What's New on Edmodo (Feature Release Notes)

This section covers release updates for the Desktop version of Edmodo. For updates to our mobile apps, please see iOS app release notes and Android app release notes.


March 5, 2020 

Edmodo is now available in Danish (Dansk) 🇩🇰


⌛ Improvements to the Edmodo gradebook (Progress) performance.

February 23, 2020 

We’ve made it a lot easier to moderate Posts 🤐➡️💬

It’s now easier for teachers and co-teachers to review moderated Posts. The full content of all pending moderated Posts (including any attachments) now appear in a new moderation queue, accessible from the Class page, where they can quickly be approved or denied by the Teacher. 

  • When there is a new Post to moderate, a button will appear at the top of the Class page displaying the number of pending posts. 
  • Clicking will display all moderated Posts in full, including attachments. Teachers can individually accept or deny the Post. ✅ 
  • Pending moderated Posts will also appear in the notification list. 



Learn more about moderated Posts here.


February 26, 2020

There are some slight tweaks to the information that is displayed to teachers in Quizzes. 👩🏽‍🏫 

We’ve made the different statuses of Quizzes more clear by adding labels to the information displayed on the Quiz (only teachers see this info). We’ve also made it more obvious what actions a teacher can take from different Quiz versions.

  • New labels let you know if a Quiz has already been assigned or scheduled.
  • More information is shown about the recipients of a Quiz and the due date.
  • There are now clearer instructions in the Quiz preview mode.
  • Now the “Last saved at” timestamp is more visible to let teachers know when Quiz changes are automatically saved. 


February 20, 2020 

Resources on Edmodo have a new look! 🎨

Discover is the new home for resources on Edmodo! These resources are all free, and have been created or shared by Edmodo educators and education partners. 

  • Use the search bar to search for a resource (e.g. “polynomials”).
  • From the Resources list, you’ll see the resource type (game, video, lesson plan, etc.), subject, and grade level. 
  • You can share a resource directly with your Class, or save it to your Library. 
  • Resources added to the Library will appear in the “My Saved Items” folder. 
  • There are more updates to Discover coming soon!




General improvements

  • ⌛Edmodo Main page (www.edmodo.com) now loads ~30%+ faster!
  • Other bug fixes.


February 13, 2020 

There is a new Happy Not Perfect Puzzle Game. 🧩

Give your brain a break with this new therapeutic game from the Happy Not Perfect app in Discover

  • Select from one of the many available puzzle images then set a custom difficulty using the slider.
  • Incorporate this game into your daily mindfulness routine. 🌅



February 06, 2020 

🐛Bug Fixes: 

  • Fixed search in the teacher Library. Using “Search Library” function in Library now returns expected results. 
  • Other bug fixes and general improvements.


January 23, 2020 

We’ve made some enhancement to Quiz questions! 💯

  • Teachers have been asking for these expanded options to quizzes for a long time, and we’re pleased to finally be able to offer them. 
  • Multiple Answer. Teachers can now choose a new Quiz question type: Multiple Answer! This question type allows teachers to set more than one required answer selection for multiple choice questions. 
  • Matching. Distractor answers have been added to Matching questions. For matching pairs, teachers can now choose to display extra answers to increase question difficulty. 


Learn more about Quiz question types and how to send a Quiz here.


January 21, 2020 

Parents have a new view of their child’s work. 🗓️

There is a new design for the Student Planner view that parents can view from their Edmodo account.

  • Parents can see what’s due for their kids and can now filter by child and by class.
  • Parents can now see results for Quizzes their child has taken.




Learn more about what parents can see here.  


January 16, 2020 

Teachers can now save drafts of Assignments! 

  • Assignments can now be created and saved in Edmodo without being assigned to a Class.
  • Assignment drafts can then be found in a teacher’s Library and assigned to their class. 
  • This change makes it easier to draft, edit, and use Assignments in Edmodo.

Learn more about sending an Assignment here