Chromebook Support

Description

Question and technical support for Chromebooks

iOS, Android, Chromebook, Mac OSX, and Windows Compatibility

Submitted by PocketLab on Mon, 10/09/2017 - 17:10

There are three types of PocketLabs that work across different platforms. PocketLab Voyager, PocketLab Weather, and PocketLab One (our original PocketLab). We are working very hard on app updates to make compatibility and functionality as uniform as possible across all platforms.

Here is the status of our two apps, each platform:

iOS (iPhones and iPads) 

Chromebook Support Video: Getting Started with the PocketLab Web App (Full Video)

Submitted by PocketLab on Thu, 09/07/2017 - 20:10

The PocketLab Web App is available on Chromebook and Mac OSX (click here for instructions on how to see if your Mac is compatible). Use the web app if you want to connect to PocketLab Voyager, PocketLab Weather or PocketLab One on these devices. You can also connect to the web app on an Android tablet or phone using Android 5.0 or later. Android also has a native app that you can download from the Google Play Store. 

Chromebook Support Video: Recording, reviewing, and exporting data with the PocketLab web app

Submitted by PocketLab on Fri, 09/08/2017 - 16:56

Click the "Record" button at the bottom of the screen to begin a data recording. Click the "Stop" button at the bottom of the screen to stop a recording and enter review mode. Click the "Share" icon in the lower right corner to export data as a .csv file. See the video below for more details. 

 

 

Chromebook Support Video: Audio feedback of PocketLab data and displaying data numerically

Submitted by PocketLab on Thu, 09/07/2017 - 23:26

Click the speaker icon in the upper right corner to hear an audio tone of the data. Click the "1, 2, 3" icon to the right of the graph to display a numerical representation of the data. See the video for more details. 

Using Pocket Labs

Submitted by RMS Science Guy on Wed, 06/28/2017 - 23:54
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I just received a small classroom set of 5 pocket labs.  I am working with Toshiba Chromebooks with my students.  I am just having difficulties getting them to connect to my chromebooks and to the students.  I guess I just have some questions.

1. Can you rename the sensors so that students can see which sensor they are tracking?