Padlet (formerly known as Wallwisher) is a cool web app that facilitates you to post whatever you want on a ‘wall’. Think of it as an online multimedia scrapbook on steroids. Choose a topic, create a wall and post text, images, videos or documents. Padlet walls are free-form, meaning, you can post content on any part of the page. It’s that easy and free to boot.
By default, on creating a Padlet wall, you get a unique URL to share your page with others on social sites for example. There’s a built-in share-via-email option too. You can choose to keep the wall private between yourself and those who get your link. The URL can also be hidden from search engines and Padlet’s public spaces. In addition, you can password protect your page as well. If you want to go public with your page, that’s supported too. You can also set access rights for other users of your wall with different combinations of view, edit, moderate and administration settings.
You could use Padlet for a number of things like: