What are the different types of users within a Symbaloo PRO account?
Administrator - has access to manage settings, users, groups, and more within the assigned workspace.
Collaborator (single webmix access) - a user that have been granted access to edit a single webmix. Updates appear in real-time.
Workspace Users - Symbaloo accounts that have joined your workspace.
User Groups - subsets of users. Groups can be used to separate users by classes, subjects, grade levels, and more.
- Producer - a user that can publish content within the group
- Consumer - a user within a group with 'view-only' access
Symbaloo vs. Symbaloo PRO
Symbaloo offers two free options: a regular personal account and a Symbaloo PRO (ad-supported) workspace. A regular personal account allows you to create and manage an unlimited number of webmixes and tiles. With the regular version, you'll be able ...
What are the differences between the Symbaloo PRO subscriptions?
Symbaloo PRO Sponsored - Free for all educators and supported by advertisements from sponsors. Users are automatically assigned their own workspace domain. Symbaloo PRO for Teachers ($49/yr) - Ad-free, includes a custom workspace domain, and unlocks ...
Differentiating Workspaces: My Symbaloo vs. my PRO Workspace
Finding "My Symbaloo" On the left side of the page, click on the notebook icon (depicted below) to access your webmix menu: Upon opening your webmix menu, you will see all the webmixes in your "My Symbaloo". Clicking on any of these will direct you ...
How do I share within Symbaloo PRO?
There are 3 options to share within Symbaloo: Create a sharable link - create a public or private link that can be shared with anyone. This option can be used to share an individual webmix. Content that is shared publicly will be featured in the ...
Unable to register for Symbaloo
If you are unable to create a Symbaloo account, there may be several reasons why. Please try the following below: - Try using a different email address. - Make sure your passwords are identical. - Make sure to agree and check the Symbaloo terms ...