Playbuzz appeared in 2015 as a tool for creating online games, and I praised it at that time – along with sharing some concerns (see “Playbuzz” Is A Great Place For Creating Learning Games – If It Doesn’t Blocked By Your District’s Content Filters).

They have added tons of new features, including being able to easily create some nice-looking presentations and sharing snippets of videos.

In fact, if it isn’t blocked by District content filters, it could join Adobe Spark and Classtools as the most versatile – and easy to use – tools for students to create online content.

I’m looking forward to trying to log-on next week at school to see if it’s usable.