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Entering User Names and Passwords on Responders

For a list of user names, passwords and PINs, on the Home page, click Users, then View Students. Search for students; then, click the Passwords tab.

Use common phone texting techniques to enter user names and passwords.

The letters printed above the keys help you see which key to press for each letter.

As on cell phones, the first letter entered (or the first letter after "." or "?" or "!") is capitalised by default, with the lowercase letters following (i.e. 2ABCabc). After that, letters default to the lowercase letters, followed by uppercase letters (i.e. 2abcABC).

For example, to enter the word "The", press the 8 button twice for "T", the 4 button three times to get "h" and the 3 button three times to get "e".

To enter a space or go to the next character, press Select.

To delete the previous character, press Clear.

After entering an answer, press Enter.

Here is a table that shows which button to press to get each character: