Dan Noble commented, July 04, 2022 18:19
Awesome to hear, and welcome to the community!
Dan Noble commented, June 30, 2022 20:59
Hi Hana Azzaro,
Just to confirm, have you enabled port forwarding on your home router?
Dan Noble commented, June 29, 2022 17:28
Hi Keahi Caffo,
You can apply to purchase licensing for Education Edition at this link.
If you're not a member of an organization or a teacher yet, you can always use Java or Bedrock edition in t...
Dan Noble commented, June 23, 2022 00:34
Hi Robert Bartlett,
Sorry for the delay in the response, just came across your post.
To answer your question, it's not supported, but it's quite possible. I've been making my own custom NPCs for a...
Dan Noble commented, June 21, 2022 16:01
Make sure you are exporting your Minecraft Education Worlds after each build session to a cloud storage space (like Google Drive or OneDrive) so that you have a progressive backup of your builds! T...
Dan Noble commented, June 21, 2022 15:52
Alternatively to behaviour packs, you could also use the Amulet tool: https://www.amuletmc.com/
Nathan Richards has a video on his YouTube channel on how to create resource packs for the purpose o...
Dan Noble commented, June 21, 2022 15:50
Hi Kshitiz Saxena,
1. Are you both at the same school (you need to have the same @domianname to join each others worlds).
2. Have you enabled port forwarding on your home router ...
Dan Noble commented, June 21, 2022 15:47
Hi Neri Bar-On,
Usually if it's just the one student here or there, in general, the following may help:
1. Make sure the device operating system is up to date.
2. Make sure they are using the mo...
Dan Noble commented, June 21, 2022 15:44
Hi Kim Greig,
That's correct, you need to have the device on, Minecraft running, and the world hosted for hosting students to work... some teachers will set this up on a device that they can run co...
Dan Noble commented, June 18, 2022 00:38
Hi Robert Nowak,
Sorry to hear you're having issues.
As the iPad is a school device, the best thing you can do is submit it to your school's IT people and have them fix it for you.