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Organize activities with Collections
Organize activities with Collections

Collections can help you quickly organize and keep track of all your favorite activities.

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Organize activities on with Collections.

Whether you are sequencing activities for your classes or saving activities to reference in your own activity building, Collections can help you quickly organize and keep track of all your favorite activities.

Start off by exploring our Featured Collections on We have curated some of our best activities into collections of some of the most popular topics like Linear Systems, Distance Learning, Elementary, and more.

Want to see what’s new? Scroll down to our Recently Released Activities featured collection. Also, be sure to check out our featured collection of Starter Screens that you can use when editing your own custom activities.

Creating your own collections

You can add an activity or collection to another collection by pressing the Add (+) button in the upper right corner. Adding a collection to another collection can help you stay organized when dealing with lots of activities. For example, you might make collections for the activities in each unit of a course and then add those unit collections to a course-level collection.

Edit a collection to reorder content, organize your activities into sections, and add descriptions.

If you’re using a collection frequently, you can pin it to your sidebar to quickly access it from your teacher homepage. You can always un-pin the collection later.

Finding and sharing your collections

Found a collection that you like? Share it with a colleague, and they can add it to their own collection of activities. If you’d like other colleagues to be able to edit your collection, add them as an editor.

Access your collections from the left-hand sidebar on Collections you’ve added from colleagues and Featured Collections by Desmos Classroom are pinned at the top of your Collections page, and your custom collections are listed beneath those in alphabetical order.

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