Manage communication across your organization with default class settings
New default settings help you support two-way class communication
5 ways teachers are using Remind during school closures
With schools still closed, teachers are staying connected with their classes by checking in, sending links, and even getting pet pic...
An update from our CEO
How the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting school and district communication on Remind
Share on Remind: Share your favorite resources with a single click
This button makes it a breeze to share content from Quizlet, PBS, and more
End of semester events with Remind
Learn about how 12 administrators partnered with Remind to engage their teachers and parents.
Introducing urgent messaging for emergency communication
Reach your entire community with urgent messaging on Remind
Professional development resource guide
Resources and tips for sharing Remind at a teacher in-service or professional development.
A note about the new class maximums
Some background on the new class maximums we’ve introduced for free accounts on Remind
Take charge of how you manage communication with advanced messaging on Remind
Automate notifications across your organization and reach exactly who you want to reach
Cleaning up your classes at the end of the year
Before logging off for the summer, take a few minutes to clean up your Remind account—so you can come back next year ready to hit th...
Teacher Appreciation Week
Celebrate Teacher Appreciation week by sharing your #MoreThanAMessage moment.
Make the most of your Remind plan with new premium features
Add-ons like LMS integrations, advanced messaging, and voice calls are now available for your organization through the Remind plan
Help us celebrate the impact that educators make in their classrooms and beyond.
An update about our texting service for Verizon Wireless customers—and a thank you from Remind
Thanks to you, there will be no service disruptions for Remind users on the Verizon network
There’s no deal with Verizon yet—they need to #PutItInWriting
Despite Verizon’s PR promise, there’s no agreement in place to #ReverseTheFee
Remind text messages aren’t spam—so why is Verizon treating them like they are?
How the Verizon Wireless fee affects free text messaging on Remind and what you can do to avoid service disruptions
Help keep communication accessible for Canadian teachers, students, and parents
The telecom fees forcing us to end the Remind text messaging service for Rogers and Bell customers in Canada—and what you can do
Put time back on the clock with even more of your favorite tools
Sharing assignments, coordinating signups, fostering engagement—for all the things you’re juggling every day, Remind’s app integrati...
Supercharge LMS engagement across your organization
A new integration that allows you to add Remind to Canvas, Schoology, and any other LTI-enabled learning management system
What we celebrate each August
There’s no better day to recognize 81010, Remind’s very own short code—and why supporting text messaging is so important to us.
Updates to Remind’s privacy tools and protections
How to see, access, and control your personal information on Remind
Looking for a new PD experience this summer?
Code.org is offering computer science workshops for teachers of all backgrounds—powered by Remind
How to assign a challenge to your class on Remind—right from Kahoot!
Sending a Kahoot! challenge for students to complete at home? Just look for the Share on Remind button
Using Remind for two-way conversations
Learn more about how three Remind Connected Educators use two-way chat to engage with students and parents.
Share your content right from Remind
The easiest way to share content from Google and Microsoft is right from your Remind account
Wrapping up the semester with RCEs
Learn about how five Remind Connected Educators partnered with Remind to celebrate the end of the semester.
Dave Blanchard talks edtech
Dave Blanchard is a curriculum coordinator from Minneapolis who’s passionate about integrating technology in the classroom.
Natalie Parsons schools us on growth mindset
Natalie Parsons is a middle school teacher who’s passionate about teaching growth mindset to her students (and their parents).
We’re featured in a Google Play video!
When Google Play gave us the opportunity to tell our story in a video—alongside users from our community—we jumped at the opportunity.
Celebrating meaningful communication with RCEs
We partnered with five Remind Connected Educators from around the country to celebrate meaningful communication at their schools.
Supporting communities affected by the California fires
How you can help evacuees and support disaster relief efforts in northern and southern California
A meaningful messaging milestone
In 2014, Remind reached a milestone of 1 billion messages. Here’s where we are now.
Help support school communities affected by Hurricane Harvey
Join Remind in donating to the DonorsChoose.org Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund
Putting a face to the name: profile photos on Remind
Personalize your Remind account by adding a photo to your profile
Interested in representing Remind online and at events? Here’s how to spread the word—and get swag.
Improve two-way communication with Kent Maslin
Kent implemented a Remind School Plan to improve two-way communication with parents—and saved over $2,000 on paper costs.
Introducing the Remind plan
Support every student, teacher, and parent with Remind’s new School and District plan
Support school communities with Andy Ball and Barbi Ernst
After participating in a pilot program, Andy and Barbi purchased a Remind School Plan for the upcoming school year.
Engage parents with P.A. White
P.A. used a Remind School Plan to sync with his roster and reach 100% of parents on the first day of school.
Increase attendance with Michael Meechin
Michael used Remind to increase attendance for a group of chronically absent students — by 60%
Remind reactions: get instant feedback on your messages
Need a fast way to respond? There’s a reaction for that
How this teacher helped a deployed parent stay involved
When the father of one of her students was deployed to Djibouti, Courtney Webb made sure he had a way to stay connected
Introducing Brian Grey, Remind’s new CEO
Meet Brian—he’s from a family of educators, a proud dad of two daughters, and Remind’s new CEO
3 things to do to set up your classes for the year
A checklist for preparing your Remind classes for a new school year
Back to school 2016: helping your school community succeed together
Introducing our back-to-school community challenge
Updates to our terms and new iKeepSafe certification
9 things we learned about teacher appreciation
What makes teachers feel most appreciated—and what they appreciate most
Reaching students and parents where they are—and it isn’t on email
What makes communication effective?
How would teachers improve PD?
How PD can be productive, informative, and even inspiring
2015 year in review
A look back at what happened on Remind in 2015
What we learned from the LAUSD shutdown
How educators communicated during a shutdown of the country’s second-largest district
Building communication for everyone, everywhere
Reach every family with Remind Translate—no matter the language
Multi-owner classes on Remind
Adding co-teachers, student teachers, and other colleagues to your classes on Remind
A letter to teachers everywhere as you head back to school
Remember the small things? Your students do.
If there’s one thing to keep in mind as you head back to school…
Introducing group conversations on Remind
Send messages to your entire class or a single person—and now, just a few people
4 ways principals can show teacher appreciation
How school leaders can take the lead in showing teacher appreciation
3 questions all teachers should ask their tech specialists
Three questions that can help you make the most of technology
Appreciating teachers as innovators
Shining a spotlight on the incredible impact that teachers have on their school communities
17 tips for effective note-taking
Tips for helping students take effective notes in class
Supporting students during standardized testing
How teachers can provide reassurance—and calm—during standardized testing
7 ways to engage students and parents through mobile
How communication can mean engagement, excitement, celebration, and more
6 steps to differentiated instruction
How differentiated instruction can ensure that every child gets the chance to shine and reach his or her potential
5 strategies to teach social and emotional skills
Knowing how to behave and relate to other students and adults needs teaching and practicing just as much as any other skill taught i...
Communicating without words: reaching ELL parents
Tech TOSA Jay Sorenson works with families that speak a language unknown to many US educators: Mixteco
3 important areas of growth for teachers
Setting new year’s resolutions at the start of a new term? Keep your goals challenging but obtainable
Our new terms and policies take effect in January 2015
5 strategies for formative assessment
Stay plugged in to student learning with these strategies for formative assessment
1 billion meaningful messages
The first 1 billion messages sent on Remind—and what’s next
81010: Your new Remind number
Introducing a new number that transforms how students and parents use Remind
Tips for sharing Remind with your classes
Our teachers’ favorite tips for getting students and parents to join Remind
Back-to-school messages: a letter to students and parents
How principal Todd Nesloney fosters a supportive and empathetic community at the beginning of a new school year
Back to school 2014: welcome back!
What’s new at Remind for the educators, students, and parents starting a new school year
10 ways to organize classroom communication
When it comes to communication, simplicity is the key to staying organized
Coaching with Remind: team communication
Sharing schedules, making announcements, and coordinating logistics—how coaches can use Remind to succeed
Making our terms and policies clearer and easier to understand
New name, same mission
Why Remind101 is becoming Remind
Phones in the classroom? Absolutely.
Why one teacher advocates for integrating cell phones in her classroom
How to use Remind in elementary, middle, and high school
Ways to use Remind at every grade level in K-12 education