UPDATE Monday 5:06 p.m. California time: We've restored the old combine page (so you can still combine the same way you always have), added search boxes back to the classes and latest activity pages, and added study times back to the studied tab. Thanks for all your feedback.
You asked for it - and it's here! Welcome to the new Quizlet logged-in home page, which now has folders so you can organize your study sets, and everything you need in one place (including your sets, folders, classes, profile, and settings).
We want to make it easier to get around Quizlet and to organize your stuff. Features have moved around a bit, but don't worry! Everything (favorites, subject, combos, etc) is still here, safe and sound. We were extremely meticulous to make sure nothing got left behind.
Folders: By popular demand!
The need for folders has been clear from the feedback we read everyday. This graph shows folder-related feedback from just the last few months:
Here's an example that came from a student, who found Quizlet's organizational tools lacking:
Having diagnosed the problem, we then wanted to fix it and went to work designing and building a new folders experience. As of today, you can create folders to organize your sets.
You can now create a folder for the sets for your French exam next week, for example. Keep them separate from all the other sets in your account (and study them all at once with a click of a button).
Learn more about folders here.
New logged-in home page: Everything on Quizlet in one place
Now when you log in to Quizlet, everything you need should be there in once place - your sets, classes, folders, profile and even settings.
New profile and settings pages
We've moved your profile and settings into your logged-in home page so that you can get to them more easily. Your profile lists your sets, folders, and classes so that other Quizlet users can find and study what you've created.
If you click on the link below your profile, you can get to your settings to change anything about your account (email, password, profile picture, etc).
Bookmark other peoples' folders
You can bookmark other Quizlet users' folders to study them later. Bookmarked folders will appear in your side bar when you log in below your own folders.
Okay, so where did my stuff go?
Sets tagged with a subject are now in an editable folder with that subject's name
We've automatically generated folders for all your subjects and they're now available right when you log in (instead of only on your profile page). If you had a group of sets with the subject "French," all those sets will now be in a folder called "French."
You can now add any set to these folders (instead of just sets you created) and you can do that from the set page or the folder page.
Favorites are in a folder called "Favorites"
We've also automatically generated a "Favorites" folder for you, so any sets you had favorited before will now in that "Favorites" folder.
Going forward, you can continue to add sets to the subject or favorites folders. You can also rename them if you want.
Epilogue: Thanks Anand, Karoun, David, Robert, and Andrew!
It's been a busy last few weeks bringing all of these pages together. It was not only a lot of work but involved really complex think through for everything that needed to change. Thanks to Quizlet's awesome engineering team!
Great job to everyone who worked around the clock to make it happen!
Give us feedback
We still have a few enhancements we want to make but we want to hear from all of you about how we can make all these new features even better. Please give us feedback!
Finally, good luck on finals!
We hope these improvements make your studying on Quizlet a little easier this finals season. Happy Studies!