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November 2021

Check Out Data Organized by Question, Student in Response Details View

We've added new views on the Interactive Questions dashboard. Now, you can see how your students performed on each of the questions you asked and how they performed individually to better inform your instructional decisions.
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September 2021

Export Screencastify Edit videos to Video Management Page

Screencastify Edit now has a new export option, “Export to Screencastify.” When you use the new option you have the power of the Video Management Page including the ability to add interactive questions and see viewer analytics.
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September 2021

Introducing Interactive Questions and Analytics

With the introduction of Interactive Questions and Analytics, we’re bringing educators’ most requested features to their favorite video creation solution. Now, you can go beyond just creating videos in Screencastify and start assessing student engagement and understanding.
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July 2021

See and adjust your audio on Screencastify Edit

Our new audio update makes it easy to raise the volume for quiet students, make more precise edits, and smooth out audio levels.
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June 2021

With Edit, you can create a title clip in seconds

Create a title clip to give your video a name, break up awesome content with descriptive clips, or allow students to see information in multiple modalities.
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May 2021

A more precise and powerful text tool is here

Now, teachers can now resize and drag the text box to be anywhere on screen. And, you can add as many pieces of text as you’d like.
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March 2021

Prioritize student privacy with the new blur tool

Teachers can now blur anything on screen with just one click. This new tool helps educators obscure private information, focus student attention, block out visual "noise", and so much more.
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January 2021

View and Grade Submit videos on Google Classroom

Screencastify Submit is now fully integrated with Google Classroom. Educators can create assignments that display in Classroom and receive all of the submitted videos there, too.
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September 2020

Creating videos is more fun, flexible, and effective with the new toolbar

The toolbar now includes stickers, shapes, and tools to help teachers capture and focus student attention. And, it's more flexible than ever. Teachers can minimize and move the toolbar anywhere they’d like.
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