Study Feed is a new feature that displays all of your Quizlet info—study sets, classes, friends, high scores—in one convenient place.
Study Feed updates you on what's happening in your Quizlet classes and the sets you're studying.In the example below, study set "100 Most Common SAT words" is at the top of the feed because a member of your class, "PS 101," is currently studying. Study Feed will automatically update based on your activity and those of your classmates so actively studied sets are always near the top.
You can also see feeds for Recently Studied sets and those Created by You, both of which appear on the lefthand side of the page.
Classes are a major component of how to organize your Quizlet experience and an upgraded version of Quizlet Groups.
Within each class you can see all the study sets, members, as well as notifications of new sets and the top contributors.
You'll also see real time studying activity on every study set.
Quizlet can now auto-suggest classes and study sets based on which school you attend. If you login with Facebook, we sync with your school data automatically. If you login with Quizlet, the first time you create a class we will ask you to link a school.
Get Started with Classes and Link Your School
Go to your settings to link your Facebook account if you haven't already.
Tell us what you think
Let us know what you think about our Classes redesign and what features you might want us to add going forward. Drop us a line at Quizlet feedback.
PS. Special thanks to Bill, Jenn, Lauren, Kristin, Phil, and Joan for taking time during summer break to come to our offices, test out classes, and give us honest feedback.
Finding your old Dashboard
This new view of your recent activity and classes is called your dashboard but everything that you used to find on "My Dashboard" is still there. We've renamed it your "Profile". You can get to it from the header anywhere on the website. You can learn more about the reorganization here.