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Multiplayer in Education Team Projects (Students to join other students' forks of a project)
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edudobler

Hi everyone, I'm a teacher and currently using replit for a webpage-Projekt with my students in Teams for Education. I've started and published a Team Project and now every student works in their own fork which they're going to submit individually. Now, some students want to collaborate in peer feedback and sort of want others to be allowed to join their fork. So is there a way in Teams for Education how a student can share their code for multiplayer mode the way I can just drop in and see the students' code as a teacher?

Answered by RoBlockHead [earned 5 cycles]
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RoBlockHead

I would direct you to the Teams For Education Canny Board. Not many people on Repl Talk are familiar with Teams for Education, and the Replit team will respond faster there.

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edudobler

Unfortunately no answer there yet, but thank you for directing me to the right 'universe'.

@RoBlockHead

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RemingtonJones

Thanks for the information.

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JamieHargrove

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JBloves27

Yes, they can invite you into the repl, or you can ask them to do that. Then you should be able to see their code!

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dnilem26

@edudobler
yes, it us possible to code in multiplayer mode
all your students need to do is to invite you to the project

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dnilem26

@edudobler
the invite button is at the top right corner of the screen of the project page
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