Jenallee has fallen in love with Buncee! It is such a great way to make content interactive, eye appealing, and shareable. 💛 It is also extremely easy to use. And not only is the product amazing but the people behind the product are even more amazing!
And If you didn’t know by now, Jenallee bleeds purple for Microsoft Teams and OneNote! We love them 💜 We love being able to app smash and use a variety of apps to their fullest potential. Because in the end, we are all truly #bettertogether.
Together these apps bring us a whole new edtech love! ❤
Warning 🚨 long backstory ahead 🚨 but we promise, it’s worth the read.
So… the other night, we were working on creating graphics for an upcoming #CultureEd edchat we co-hosted with the amazing Matthew X. Joseph! We decided that we wanted to design the graphics in Buncee! We called up our friend, Buncee Bryan. (He should have never given us his phone number 🤣 and yes, it may have been 9:00 PM) We shared with him that we wanted to collaborate and co-create on the same Buncee. He very nicely informed us that currently that was not an option. We very nicely said ok, no worries, we will call each other in Teams and share one screen and watch the other one of us work. So that is exactly what we did… until we remembered that we could request control on a screen 😲 What does that mean? Well, we were able to collaborate on a Buncee on the same screen with Microsoft Teams! 💥Boom💥
See how we did just that in this video we made… yes at 10:00 PM for our friend, Buncee Bryan, and you of course!
And guess what?!?! Right now during this time of school closure due to COVID-19, you can sign up for a FREE Buncee account and try it out. Just click 👉 this link and give it a try. We promise that you will fall in love and so will your students.
We can’t wait to see your Buncee creations. And don’t forget to check out the ideaslab 💡to help you get started. Ideaslab is inspiration for everyone from teachers, to students, to administrators. Learn how to create great Buncees – from lesson plans to book journals and more. Let us know what you think by tagging @Jenallee1 and @buncee on Twitter with your Buncee creations!