Change Classroom Classes preferences on Mac
Use the Classes pane of Classroom preferences to see a list of your classes, add or remove classes, and change your name or picture. Classroom preferences only appears when you’re using a Mac managed by a school or institution.
To change these preferences on your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Classroom , then click Classes (if available).
Note: If your classes were installed by a mobile device management (MDM) system, you won’t be able to add or remove classes, or change your information.
View the list of classes you’ve added and the classes you’ve been invited to add.
Classes you’ve added already are listed under Classes.
Classes you’ve been invited to add are listed under New Class Invitations.
Add new classes to your class list. Select the class in the list on the left (below New Class Invitations), click Add Class, enter the code your teacher gave you, then click Add Class.
When you add a class, the teacher can access and control your Mac—for example, by opening apps, websites, and documents on it. To learn how to limit the teacher’s access to your Mac, see Change Classroom Permissions preferences.
Remove a class from your class list. Select the class in the list on the left, click Remove Class, then click Remove.
If you remove a class, you must add it again before you can continue participating in it.
If you remove all your classes, the Classroom settings are removed from your Mac and Classroom is no longer available in System Preferences.
View the name and picture of the teacher for the selected class.
Choose your name and picture used for class. Your teacher sees this name and picture on their Mac or iPad.
After you click the picture, you can:
Instead of clicking the picture, you can drag an image file from the Finder onto the picture.