If your school is actively using Google's apps, there is a number of ways you can use these with ThingLink. This article serves as a hub for all available integrations - check out the links below to learn more about each of them.
ThingLink is compatible with Chromebooks as long as they receive software updates.
Single Sign-on with Google Workspace for Schools & Districts
If your school or district is using G Workspace for Education and you have a School account on ThingLink, you can make it so all new users who sign up to ThingLink using a Google account from your domain will automatically join your School. If you are actively using Google Classroom, we can also automatically determine account type based on Classroom data. Learn more here.
Availability: educational accounts on School & District plan.
Sharing to Google Classroom
While Google Classroom does not support interactive embeds, you can share post a link to your ThingLink work directly to the Classroom - watch the video below to learn more.
Embedding Google's tools into ThingLink
Most Google apps, including but not limited to YouTube, Maps, Forms, Slides, and Docs, can be embedded into ThingLink:
Learn more about how to embed these and other tools here.
Using Google Street View to take 360 photos for ThingLink
360 photos are a great way to engage your students - or give their parents a virtual tour of your classroom. While 360 cameras provide the best results, you can use Google Street View on your phone to take 360 photos & export them to ThingLink. Learn more here.