Une documentation claire pour tous vos besoins

  • Get access to ONE
  • What’s new?
  • My account
  • View My Class
  • My Apps
  • My Text Editor
  • My Image Editor
  • Using the Voice Recorder
  • Sharing content
  • Where can I get help?
  • ONE Pocket, the mobile app
  • Blog
  • Class settings
  • Directory
  • Filespace
  • Homework notebook
  • Mailbox
  • Multimedia notebook
  • Statistics
  • I'm starting
  • I discover the apps
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    On this page
    – Enter your personal information and control its visibility
    – Edit external notification settings

    Logging in to ONE is easy! Just enter your username and password in the login window.

    Activate your account

    To activate your account, go to https://one.opendigitaleducation.com/en and click on the “Sign in” button at the top of the screen.

    In the new window, enter the username and activation code your school sent you, then click “Sign in.”

    Next, enter your new password and confirm it. Type in your email address so you can recover your password if you forget it.

    Read and accept the terms and conditions, then click “Activate.”

    You are now signed in and can start using ONE!

    Keep track of your username and password. You’ll have to enter them each time you sign into ONE.


    By holding down your mouse button on this icon, you can see your activation code and password to check that you entered it correctly.

    Mon compte

    If you didn’t enter an email address the first time you signed in, you can add it in the “My Account” tab. Adding an email address will come in handy if you forget your password.

    Recover your password

    If you forget or lose your password, click on the “Forgot my password” link in the ONE sign-in window.

    Enter your username, then click “Send.”

    An email will be sent to the address you provided in the “My Account” tab. That email will contain a link that will let you renew your password.

    If you have not added an email address to the “My Account” tab, you can:

    • Contact your teacher, who can reset your password via the Class Settings app.
    • Contact your school’s local administrator to either add an email address to your user file or send a password reset email.

    What’s new?

    The “What’s new?” section is the ONE homepage. The ONE homepage opens every time a user signs into the platform. You can also access the homepage via the “What’s new?” tab.

    This page includes:

    ✓ The Newsfeed, located in the middle of the screen, features all the latest activities that are relevant to the user, such as a shared document or blog, newly published content in the platform’s services, new message alerts, and updated photos, mottoes, or moods. This feature is based on the same principles as the newsfeeds used in social networks.

    ✓ Widgets, which are located to the left of the Newsfeed, are tools that let the user choose a mood, quickly see their classmates’ birthdays, and even register a soundtrack directly on ONE!

    My Newsfeed

    This feature is based on the same principle as the newsfeeds used on social networking platforms and provides an overview of the latest activities that are relevant to you, such as a shared document or blog, newly published content in the platform’s services, new message alerts, and updated photos, mottoes, or moods.
    With one glance, you can see all the key information you need (the user’s first name, last name, and photo as well as the date and description of the action) and click on links that will take you straight to the relevant content.

    Filter news

    You can choose which notifications appear in your newsfeed.

    (1): First, click on “Filter by” to display filters for each application.

    (2): By default, the “All” button will be activated, which means the Newsfeed will display notifications from all applications. To hide certain notifications, click on the corresponding label in the list. The label will turn gray, meaning the notifications for that application will no longer be included in your Newsfeed.

    Delete a notification

    You can delete a notification from your own Newsfeed. To do so, click on the action arrow to the right of the notification you would like to delete.

    A window will open allowing you to delete the notification from your Newsfeed.

    Report a notification

    If ONE is being used by an entire school or as part of a single program, users can report inappropriate notifications. Any reported notifications are handled by the structure’s administrator.

    To report a notification, click on the action arrow to the right of the notification.

    A window will open allowing you to report the notification as inappropriate.

    The school administrator can then decide whether to keep or permanently delete the notification.


    The following widgets are located in the vertical bar to the left of the Newsfeed:

    • The Mood Widget lets you select your current mood;
    • The Birthday Widget lists the classmates who have birthdays during the month;
    • The Voice Recorder lets you record a soundtrack on ONE;
    • The Notepad lets you write down important information;
    • The Calendar shows the day’s date.

    Customize your page

    Click on the settings icon below the “My Apps” button. The customization bar will appear.

    You can now select:

    • A theme for your ONE background screen;
    • The widgets you want to pin to the vertical bar to the left of your Newsfeed.

    My account

    On this page
    – Enter your personal information and control its visibility
    – Edit external notification settings

    Each user has their own personal space to update their mood, motto, photo and other personal information. They can choose to make this information visible to other ONE users, or keep it private.

    The “My Account” application has three tabs, each of which includes different features:

    (1): “My Profile” lets you add your personal information and control its visibility

    (2): “Manage My External Notifications” lets you set how frequently you want to receive email notifications;

    (3): “My History” lets you hide a notification from other users in your network.

    Enter your profile information and manage its visibility

    Enter your profile information, including your photo, contact information, motto, mood, and interests, by simply clicking on the field you want to edit. The information you enter will be saved automatically.

    You can control your personal information’s visibility with the icon at the end of each line. With a single click, pick the icon that matches the level of visibility you want:

    The “Lock” icon means the information is private and only you can see it.
    The “Globe” icon means the information is visible to other ONE users, depending on their communication rights.

    When you add or edit text or visibility settings on your personal information page, your changes are saved automatically.

    Edit your external notification settings

    Click on the “Manage My External Notifications” tab. On the external notification settings page, you can edit your email address (1) and choose how frequently you would like to receive notification emails: immediately, daily, weekly, or never (2).

    You can see a detailed breakdown of service-specific notifications by clicking on the name of the service in the corresponding line (3).

    When you’ve finished editing, click on “Save” at the bottom of the table (4).

    Une fois la notification reçue dans votre boîte mail personnelle, cliquez sur le lien correspondant afin d’accéder au contenu. Si vous n’êtes pas connecté à l’ENT, vous devrez saisir votre identifiant et votre mot de passe pour accéder à l’objet de la notification.

    View My Class

    See your class portrait with a click of the mouse!

    By clicking on a user, you can access their personal information (photos, parent or guardian’s contact details, mood, motto, interests, etc.). If it’s a student, you can see their teachers and admins as well as the school(s) and class(es) they are affiliated with.

    You can also send them a message through the Mailbox (1) directly from this page or add a user to your share favorites (2).

    My Apps

    The My Apps page serves as a central location for all the school’s digital services. To open it, click on the corresponding button in the navigation bar.

    On the page, you can see all the services that you can access, including apps, links to school life tools, educational resources, and more. To access one of these services, simply click on the corresponding icon.

    My Text Editor

    The text editor, which is available in all ONE applications, offers a variety of ways to embed multimedia content or format your text:

    Embedding an external resource

    In the different applications on ONE, including the Blog, Multimedia Notebook, Mailbox, and Homework Notebook, you can embed external resources, such as interactive exercises, videos, collaborative walls, and more.

    To do so, open a ONE app, click on the “Create” button, and open the text editor. Click on the multimedia icon in the editing bar.

    The “Add multimedia content” window will open. Choose to either:

    1. Select a type of multimedia content; or
    2. Insert an embed code.

    Embedding multimedia content that is suggested by default

    ONE suggests a variety of resources by default (LearningApps, Educaplay, YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo, and Libcast). This type of content can be embedded into a service by copying and pasting its website address (e.g. learningapps.org/1465447).

    First, copy the URL address for the content you wish to embed

    Embed the resource into an application

    Click on the icon that matches the type of content you would like to embed, such as LearningApps, for example.

    A new window will open. Paste the address for the resource here (1). A preview of the new content will appear. If you want to embed it, click on the “Apply” button (2).

    The resource is now embedded into your ONE content!

    Add a resource that is not suggested by default

    If the type of resource you would like to add is not listed among the app’s default suggestions, you’ll need to paste the embed code yourself.

    Examples of content you can add using the embed or iframe code

    There are a wide variety of online resources you can incorporate into ONE if you can access its embed code.

    Here are a few examples of websites that offer useful content you could incorporate into your shared resources:

    • Videos on the website openStreetMap;
    •  Padlet websites that offer collaborative walls;
    •  Scratch, for teaching students about computer coding.

    Paste the embed code to embed the resource into ONE

    After you’ve copied the embed code, you can insert the resource into all the applications that have a text editor by clicking on the embed icon shown opposite.

    A window will open. You can then:

    1. Copy the embed link for the resource;
    2. See a preview of the content you would like to embed;
    3. Click on the “Apply” button to embed the resource into your content.

    The resource is now embedded into your ONE content!

    Creating an internal or external link

    Using the text editor, which is available in all ONE apps, you can create links to redirect the user to other content.
    In the ONE content you are currently editing (blog post, activity in the Homework Notebook, Multimedia Notebook page, etc.), select the text where you want to add a link (1), then click on the “Create a link” icon (2).

    The window that pops up will have two tabs:

    • The “Search in the VLE” tab lets you create a link to other content in ONE
    •  The “Website address” tab lets you redirect the user to an external resource

    First tab: Creating a link to content in ONE

    From the drop-down menu, select the application you want to link to (1).

    In the search bar, enter the title of the content (2) to bring it up, then select it (3). Click on the “Create a link” button (4).

    The link to the new content is now active!

    Second tab: Creating a link to an external website

    The second link lets you create a link to an external website. To do this, click on the “Website address” tab (1):

    •  Enter the website address (2) in the provided field
    •  If you want, select the “Open link in a new tab” option (3)
    •  Click on the “Create a link” button (4)

    My Image Editor

    Whether you want to resize, rotate, crop, blur, or change the resolution of your images, you can apply any edit you need straight from ONE using the “Image Editing” feature.

    Accessing image editing

    When importing an image

    When you import images, you can edit each one before completing the import process.

    From your Filespace

    To import an image from your Filespace:

    1. Click on the “Import” button
    2. Click on the “Browse” button to select one or several images from your computer

    From other ONE applications

    You can also import an image when you create content in a ONE app (a Blog post, Multimedia Notebook page, etc.).

    1. Click on the image icon in the text editor or toolbar.
    2. Open the “Download a document” tab.
    3. Click on the “Browse” button to select one or several images from your computer.

    Image import window

    Both methods will open the import pop-up window.

    1. In the list that appears, click on an image to access the image editing module
    2. Click on the “Edit” button to edit your image.
    3. Once you have saved your edits, click on “Return to list” to apply edits to other images.
    4. Once you’ve finished editing all the photos in your list, click on “Import.”

    After importing an image

    You can also edit an image you’ve already imported to ONE.

    From your Filespace

    To access your Filespace, open the “My Apps” view and click on the “Filespace” icon.

    To edit an image in your Filespace, select the image and click on the “Edit” button.

    From other ONE applications

    Even after an image has been added to your content, you can always edit it. To do so, select the image and click on the “Edit” button.

    Image editing window

    With either method, you’ll open the image editing window. Once you’ve finished editing, click on “Save.”

    Edit an image

    The image editing module lets you rotate, crop, blur, and resize photos.


    Click on the “Rotate” tab. Clicking the “Rotate” button will turn the image clockwise.


    Click on the “Crop” tab. Move the dotted edges of the frame and click on the “Apply” button to reframe your image.


    Click on the “Blur” tab. Click and hold over the area you want to “blur,” then click on the “Apply” button.


    Click on the “Resize” tab. Move the corners of the image towards the center to reduce the size of your photo or outwards to enlarge it. You can also change the measurements to the right of the photo. Click “Apply” to confirm.

    Change image resolution

    When you import an image, you can reduce its resolution to make sure it doesn’t take up too much storage space and to ensure it will download quickly whenever someone looks at your content.

    In the list of imported files, click on an image, then move the cursor to reduce its resolution.

    Edit image information

    In the image editing module, click on the “Properties” tab. You can edit:

    • The file name
    • The alternative text (which appears when an image cannot be displayed)
    • The legend (which appears below an image)

    Once you’ve finished editing your image, click on “Save.”

    Using the Voice Recorder

    You can use the Voice Recorder on ONE to create a soundtrack with the microphone on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. You can then save your soundtrack to your Filespace, or embed it directly in your content on the VLE.

    Opening the Voice Recorder module

    From the “What’s new?” page

    The Voice Recorder module is located to the left of the home screen.

    If you don’t see it, you’ll need to activate the widget first. To do so, open the personalized settings window by clicking on the icon above and to the right of the Newsfeed (1).

    The personalized settings window will open. This window has two sections:

    • “My Themes” lets you pick your screen background
    • “My Widgets” lets you choose which widgets you want to include on your Newsfeed

    Make sure the Voice Recorder icon is colored in. If it is not, click on the icon to display the widget (2).

    The Voice Recorder module will appear in the upper left-hand part of the homepage. You can now use it (3).

    From applications via the text editor

    You can create a sound using the ONE Voice Recorder, which is accessible directly from the Blog, Homework Network, Multimedia Notebook, and Mailbox. When creating new content with the text editor, click on the “Add an audio file” icon. This will open the Voice Recorder module.

    Step 2: Record your soundtrack

    Once you’ve opened the Voice Recorder module, you can start recording by clicking on the orange button. You can stop recording, listen back, cancel, or save your file to your Filespace.

    Stop recording

    You then have the possibility of

    • resuming the recording (1),
    • play sound (2)
    • redo it (3),
    • personalizing the name of the recording (4)
    • saving in the documentary space (5)

    Step 3: Using your soundtrack in ONE applications

    Recordings made using the Voice Recorder widget on the “What’s New?” page

    Open the “Filespace” application (1), then click on the “My Documents” section (2). Your recording will be saved under “Recording month/day/year” (3). When you select the vignette, you will see a range of actions you can take. For example, you can rename the soundtrack or share it with your students.

    Recordings made in an application using the text editor

    If you save a soundtrack from a ONE application (Blog, Multimedia Notebook, Homework Notebook, etc.), the MP3 file will be saved under the “Documents added in apps” folder (1) in your Filespace. All you have to do is select the sound vignette (2) and click the “Add” button (3) to embed it in your content. You can now listen to and use the audio recording however you want!

    Sharing content

    When you create content on ONE, you have to share it if you want it to be visible to other members in your community. If you do not share it, you will be the only person who can see your content. Sharing is a key part of how ONE operates.

    The share window

    The share window is included in most applications. This window lets you share content that you have created or have admin rights over.

    To share content, click on the “Share” button, which can typically be found in the menu at the bottom of your screen. Select the content you want to share (1), then click on “Share” (2).

    Once you open the share window, you can search for users. Type in the first few letters of the person or group that you are looking for (1). Select the user(s) you want from the list (2). If the user or group does not appear, click on “View next” to see a list of suggestions (3).

    Creating a share favorite

    You can save a list of users or groups as your share favorites. Once you have selected your recipients, click on “Save as share favorite” (1).

    Title your share favorite list (1), then click “OK” (2).

    This share favorite will then be included in your search bar under the name you just saved. This lets you easily share content with a group of regular recipients. After you select a share favorite, you can still see the list of members in the group right in the share window. Click on the small checkmark next to the name of your share favorite (3). Read the names of the people or groups included in your list (4).

    To make sure you’re actually sharing content, don’t forget to click on the “Share” button (5).

    Where can I get help?

    Do you have a problem or a question? We’ve thought of everything!


    The Toolbox tab on the ONE website includes all of our guides and video tutorials, in-person or remote training offers, and a complete FAQ section.

    Browse this help section based on where you are in the ONE on-boarding process:

    • Getting started and understanding the main principles of ONE
    • Launching the VLE (platform administration)
    • Learning about each application
    • Including your entire school
    • Driving innovative usages

    Assistance application

    The Assistance app lets you send a question to your school’s administrators and helps ensure a quick and smooth communication process. To open it, visit the My Apps page (1) and click on the “Assistance” icon (2).

    Liste demandes

    More help:

     Submit a request

    You can submit a request by first clicking on the “New request” (1) button on the service’s main page.

    The page for submitting a new request includes:

    • Section (1) lets you select the application you are requesting help with from a drop-down menu.
    • Section (2) lets you title your request.
    • Section (3) lets you explain your question.
    • The “Add an attachment” button (4) lets you add a screenshot or document to further explain your question.
    • Your text will be saved when you click on the “Save” (5) button.

    When you submit a new request, the school’s administrator will receive a notification in their Newsfeed.

    Send a request to the support team

    Some schools can refer help requests to a VLE user support service. The VLE team receives all requests submitted by users and can choose to either respond or transmit the request to the support service. To do so, the VLE team must click on the “Forward request to support service” text link .

    The VLE team and the users submitting the request will be notified in their Newsfeeds when the support service responds. The VLE team and the user who submitted the request can view the full conversation.

    ONE Pocket, the mobile app

    All of ONE’s main features, right at your fingertips!

    ONE, the leading educational social network for elementary schools, is now available as a mobile app. ONE Pocket is a lighter version of your virtual learning environment that can be accessed directly from your smartphone or tablet and is designed to make communication between school and home even easier!

    • Access your Newsfeed so you can stay up to date with your Blog, School Journal, and News apps.
    • Don’t miss out on any messages!
    • Easily keep up to date with your lessons and homework.
    • Receive real-time notifications on your smartphone about the latest publications on your network.
    • And a lot more!

    Subscribe to ONE Premium and start using ONE Pocket!

    Accessing ONE Pocket

    Step 1: Download the application from the App Store or Google play.

    Step 2: Select the name of your educational network (ONE, Iguane, Province Sud, etc.).

    Step 3: Enter your ONE username and password to access all the essential services you need to communicate from your smartphone.

    For more information, read through our introductory materials. Use our handout sheet to quickly get parents up to speed.

    Subscribe to ONE Premium and start using ONE Pocket!


    Taking your pupils on a school trip? How would you like to post photos and a travel diary online in real time? Establishing an organic vegetable garden at school? Wondering how to communicate about the project? Set up a blog!

    This tool makes it easy to post information and include different types of content: text, images, audio, video, external links, etc.

    It is your choice how posts are published on your blog; you can moderate posts submitted by your pupils before publishing them, and work together to keep the blog up to date.

    Class settings

    Teachers can manage the settings for their class independently through the “Class settings” app. You can create new pupil and parent accounts, export usernames and activation codes, reset passwords for users within the class, enable new services for the class, change the name of the class, etc.


    The directory lets you look up ONE contacts, just like in the phone book. Searches include all contacts registered in the VLE to whom the user has access permissions.

    To search, simply type the first few letters of the first or last name.

    Thanks to the colour code, the different user profiles are immediately obvious: teachers in green, pupils in orange, parents in blue, etc. By clicking on a user, you can access their personal information (photos, parent or guardian’s contact details, mood, motto, interests, etc.) and interact with them in a few clicks (send them a message, for example).


    With ONE’s filespace you can store and share your documents online. This way you have easy access to the files you need, anytime: between classes at school, during your lunch break in the staff room or while helping your children study at home.

    The filespace also shows you how much storage space you have left on ONE. The gauge display lets you keep an eye on the space available.

    Homework notebook

    Would you like to plan and organise your pupils’ tasks by day of the week? Try the homework notebook!

    This tool makes posting homework easy. In the ONE homework notebook, pupils can see the tasks they have been set day by day and also see a summary for the week (week view).

    The homework notebook can be shared with one user or a group of users, as the teacher prefers.


    The ONE mailbox lets you send emails to the other users from your school according to predefined communication rules.

    When you write a message, recipients can be added individually or by group: year 5 pupils, school staff, Mr. Smith, etc.

    When you receive a new message, you are notified right away on the “What’s new” page.

    Getting information out to all teachers at once or making an appointment with a parent couldn’t be simpler!

    Multimedia notebook

    Would you like to create a class journal, a science exercise book, an art notebook or a logbook? Think multimedia notebook!

    This application lets you create online notebooks with multimedia content (audio, images, text, video, etc.). As with the other ONE apps, notebooks can be shared with other users in the class or school.

    Notebooks can be used to summarise and present class work, to communicate with parents or to get pupils producing content.


    Would you like to find out how much your class or school is using ONE? The Statistics app (by default, only accessible to teachers) lets you track a set of indicators such as the number of visitors since 1 September or the distribution of visits over the day.

    The Statistics app provides seven indicators calculated for a given period (either for the past month or since 1 September).

    Please note: this app is not available in the Class version.