If you already have a VoiceThread account, just sign into the App to access your existing content, comment on it, and create new VoiceThreads. Please see the workflow below that applies to you.
If you normally sign into your account by going to http://voicethread.com and clicking the “Sign in” button, follow the steps below:
If you don’t remember your password, tap the “Need Password?” link on the sign-in page.
If you have a K-12 license, you can assign your students VoiceThread usernames (fictitious email addresses) instead of using valid addresses (learn more here). When they sign into those accounts in the iOS App, someone will need to change the domain in the App to be your custom domain so they can continue to use those usernames. Below are the steps they can follow.
You will not need to enter the domain each time your students sign in. The App will remember your selection. You can also lock that domain in place so that students cannot edit it themselves within the VoiceThread App. To lock your domain:
If your school or institution has integrated VoiceThread into its information system, you’ll need to change the domain in the App to be your institution’s domain. Do that by following these steps:
Note: You only need to do this once. The VoiceThread App will remember your domain preference in the future.
Once you’ve changed the domain and returned to VoiceThread, tap “Sign in”. The next steps you take will depend on what system your institution has configured. If you normally sign into VoiceThread on a page that looks like the screenshot below, proceed with the steps just below.
If you normally sign into VoiceThread on a page that looks different, whether it is your normal institution sign-in page or a learning management system, please follow these steps instead:
If your institution uses external authentication and you have not yet set the institutional domain in the App, you may be redirected to the correct domain based on your email address. If your institution supports this, you will see a hint when you enter your email address and a button that takes you to the correct sign-in page.