How to Name/Rename a Class In Google Classroom

If you have already named a Google Classroom class name and want to rename it, it’s okay. You can name it again by following this quick and easy tutorial on renaming classes in Google Classroom. rename-a-class-in-google-classroom-01

How to Name/Rename a Class In Google Classroom

  • Step 1: Sign In With Your Account


    Log in to your account to access your Google Classroom classes. For those who are using G Suite accounts, make sure that your account is authorized to access classes, otherwise, ask the administrator for login details. If you do not have an account yet, you can create a new account and have it verified.

  • Step 2: Naming a New Class


    When you create a new class, a menu box will appear asking you to enter some details including the class name, section, subject, and room. After you type the information needed, click Create and you will be redirected to the dashboard of your room.

  • Step 3: Renaming an Existing Classroom


    To rename an existing or old classroom, locate the Class Settings menu and click it. Just like naming a new class, you need to enter the new name of the class in the class name box provided for you and then click Save.

  • Step 4: Use the Three-Dotted Menu


    If you want to change the name of your class quickly, you can use this option instead. Go to your class roster and pick the class card which you want to rename. On the right side of that class card, click on the three dots and choose Edit. Enter the new name of the class and click Save.

Why cannot I rename a class?

For teachers who cannot rename a class, you might have been restricted by an administrator or there were problems on your side, either the Internet or your app (if you are using mobile gadgets).

Can a student rename a class?

With the current function of Google Classroom, only primary teachers have the privilege to rename a class.

I cannot rename a copied class. What should I do?

If you cannot rename a copied class, there might be some technical issues on the tool’s side. Most of the time, however, it has to do with your mobile app or Internet, as they may affect the performance of the tool. You can also check on your administrator’s side if there were restrictions placed.