Articles in News
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
What we celebrate on August 10
There’s no better day to recognize 81010, Remind’s very own short code—and why supporting text messaging is so important to us.
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.
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
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
Updates to our terms and new iKeepSafe certification
2015 year in review
A look back at what happened on Remind in 2015
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…
Appreciating teachers as innovators
Shining a spotlight on the incredible impact that teachers have on their school communities
Our new terms and policies take effect in January 2015
1 billion meaningful messages
The first 1 billion messages sent on Remind—and what’s next
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
Making our terms and policies clearer and easier to understand
New name, same mission
Why Remind101 is becoming Remind