Kahoot Floods

I often use Kahoot to review with my students. My classes love the game and request that we play to help prepare for our assessments. So when a request came in to use Kahoot to review for an assessment, I was happy to oblige.

In my class of 10 students, suddenly there were 200 people playing this Kahoot. How?

Bots.

A student in my class went to a spam site and inserted the game code, then we were playing with my 10 students and 200 of our closest robots.

But don’t despair, it’s easy to keep bots from playing your games. In your game setup, where you choose to play in Classic Mode or Team Mode, scroll down to turn on “Enable 2-Step Join.” It will require players to answer an additional question before they can join the game. Now you can play without worry!

Kahoot 2 step join

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