Virtual wall applications are very popular with teachers, and for good reason; links, texts, photos, videos, files or documents, everything can be deposited on these online whiteboards which allow the most effective collaboration.
Padlet ... before
Padlet certainly remains one of the most famous platforms in this genre. Indeed, whether it is for classroom management, resource sharing between colleagues, data logging or collaboration between students on a multidisciplinary project, this tool, once free, has made it possible to optimize exchanges in several respects.
Maybe a victim of his popularity, Padlet is now chargeable and requires one subscription per month. A free basic version is still available, but now only suggests 3 walls per person and files of 10MB or less. Not to mention the unwanted announcements that affect user productivity. In short, suddenly a little less practical and user-friendly as a tool ...
Middlespot ... now
Considering the foregoing, the alternative which gains enormously to be known is called Middlespot. Allowing the creation of as many walls as necessary and which can be integrated directly into the G Suite, this application seems to be perfectly suited to now support teachers in their daily lives. Each painting or wall thus created is of an infinite size and you can add the number of elements that will please you.
These virtual walls can be shared via a single link and give the possibility to one or more users to see, but also to edit the creations. Computers, tablets or phones will therefore allow you to use the most intuitive where the handling of the elements remains pleasant and precise.
Middlespot will also please teachers and students with its integrated comments system that allows rapid exchanges and feedback between different users.
Did I fail to say that Middlespot is free?