We’re happy to announce that Haiku Deck for web, iPad and iPhone now supports Google Sign-In for logging into the app on the web, iPad, and iPhone. This is especially exciting for educators with students who use Google IDs in lieu of email addresses as it provides an all-new way for users to create accounts without using an email address.
To create an account using your Google sign-in, just look for the Google logo on the sign in page on the web app, iPad or iPhone apps.
If you’re already using your Google sign-in email to sign into Haiku Deck, you should continue to sign in as you always have, by typing your email address and password.
This is the latest in an ongoing effort to make Haiku Deck work better for teachers who use the app in the classroom for a wide range of activities. If you missed it earlier this year we added ‘share to Google Classroom‘ as a feature of our share tool.
If you’re an educator looking for inspiration on different ways to use Haiku Deck in your work, check out some of the examples and templates below:
- Teach a lesson in art, math, science, language or anything else
- Publicize or recap a professional development event like an Edcamp, conference session, or team meeting
- Welcome students or parents to your classroom.
- Deliver an attention-grabbing speech
How are you using Haiku Deck in your classroom? We’d love to hear from you!