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This screen appears when you enter classEx. It provides you with an overview of all your games and gives you quick access to all important features of classEx.

Main classEx screens

In the top right-hand corner, you find the main navigation bar which is always displayed in every mode. This allows you to switch from one mode to another and access your personal data.


The mode you are currently in, is always marked by a darker shade of grey, currently the symbol for the starting screen W.JPG. The symbol on the left Q.JPG takes you to the Lecture Mode. Clicking on F.JPG takes you to the Editing Mode. The little arrow S.JPG provides you with a drop-down menu. Here, you can access your personal data and your course data as well as the terms of use, the documentation, some general info on classEx and the logout button. You can also log out all participants currently logged into your class, for more information see Participants.



Here, you can find an overview of all your games as well as the standard games that are in your overview by default. You can create a new game by clicking on new game in the top bar. Games are sorted into folders, for example different chapters of lectures, which can be found on the left. You can create a new folder by clicking on new folder in the top bar. Folders can be renamed by typing in the box above the list of games in a folder. You can move games from one folder to another by clicking on the little arrow on the right-hand side and choosing a new folder from the drop-down menu.

You can directly enter the Lecture Mode to play a game by pressing the button Playy.JPG and directly enter the Editing Mode to edit a game by pressing the button Editt.JPG. Games that were created by other users cannot be edited but only played or viewed. The little arrows Arroww.JPG allow you to change the sequence of games within a floder. Clicking on the symbol Rubbish.JPG deletes the game. This symbol Open.PNG means that you have set the game to be public, which means that other users can also see and copy this game. This symbol Closed.PNG means your game is private. You can change this setting by clicking on the symbol. Tag.PNG means that the game was created by another user and, thus, its settings cannot be edited by you.

The button repository in the top bar gives you access to the repository which contains all public games created by you and other lecturers.