Copy and paste the URL of a public or unlisted Wakelet collection to display it as a pinned tab in Teams - you don’t even need to have a Wakelet account to share a content-rich collection of content from across the web in just one link. With Wakelet, you can have everything in one place. Bookmark the content that matters to you, organize it however you like, add your own images and notes to give context, and create stunning collections to share with the world. You can save anything with a link to your Wakelet collections, including articles, YouTube videos, blogs, tweets, Spotify songs, and documents from your Google Drive. Upload images and PDFs, add text, and organize your content so that it tells a story and is elevated beyond a simple list of links. It’s quick and easy to use - you can save content in just two clicks – and collections have a visually-engaging, clean design. Millions of people around the world are using Wakelet in a variety of different ways. In the classroom, teachers are using the platform to create lesson plans, compile resources for personal development, and curate newsletters that can then be easily shared with their colleagues, professional network and school community. Students can use Wakelet to create digital portfolios, store research, tell digital stories, and collaborate on group projects (which they can do without signing up for a Wakelet account!) Pin a collection as a tab for your class and your students can use it as a starting point for class discussions, to support their own research or as a homework resource bank. Similarly, several organizations are using Wakelet to showcase the work they are doing, compile press cuttings, display case studies, capture event highlights and archive Twitter chats. The possibilities are endless! With Wakelet, you can organize the web in a way that makes sense to you, have all of your favorite links at your fingertips, and share interactive, multimedia resources with the rest of your team in a single link.