, friend, and make yourself at home!

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The K!rew June 22, 2017

Among all the updates we rolled out, the one we want to show you first is our brand new “Explore” section. To get there, click on “Explore games” in the top navigation bar. Here’s why we’re so excited about it – and we hope you’ll be, too!

Preview games without logging in

The main idea behind the “Explore” section is to help you discover a whole world of learning possibilities. With that in mind, we’ve cherry-picked some of the best, engaging and interesting games created on the Kahoot! platform and grouped them by topic. You can find kahoots for players of all ages and different learning and social settings.

For example, there’s a “playlist” with kahoots from our very own Games Professor and Kahoot! Inventor, Alf Inge Wang. Some of them were played by more than 200,000 people! Hover the cursor over the cover image and click on “See collection” to take a closer look.

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Within each of the collections, you can preview games without even logging in to Kahoot! – there’s a little arrow in the corner that will take you there. There’s an option to see the answers, too, if you’re curious. Found something you like? Let’s play!

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Bonus to games: tips and tricks

Under some of the collections, we’ve added a little extra. You can find tips for making the best of this particular “playlist” or get inspiration for creating your own awesome kahoot. For example, the “Funtastic math” collection is followed by our 5 tips for creating cool math games.

We invited some new friends, too!

The more – the merrier, right? So, we invited some more friends to join our housewarming party! They didn’t come empty handed – they came with their own package of fun kahoots. Check out the collection from National Geographic Bee and National Geographic Wild – these quizzes will engage anyone on geography topics! Stay tuned for more games from our partners.

Don’t be a stranger – come back soon!

We’ll be regularly updating the “Explore” section with more games and new collections. So, please drop by whenever you’re looking for some cool kahoots to play with your students, friends or family.

Maybe your best kahoot will be featured in one of the future collections! 😉 Got a cool game you’d like to challenge other Kahoot!’ers with? Share it with us in our social media channels!

We crafted our new website for you, so we'd very much like to know what you think! We’ll be happy to read your feedback on Facebook or Twitter!

Redesigned Kahoot! blog: a new, cozy home for your stories

In our newly painted blog, we hope the awesome stories of Kahoot!‘ers will truly shine! Building this part of the website has been extra special: it’s been a lot of amazing teamwork with teachers of awesome who shared their great articles.

No matter if it’s your first visit to our blog or you’ve been our long-time reader, now it’s going to be much easier to find your way through the articles with improved layout and tags. Also, all blog authors have profile pages with all their articles, favorite kahoots and links to social media profiles. Just click on the author’s name to learn more about other Kahoot!‘ers and us, the bloggers from the K!rew. 

We’d LOVE to continue building this awesome library with you! If you have an inspiring story you’d like to share, please, drop us a note.

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