Friends

This page will explain friends on Sumdog.

Select which option you would like to find out more about:

What is a Sumdog friend?

If you like, you can add friends on Sumdog. Having somebody as a friend allows you to view their avatar, school and coin total.

Note: Remember, only add people you know as friends. You should also not give out your unique friend ID to people you do not know.

How to add a friend

Student dashboard with arrow pointing to the profile icon

Step 1

Click the button with your name.

 

 

Student profile page with arrow pointing to the friends button

Step 2

Click the Friends button.

 

 

Step 3

Type in the friend code of the person you want to add as a friend, and click the green button.

The person you want to add as a friend can find their friend code by following Steps 1 and 2.

 

 

Note: Make sure you only accept friend requests from people you know. It is also important that you do not give out your friend ID to people you do not know.

Step 4

Before you can become friends, the other person must approve the friend request. To approve a friend request someone else has sent you, ensure you have the Requests tab selected. Anyone who has requested to add you as a friend will appear in this tab.

 

 

Step 5

Click on the name of the person who sent the friend request, and click Yes to approve them.

 

 

Step 6

You are now friends! Click on the Friends tab and then on your friend’s name to view their avatar, ranking and coins.

 

 

How to remove a friend

If you notice a friend on your list who you did not add, or if you would like to remove some friends from your list you will be able to remove them by following the steps below.

Step 1

Go to the Friends page. You can do this by following Steps 1 and 2 of ‘How to add a friend’ on this page.

Step 2

Click on the name of the friend you want to remove.

Step 3

Click ‘remove friend’.

Step 4

A window will pop up to ask if you’re sure. Click ‘yes’ to remove the friend.

Need help?

Contact our support team at support@sumdog.com

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