Many of our users have told us that they would love to be able to edit supports on the go. We’re pleased to report that we’ve just rolled out support today for editing supports with Symbly right on your iPad (running iOS 5 or above) with the Safari mobile web browser! So you don’t even need to install an app to do it.
Thanks to all of our beta testers for the excellent help and suggestions.
If you’re looking to create a Symbly account, you can do so right here.
We’re currently in the process of developing Symbly, a new way to create and share visual supports including communication boards, social narratives, and more. And while our development team is passionate about special education software, and we have participants who use software like this on a regular basis, we want to gather as much input as possible. We want to gather feedback and use cases from folks out there who want a better way to create and share supports: hopefully, folks like you!
To give us the opportunity to gather this valuable feedback, we’re getting ready to hold a closed beta before we officially launch. During the beta, a select group of beta testers will be invited to try out Symbly for free, and to work closely with our development team, making suggestions, reporting bugs, etc. This is an amazing chance to help influence what we hope will be the new special education tool that people will be talking about in the next year.
So, if you’ve ever used current special education software and thought to yourself “I could design something better”, or you just have a passion for creating amazing visual supports, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “I want to be a beta tester!”. We’ll only be inviting a limited number of participants, so if you’re interested, don’t wait, contact us today!
Creating and sharing visual supports including communication boards, social narratives, and others is a core part of any professional’s toolkit when working with students and clients with a variety of disabilities. However, the current tools and offerings that allow you to create those supports are increasingly falling behind current trends and failing to innovate. We’re creating Symbly to change that. Read more…