The Playlist Bank is a resource that teachers can use to find pre-made playlists created by other CodeHS teachers and subscribe their sections in!

To get to the Playlist Bank, click on the Toolbox, and under Create, hit the Playlist Bank button.

Once at the Playlist Bank, you can search for Playlists by name, or filter by Programming language to find a playlist that fits what you are looking for. With over 2,000 unique playlists on the site, you are bound to find one!

Once you find a playlist that you like, you can click the subscribe my sections button to choose which sections you’d like to enroll in that particular playlist.


It’s important to note that you aren’t able to alter any of the problems in the playlist if you aren’t the creator. If you like individual problems in a playlist, and want to use those for your own, you can search for the individual problem in the Problem Bank. This article explains more about how to use the Problem Bank:

To publish your playlist to the playlist bank, go to My Playlists under the Create section in the Toolbox, and click Edit for the playlist that you would like to publish.

From there, click the Visibility button to Released. This will allow students and other users to see the playlist, and access the activities! You can always alter the visibility to Hidden if you change your mind. 

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