Licensing in Explain Everything is simple: create a Free account and a paid license can be applied to it later by choosing a plan or joining a Group. You can also select a paid plan or join a Group immediately. Here you can learn Explain Everything licensing works in detail.
You create an Explain Everything account as you register in one of the mobile apps or through the Explain Everything website. It gives you access to the whiteboard and personal cloud storage for projects and videos.
Usually an email address is necessary in order to create an account. In some cases it is not required, but assigning an email address will let you access your account from any device. This way you'll be also able to integrate Explain Everything with other applications.
Student accounts in Education plans can be set up so that students don't need to provide their email address to use Explain Everything. In this case, students access their account by using their predefined username and password.
An account can be free — with some limitations — or paid, with the price depending on the plan you choose. You can try out Explain Everything without an account for free, but you'll need one if you'd like to save or share your content.
Note: You can be signed in on up to 3 devices on your account. If you reach that number and sign in on another device, you’ll be signed out on the device you have recently been not using for the longest time.
An active license means your account has access to the features provided in your plan and was paid for by you or the owner of the Group.
Group plans come in with licenses that you can distribute further. The number of licenses depends on the plan you've chosen and on the number of people you'd like to be in your Group. Once a person joins your Group, they'll take up a license from its pool.
Once your or your Group's subscription ends, your license will expire and your account will revert to the Free plan. The same will happen if you're removed from a Group.
Tip: Not sure how many licenses to get? Check how many licenses you need.