Tackk is a simple new format that allows you to instantly create and share your content on the web.
No software or login is required. No design skill needed. No community to join. Just visit the Tackk home page and start typing. When you’re done creating your Tackk, you can immediately share it with friends in your social networks or the internet at large. It’s no more complicated than tacking a flier to the coffee shop bulletin board.
Tackk about that bike you have for sale. Tackk about your engagement and your big day. Tackk about your band’s upcoming gig. Tackk about your family vacation. You can Tackk about anything. You control the look and feel, who to share it with, and even how long it lives. So Tackk it up!
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Tackk is my #2 favorite web tool right now (second only to Canva, and when used in kahoots, these two web apps are unstoppable!). Tackk can be used to present information (student presentations, fliers for parents, school newsletters, professional learning, etc.), but they are coming out with new features regularly that support Tackk as a collaborative tool. The stream feature is a great way to have students submit assignments or provide peer-to-peer feedback, and really provides a simple way to publish student work to a global audience. Creating aesthetically pleasing presentations in Tackk is simple and intuitive; aside from Terms of Service limitations, it would be suitable for grades 3 through 12. We are really hoping they’ll come out with an official Tackk EDU version that accommodates younger users. I <3 Tackk!
Students use Tackk for reports. It’s my favorite tool.
ניתן להשתמש בזה כדי לאפשר לתלמידים להכין כרזות, פרסומים וכדומה.
היתרון- שאין צורך בהרשמה ופתיחת חשבון לכלי זה.
אם בכל זאת רוצים שהטאק יישמר יותר משבוע- אפשר לפתוח חשבון חינמי.
Tackk is a way to share something on the Internet. There is no login required. It acts like a virtual poster.
The possibilities with this tool are fantastic: create an unlimited number of free online flyers with embedded media, adjust privacy settings to fit your needs, students don’t need a login in order to create a flyer (and there are tons of login options if you DO want students to have an account!), the teacher can create templates for students to use, “tackkboards” utilize a hashtag and allow students to turn work into one place, etc.
However, I’ve been struggling with tons of error messages from Tackk in the past 6-8 months. I’ve tried contacting customer support via email, their helpdesk, and their Twitter account. I never receive an answer. That makes me nervous to recommend this tool to a teacher — particularly one who is technology-shy — because I never know when it is going to be down or for how long.