What's New on Antimatter: Space Timers 🕐

Esra Flora

Esra Flora

Community Manager at Antimatter
Los Angeles

In the (if-we're-being-honest)-not-terribly-immortal words of Semisonic's Closing Time:

So, gather up your jackets, move it to the exits
I hope you have found a friend
Closing time, every new beginning
Comes from some other beginning's end, yeah

Today, we're introducing Space Timers on Antimatter.

Space Timers enable you to set when Antimatter Spaces end. Ending a space brings some finality to your classroom's experience, enabling you and your students to celebrate the memes that made it to the center (or, as we call it, the Blessed Area).

When you open a space, it will be set to close in 1 day. Of course, if you need more or less time, you can always extend or reduce it.

Extending the time for your space

Sharing your students' memes

When the timer runs out, you'll have the opportunity to share your students work.

This is how you share your classroom's work

As we wrote in Help your students teach the world, your students' memes will be published to your studio's public URL (here's an example) which you can share with anyone! What's more, your memes will be published to our Discover page where future teachers can use your memes to teach their students, or other students can use to learn themselves.

Importantly, shared memes are only associated with the studio, not you or your students.

What happens to my existing space?

We've set your existing spaces to run out of time in 3 days (Friday, Dec 2). If you need more time, go ahead and extend. Otherwise, you'll get an email from us when your space's time is about to run out. When it does, we strongly encourage you to share your students' memes!

Have a question or need help? Email us at support@antimatter.systems