Padlet like feature

Could someone create a content type that is similar to Padlet? It would be a wall where students could post feedback to a prompt/question using either text, voice, or audio? I

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Hi fmbattle!

Are you leaving Padlet because of the recent change in their pricing policy?

Anyway, unfortunately it's currently not possible to share data across instances of a content type. Cooperative or competitive content types would require some changes to H5P's core first, and those are definitely on the roadmap (called "Multiplayer session APIs") - but we're most likely not talking about the near future here.



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Addendum: The Open Knowledge Foundation is said to be working on a open source replacement for Padlet.

I just wanted to add that we would also really love a Padlet type feature. Are there any plans for this?

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Hi karinbrown,

There is a multiplayer content type that is similar to this and once released will be available in


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Hi BV52,

I have access to and was wondering which multiplayer content type similar to Padlet that your are referring to?

Thank you

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Hi bhirata,

The World Cloud is very similar to how the OP described the activity. You can read more about this here.


Does H5P provide an alternative to Padlet yet please?  It would be to for staff/students to share media-rich content, and add comments; also be able to change the layout and appearance. Thanks :-)

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Hi BJ!

Unfortunately: no. While provides some form of "multiplayer" functionality now which would be tha foundation of such a content type, there's none - and it would run on only, not your own H5P enabled platforms.


Hi Oliver.  That's a shame, but many thanks for your speedy reply.  

Hi !

There is a free open-source alternative to Padlet, which work very similarly, and is developped by a really gifted french teacher Emmanuel Zimmert. This is Digipad, one of the Digitale's toolbox for teachers (

Here is the presentation of Digipad: (in french, sorry !)

Here is a live demo of Digipad : and an other here :

Maybe this can be useful :)


Wonderful!  Thank you very much Isabelle :-)