In advance of next week’s ISTE conference, Kahoot has unveiled some new features that teachers have been asking for. Now when you create a Kahoot game you will have 25% more space to write your questions. You’ll now be able to drag-and-drop your game questions into a new order. And, finally, Kahoot has added autosaving of your work in progress.
One of the features of Kahoot that I often show to people is the ability to duplicate public Kahoot games and customize those games for your students. Now Kahoot will make question suggestions based on the type of game you’re creating and questions you’ve added. This is similar to the Google Forms feature that will suggest question types when you’re writing a quiz.
One more Kahoot update that teachers should note is that you can now extend response timer for a question to four minutes. That’s twice as long as the previous time limit.