When accessing Kahoot, you will find a bunch of menus located at the top of the Kahoot page. Each menu will provide its own information that you can access depending on what you need. The Kahoot menu seems to ease the users to find out the information through each menu.
One of the widely accessible menus is Discover that lets you look for any Kahoot information, especially Kahoot games. Through the Discover menu, you will be able to find the Kahoot games that you want by using the ‘Filters’ feature. Unfortunately, a lot of users do not know where the ‘Discover’ menu is located. Let’s see our post to know where the menu is.
Where to Find the ‘Discover’ Menu?
If you access Kahoot.com without logging in, you will not find the ‘Discover’ menu. That means you have to log into Kahoot with your account first. After logging into your Kahoot account, you will definitely find the ‘Discover’ menu at the top of the page.
To find the ‘Discover’ menu, you can click on the ‘Login’ button. On the Login page, you need to enter your username and password. Then, it will take you into your Kahoot profile. Here, you will find a bunch of menus that you can use to find out the topic you need.
The ‘Discover’ menu is exactly at the top of navigation next to the ‘Home’ menu, along with other menus. To know what’s in the ‘Discover’ menu, you just simply click on the ‘Discover’ menu and see what the Discover menu shows to you.
What Can You Find in the Discover Menu?
After clicking the ‘Discover’ menu, you will notice that the Discover menu is such an excellent place to begin searching and finding the existing Kahoots. In the ‘Discover’ menu, you will find Kahoots that are categorized into a variety of collections.
Within the ‘Discover’ menu, you will be able to play any existing Kahoot, duplicate and also edit it before you can play it. Aside from that, you can also create a completely new Kahoot from scratch. Certainly, you may need a Premium or Premium+account to duplicate premium Kahoots.
Moreover, there are regularly refreshed collections from Kahoot Studio that are verified educators and premium partners. You can also find hundreds of high-quality, ready-to-play learning games in Kahoot.
The ‘Discover’ menu will show you a number of Studio collections in some core subject areas including:
- English Language Arts (ELA)
- History & Social Studies
- Computer Science
How to Find Kahoots Via the ‘Discover’ Menu?
The ‘Discover’ menu on Kahoot navigation also allows you to find out the specific Kahoot games by using the ‘Filter’ feature. You just simply type the keyword of the topic you want to find on the Filters bar. Then, the filter will give you some suggestions.
If you see the Kahoot games that you want on the suggestion lists, you just click on it. Then, it will bring you a list of results related to the Kahoots you want. After that, click on the Kahoots and you can start taking the Kahoots and answer the questions.
In addition to typing the keyword related to the Kahoots you want to find, you can also take advantage of subject options that have been available in the Discover menu. You can select a certain subject as you want such as Math, Science, English Language Arts, Social Studies, General Knowledge, Movies and Music.
For example, you may want to discover a Math subject, you just simply click on the ‘Math’ option. Then, it will also bring you a bunch of suggested filters related to Math subject including:
- Elementary Math
- Applied Math And Statistics
You can click one of the suggested filters that you want. Assuming you want to discover ‘Elementary Math’, you can click on it. By clicking the suggested filters of ‘Elementary Math’, you can see a list of Kahoot games about Elementary Math. So, select one of them and start to take Kahoot Games about Elementary Math.
Learn Other Menus on Kahoot
In addition to the ‘Discover’ menu, there are also still remaining menus at the top of navigation, including Homepage, Library, Reports, Groups and Create. Certainly, each menu will show each information for you. Let’s learn other menus below!
On Homepage, you will find tips and tricks and featured Kahoots. On the left-hand side, you will view your username and the Kahoot plan you are on. On the right-hand side, you will see the links to the last Kahoots that you have created and reports for the last three Kahoots that you have hosted live or assigned as a student-paced challenge.
On the Library menu, you will find an overview of all Kahoots that you have ever created. Through this menu, you will be able to organize your Kahoots into folders. In this case, the search functionality is such a time saving feature when it comes to finding your Kahoots games.
You can also ‘Play’ a kahoot live in your class and remotely or assign it as a student-paced challenge. Aside from that, you will be able to ‘Edit’ any of your Kahoots.
The Reports menu will show you all the results and insights feed, once you play a Kahoot live in class or remotely. This menu will also display a full list of results of your kahoots that you have hosted live or assigned as a student-paced challenge.
If you want to create a Kahoot group, you can utilize the ‘Groups’ menu. This menu will let you create private groups with colleagues, friends or other educators. Through the Groups, you will be able to share and collaborate on Kahoots.
You can click on the ‘Create’ button to create your Kahoot. You can then choose a Kahoot template or also create a Kahoot from scratch. Moreover, you can also combine the different question types in one Kahoot. You just simply click on the ‘Add questions’ and select one of those question types: Quiz true/ false, poll, slide, puzzle, and type answer.