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Manually sign up for Quill
Go to Quill's sign-up page and enter your first name, last name, and email, and create your own password.
Manually log into Quill
To log into your Quill account, you will navigate to this login page, enter your username and password, and click the Log in button.
Manually create classes
To manually create classes, navigate to the My Classes tab.
Then, click the Create a class button.
Name your class and select the grade of the class from the dropdown menu. Optionally, reset your class code by clicking the Reset hyperlink.
Now, you'll choose between two options to add students to this class.
Option 1: Invite students to create accounts for themselves
Choose the Students create their own accounts option to get a unique link to share with students so that they can create their own usernames and passwords. This option is recommended for students who are familiar with creating accounts on websites.
Click the Copy button to copy your shareable link and share it via email, add it to your learning management system, or write it on your whiteboard. When students visit this link, they will be asked to create a Quill account and will be automatically added to your class in Quill.
Option Two: Create accounts for students
Alternatively, you can choose the Create accounts for students option if you would like to add students by first and last names and have Quill generate a username and password combination for each student.
When you select this option, add each student with their first and last name and click the Add button. When you click the Add button, Quill will generate a username that follows the pattern firstname.lastname@class-code and a password that defaults to their lass cap Once you have added all of your students, click the Next button.
You can then download a PDF document with students' usernames and passwords by clicking the Download PDF button for the class. Lastly, click the Done button to finish creating this class.
How students manually log into Quill
To log into their Quill accounts, students will navigate to this login page, enter their username and password, and click the Log in button.
If students forget their usernames or password, teachers may access their usernames and passwords in the My Classes tab of their Quill accounts.
In the My Classes tab, click on the class whose students' usernames and passwords you would like to see. Then, click on the Download student log-in instructions button to download a PDF of students' usernames and passwords.
Frequently Asked Questions
I have a new student. How do I get them to show up on my Quill roster?
Navigate to the My Classes tab.
Click the new student's class and click the Invite students button. You'll have the same choice to either provide the student with a unique link to create their own account or to create a username and password for the student.
How do I reset a student's password?
To reset a student's password, navigate to the My Classes tab.
Click on the class in which the student is rostered. Then, click the ellipsis button within the Actions column to the far right of the student's name and click the Reset password option. This will reset the student's password to their last name with the first letter capitalized.
My student cannot manually log into Quill. What can I do?
If your student cannot manually log into Quill, navigate to the My Classes tab.
Click on the class in which the student is rostered and look in the Log-in Method field for that student.
If the student has the copy, Google Classroom or Clever, listed in the Log-in Method field, then they should log into their Quill accounts by navigating to this login page and clicking the Log in with Google or Log in with Clever button, respectively.
How can I add a co-teacher to one or more of my Quill classes?
Please see this article about inviting a co-teacher to any one of your Quill classes.
Have more questions?
Please feel free to send us a message through the green message bubble on the bottom right corner of the screen or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.