Throwback Thursday: Where to Go with Questions

Do you have a question about Symbaloo, but don’t know where to go to get answers? This week’s Throwback Thursday covers all of the places you can go to get answers to your questions.


Archive #symchat 11/19/14: Personalized Learning

Heather Cox, @MrsHCox, hosted an informative #symchat on Personalized Learning! If you missed the information that was shared, check out the archives for tons of ideas.



How to Request a New Password

Forgot your password? If you ever have sign in problems, and you know your email address is correct, you will need to request a new password. If you do not remember your email address, please send any possible email addresses for your account to

First, go to the Symbaloo login button, and select the “Sign in problems?” This will take you to a page where you can send a new password to your email address.


Got to your email, and look for a message from*. Select the hyperlink, and you will be taken to a page where you can reset your password. After you set your password, select go to webmix, and you will be taken directly to your account.


Please check our blog category Thursday Did You Know for more info you maybe didn’t know about Symbaloo and check out our #TuesdayTutorial webmix and other tutorials at

Stop by every Tuesday and Thursday as we share Symbaloo tips & tricks you didn’t know before. Is there something else you want to know about Symbaloo and how to use it? Drop us a line at, leave a comment here or connect with us through our social media. We’d love to hear from you!


Throwback Thursday: Export Bookmarks from a Browser to Symbaloo

New to Symbaloo? Learn how to use Symbaloo’s bookmark importer to import all of the bookmarks from your computer to your webmixes as tiles. Check out this video for more information.

Watch, learn, enjoy:

CLICK HERE to go directly to Symbaloo’s bookmark importer.

Export procedure for:

Internet Explorer-
1.In Internet Explorer, click Favorites, click the down-arrow next to Add to Favorites, and then click Import and Export.
2.Click Export to a file, and then click Next.
3.Click to select the Favorites check box, and then click Next.
4.Select the Favorites folder that you want to export. If you want to export all Favorites, select the top level Favorites folder. Otherwise, select the individual folder that you want to export.
5.Click Next.
Note By default, Internet Explorer creates a Bookmark.htm file in your Documents folder. If you want to use a name other than Bookmark.htm, or if you want to store the exported Favorites in a folder other than the Documents folder, specify the new file and folder name.
6.Click Next.
Note If you already have a file that has the same name, Internet Explorer asks you to replace it. Click Yes to replace the file. Click No to provide a new file name.
7.Click Export.
8.Click Finish.

1.Open Safari if it is not already open.
2.Choose File > Export Bookmarks.
3.Specify a location for the exported file.
The file’s name is “Safari bookmarks.html.” Most browsers are able to import this type of file.

1.Click the Bookmarks button Bookmarks-29 and select Show All Bookmarks to open the Library window.
2.From the toolbar on the Library window, click Import and Backup and choose Export Bookmarks to HTML.
3.In the Export Bookmarks File window that opens, choose a location to save the file, which is named bookmarks.html by default. The desktop is usually a good spot, but any place that is easy to remember will work.
4.Click the Save button. The Export Bookmarks File window will close.

Check out our #TuesdayTutorial webmix and other tutorials at

Tune in every Tuesday as we share a tutorial each week to improve your Symbaloo skills. Do you have any requests for our next tutorial? Drop us a line at, leave a comment here or connect with us through our social media. We’d love to hear from you!


How to Share Your Webmix

Sharing your webmixes not only allows you to keep your users up to date on all of your most useful resources, it also helps spark ideas for other users on how they can use Symbaloo. Share your webmix publicly to let users find it in the Symbaloo gallery! Check out this week’s #TuesdayTutorial on how to share webmixes from your account.



Archive #symchat 11/12/14: Flipped Classroom

Flipped classrooms are a great for students and teachers! What happens when they don’t exactly play out as planned? Check out the archives for some solutions, tips and great information!


We’ve got you covered!

Thanksgiving is right around the corner which means Black Friday and Cyber Monday will sneak up before you know it! Don’t worry, we have you covered from turkey recipes to the hottest deals this season.

Our Thanksgiving webmix is conveniently organized and covers everything you need. Whether you’re a beginner or a Thanksgiving veteran, you’re sure to find some great ideas here! Add the webmix to your Symbaloo for tablescape ideas, DIY crafts, recipes and leftover recipes!



Creating a Free Account with Social Logins

Do you have an account on Facebook or Twitter? Or do your students have Edmodo accounts already set up? Symbaloo offers seven different social logins that you can use to create a free Symbaloo account.

By signing up with your social login, Symbaloo will automatically register your account with the email you use for your account on these websites, and randomize a password for you.


Archive #symchat 11/5/14: Ways to Introduce Technology to Technophobes

Thanks to Cynthia Holbrook @ThisSideofThird we had a great topic this week! Check out the extensive archives packed with ideas for how to get that one person who hates technology to finally love it!


Tuesday Tutorial: District Startup Tutorial

Have you signed up for our district premium package? Getting started with SymbalooEDU Premium is easier than ever! Check out this #TuesdayTutorial to learn the basics on how to get started with:

  • Getting Started
  • Create a tile
  • Webmix options
  • Webmix customization
  • Flexible/Permanent webmixes
  • Sub-level accounts
  • Users
  • Webmix Restrictions



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