How to share your spelling lists with other teachers

How to share your spelling lists with other teachers

This is also known as setting it as a 'favourite list'

1. Go into ‘Word Lists’, then select ‘Your Lists’ in the tab at the top.
2. Find the list you want to share and click the blue ‘Details’ button.
3. At the top there is a button called ‘Set Favourite’.

4. From there you can click ‘Teachers” and click ‘Add’ next to the teachers you wish to share it with.

This list will then come up on their ‘Favourite Lists’.

Please see link below to a video explaining this in a bit more detail


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