Fast Access to GoNoodle

We know every second of class time matters! Use these tips to shorten the time it takes to use GoNoodle. 


Set up Your Browser to Stay Logged In For 30+ Days

GoNoodle is set up to keep you logged in perpetually, as long as you don't intentionally log out or have 30 consecutive days of inactivity.  We use a thirty day session cookie to keep you identified. In order for this to work, cookies must be enabled for your browser. 

Note that if cookies are enabled successfully, you will still be required to click Log In when you access GoNoodle.com, but will not be required to enter your username and password. To shortcut this, point your browser to  https://app.gonoodle.com instead.


To enable cookies for your browser, follow the specific directions below:

Chrome
  1. Click the Chrome Menu (three stacked dots in the upper right of the browser).
  2. Click Settings.
  3. Click Show advanced settings.
  4. In the "Privacy" section, click the Content settings button.
  5. In the "Cookies" section, click Allow Local Data to be Set.
Firefox
  1. Click the Menu (three stacked bars to the upper right of the browser).
  2. Click Settings
  3. Click Privacy.
  4. Select check mark for Accept cookies from sites to enable cookies.
  5. Select how long cookies are allowed to be stored: Keep until: they expire
Safari
  1. Click Safari from the top menu.
  2. Click Preferences.
  3. Click Privacy.
  4. Click Allow from websites I visit.
Internet Explorer
  1. Click the Tools button.
  2. Click Internet options.
  3. Click Privacy.
  4. Click Advanced Privacy Settings.
  5. Choose Accept first-party cookies.
  6. When you're done making changes, click OK.

Create Bookmarks in your Browser or Other Tools

Bookmarking GoNoodle makes it easy to access the site from a single click within your chosen browser -- especially when you're taking advantage of the 30 day session cookie. To get the most use of this, bookmark the pages you use the most -- copy the URL from the address bar when you're on a page you want to bookmark. For example:

Note that bookmarking depends on the browser you use. The 3rd party links below can help you learn how to bookmark in your chosen browser:

Many teachers will "bookmark" specific pages within GoNoodle in other tools. For example, some teachers take a few moments during planning time to create documents or presentations with direct links to the activities they wish to use strategically throughout the day. With this, they can then "navigate" GoNoodle by simply clicking the links in those documents. 

Check out an example here:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n_a6BOhqd1dZutMxP8f_QVNt2DVqCi9bRITDcYKE3HU


Create a Shortcut on your Desktop

Alternative to bookmark browsers, you can create shortcut icons on your desktop. The steps to do this depend on if you're on a Mac or a PC.

Note: these links may take you to an outside site that is not affiliated with GoNoodle in any way.