Introducing Study Feed: The New Way to Organize Your Quizlet Experience
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"…

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Posted by William August 16, 2012 · View post
Learning vocabulary with audio support
Quizlet has audio support so that you can use your SAT words in everyday conversation, nonchalantly. Hear your vocab On the set page, click the speaker icon to hear how a word is pronounced. This works for 18 languages! Listen to your flashcards Click the speaker icon on flashcards to enable audio…

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Posted by Sophia August 2, 2012 · View post
Speller as a Dictation Tool
You can use Speller to practice dictations for nearly any foreign language class (with audio in 18 languages). Create a dictation set Create a set on Quizlet with your dictation sentences in first column and a place filler (e.g. a period or a dash) in the second column. See an example set here. Typ…

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Posted by Sophia August 1, 2012 · View post
Set Search is now Personalized
With 13 million sets, Quizlet is a treasure trove for resources. But sometimes you just want to find what you made on Quizlet. We've made that even easier to find what you're looking for by personalizing your set search. Search for a set under "Find Sets" or the search box in the upper rig…

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Posted by Sophia July 31, 2012 · View post
Improved adding Flickr images to study sets
We just launched a major upgrade to adding images on Quizlet. When you "Add Images" to a study set, you have always been able to "search images" on Flickr. But now it's even easier to do. We display 36 results as thumbnails so you can quickly see all options. Hover over each imag…

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Posted by William July 27, 2012 · View post
Quizlet and Chromebooks
Here's an easy way to share Quizlet with all your students (and teachers) from the very first day of school. Chromebooks If your school plans to have Chromebooks next school year, you can ask your school admins to add Quizlet to all the students' accounts. When a student open the computer, the Quiz…

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Posted by Sophia July 18, 2012 · View post
Groups are now Classes
We're building a new classes feature for Quizlet and we've just taken the first step: Turning Groups into Classes Quizlet Classes You'll see some major upgrades in the next week to Classes but here's a rundown of what's changed so far. 1.**Managers and Creators have merged. There are only Admins.**…

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Posted by Sophia July 13, 2012 · View post
Making Copying on Quizlet Simple
Why copy a set? With over 12 million sets on Quizlet, it's very likely that you can find what you're trying to study without creating it on your own. However, often the set you find may only match 90% of what you need to learn. By creating a copy, you can tweak the definitions or add or delete terms…

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Posted by Sophia July 12, 2012 · View post
David Chanin is joining Quizlet!
We're pleased to announce that David Chanin has joined the Quizlet Team as a Software Engineer. David will be working across the complete technical stack on Quizlet. He joins us from Stanford University, where he recently graduated with a masters degree in Electrical Engineering. While at Stanford,…

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Posted by William July 6, 2012 · View post
Announcing Username Changes
Everyone makes mistakes. When I look back on my first online accounts, I can't believe I picked such bad names. So we're happy to announce that you can finally change your username on Quizlet! This is one of the most common feature requests we get from our users, and we've listened. You can change y…

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Posted by July 4, 2012 · View post
Quizlet takes Photoshop 101
Summer School at Quizlet We've got an awesome team at Quizlet with diverse talents and backgrounds. So we decided to all learn a new skill and have a team member teach the class. Anand, our designer, is obviously a pro at Adobe Photoshop. So we're all going to learn to be pros. Well, maybe not Anan…

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Posted by Sophia July 3, 2012 · View post
Ryan Gordon is joining Quizlet
We're pleased to announce that Ryan Gordon has joined the Quizlet team as a Software Engineer. Ryan will be focusing on Quizlet's backend and infrastructure, making sure the site stays fast and secure for our millions of users. He spent 5 years on the MyBB team where he led development for over 2 y…

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Posted by William June 29, 2012 · View post
Bug Week at Quizlet...Squashing Bugs and Taking Names
Photo: ANDREY PAVLOV / CATERS NEWS We just wrapped up the first ever Bug Week at Quizlet. The result? We made over 50 small and large improvements to the site. Most involve technical changes that users won't see; as long as Quizlet is still up and running, we did our job. Here are 5 improvements yo…

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Posted by William June 27, 2012 · View post
Building the Next Generation of Quizlet
From the beginning, Quizlet has been built by students for students. Andrew Sutherland first created the site 7 years ago to help him study for a high school French class and the trend continues this summer with our intern class, which includes 3 high school students who have been using Quizlet for…

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Posted by Sophia June 21, 2012 · View post
Jake Heiser is joining Quizlet
Yesterday marked Jake's first day on the Software Engineering team at Quizlet. Jake will be working on the Quizlet mobile experience. He previously built Quiz Me!, one of the top Quizlet-powered iPhone apps. He is a rising freshman at Hinsdale Central.

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Posted by William June 12, 2012 · View post
Max Haubenstock is joining Quizlet
Today we're happy to announce that Max Haubenstock is joining the Software Engineering team at Quizlet. A Florida native, Max built a webOS app, Study Buddy, while still a sophomore in high school. He previously worked at ordr.in and is a rising senior at Pine Crest School.

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Posted by William June 11, 2012 · View post
An Update on Multiplayer
We recently launched a limited release of our new Multiplayer game for Quizlet users to try out. In the last few days, hundreds of Quizlet users have written in to give us feedback. Clearly the game is a lot of fun, but we've heard some great suggestions from students and teachers about how to make…

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Posted by William May 21, 2012 · View post
Profile Images and Bold Text now available
We've added two new features to Quizlet based on popular demand. Profile Images Previously only users who connected to Quizlet with their Facebook account could add a profile picture, but now anyone can. To add a profile image to your account, click on Settings and add an image from your computer. Y…

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Posted by William February 17, 2012 · View post
An Epic: How Quizlet won NodeJam
"It was all thanks to a funny hat" On Thursday we won the NodeJam competition, a startup competition between 35 different startups to showcase applications of the Node.js framework. We won $100,000 in prizes and plenty of glory! The story of how we did it is an epic tale of working really…

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Posted by Andrew January 30, 2012 · View post
Speed talking
Have you ever used Speller and missed the words because the voice is too fast for you? Well, now you can slow down the speed of the voice! When you're starting to learn a new language, it's often hard to understand the words when spoken at the speed of a native speaker. Recognizing this, we've adde…

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Posted by January 20, 2012 · View post