Padlet - Help for Staff and Students

Visit the Padlet homepage on the Digital Education Systems Help website for guides to help you use Padlet. You will also be able to search for answers if you're not sure which guide you might need.

Links to some of the how-to guides available on the website are also provided below:


Accessibility, How accessible is Padlet?
Account, Create a University of Leeds Padlet account
Add a Padlet to a Minerva Module
Avatar, Changing your Padlet avatar


Backpack Account, What is it?


Collaborate and share with another user
Create and share a Padlet
Create a Padlet
Create a Padlet Slideshow


Deleting a Padlet
Design/Description, Changing the design or description of your Padlet


Embed a Padlet into a Minerva module/organisation **This is a Staff Guide**


Images/Files, Adding an image or file to a Padlet
Import Padlets from an existing Padlet account


Language support for Padlet
Log in, How to log in to Padlet
Log in, How to log in to the Padlet App on a phone or tablet
Log in, Trouble logging into Padlet, what should I do?


Notifications, How do I change my Padlet notifications?


Moderator Setting, is there a moderator setting?


Padlet, What is Padlet?
Padlet FAQ's
Posting, Add a Post
Posting, Can I see who posted on my Padlet?
Posting, Delete a Post
Posting, Save a Post or Comment
Privacy Statement for Padlet
Process mapping with Padlet


Questions and discussions, Setting up a Padlet for Questions and Discussions


Save a Padlet
Share a Padlet


Template Format, How do I change the template format of my Padlet?


Using Padlet, Further guidance and video tutorial on how to use Padlet

Need more help?

Make sure you are logged in to this website ( when viewing this page. You should then see additional support options, such as the ability to open an IT ticket and, where relevant, submit related requests for specific help.

What is Padlet?

Padlet is a versatile and intuitive digital notice board available for use by both staff and students. Padlets can be shared with easily for others to contribute to or to refer to. Often described as a digital notice board, topics, comments, images, links, videos and documents can all be added to a Padlet. Staff and students can access it through a browser or app.

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