Create a padlet
Padlet is the easiest way to create and collaborate in the world. Learn how to get started with your first Padlet!
Add editable Google files to a padlet
You are able to add editable google files to Padlet. Here's how.
There are two color schemes in a padlet: dark and light. Learn how to adjust your color scheme.
Leave a padlet
If you have been added to a padlet as a collaborator, it will show up in the Shared section of your dashboard. This is how to remove yourself as a collaborator and remove the padlet from the Shared tab.
Block swear words
The profanity filter detect bad words in posts and comments and replace them with emojis. Here's how to use it on your padlets.
Access a padlet's details
Curious about who made a padlet or what format is being used? Want to know how many posts are in a padlet without counting on your fingers? Click on the three-dot ellipsis (... ) in the action bar of…
How do I layer posts on canvas?
To change the stacking order, click on the vertical three-dot ellipsis (...) of the post to see the menu. You can bring posts to prominence in front, or send 'em way back.
Report posts and padlets
Reported content will be reviewed by our member services team and if it violates our content policy it will be removed immediately.
Turn on Location Services for Padlet app on my computer
If you're using the Padlet desktop app, you will need to do this if you want to get your current location when creating a Map attachment.
Search and filter posts
Need to find a particular post? Search through your posts by keyword, or filter by post color, author, or status.
Join a padlet
Padlets are secret by default. You will need at least one of these three things to join someone else's padlet: link. QR code. Email invitation.
Padlet privacy options
When you create a padlet, you can choose a privacy setting to control who can access it. Read this article to learn about the different privacy options.
Author and timestamp on posts
Learn about different ways of identifying who posted what on your padlet.
Delete a padlet
Michelangelo said, "If the wine is sour, throw it out!" The same is true for a padlet. Here is how to delete a sour padlet.
Prevent others from posting on my padlet
Learn how to restrict foreign interlopers from posting on your padlet.
Wallpaper makes things more fun and cute! On Padlet, you can choose from solid colours, patterns and images.
Format text in a post
Learn how to format text on posts. Use bold text, italics, special characters, and formulas.
How do I make my post bigger or smaller?
It's only possible to change the size of your posts in the canvas format. If your padlet is in any of the other six formats you will not be able to manually resize your post.
Archive or unarchive a padlet
Learn how to clean up your dashboard by archiving or unarchiving old padlets.
Allow others to move posts around on my padlet
Learn how to enable visitors to rearrange posts on your padlet.
Add a drawing
Padlet offers a few features for aspiring artists and creators. Read this article to learn how to draw on a padlet!
Pin a location on the Map format
You are able to pin a location in the map format. You do this by making a post on that location. Here's how.
Set a padlet's cover image
This article explains what a cover image is and how to set one for your padlet.
Default padlet privacy and visitor permissions
Learn about default privacy settings and how to adjust them!
Export a padlet
Want a copy of your padlet in its final form? Learn about the different ways to export your padlet.
Share an individual post
You can always share the link to your padlet, but did you know that you can share the link to an individual post? Learn more!
Post moderation can be enabled in order to hide unapproved posts. These posts do not display until the padlet owner approves them.
Reactions enable peer-to-peer quantitative feedback on Padlet and allow you to collaborate in many new ways. Learn more!
Embed a padlet
Did you know that you can embed your padlet on another website? Read on to learn how!
Padlet links and custom URLs
Even if you transfer your padlets to a new account, change your username, or customize your URL, your padlet will never be lost. Learn about Padlet links.
Learn how to sort your posts alphabetically, randomly, by reaction, or by date published.