Share your ideas!

Help shape the future of itslearning


Please share your ideas with the community, and contribute by voting and commenting on other ideas – the more votes the more influence! We consider all ideas when planning future work Please write in English. For support, please contact your school/organization. We cannot support answer these here.

  1. We will review all ideas and it can take some time before they appear.
  2. We may combine your ideas with similar ideas.
  3. Unclear or inappropriate suggestions are removed.

Privacy Policy

Ability to change student profile pictures and prevent them from changing it again

At the moment students can change their profile pictures to use inappropriate or offensive images and teachers cannot intervene. It would be useful if we could change/remove their profile picture and prevent further changes.

  • Guest
  • Jun 15 2016
  • Already exists
Country UK
Category Administration
  • Attach files
  • Guest commented
    14 Apr 08:09pm

    Worst idea ever, stuck with elementary school photo and is now in highschool. I have group projects where people see my photo which I never want to see the light of day. People are laughing and making fun of my photo and its very embarrassing and stressing me out. I shouldn't have to pay the price because because some people made a dumb decision.

  • Guest commented
    4 Mar 03:33pm

    kill yourself stupid swamp Muncher

  • Guest commented
    4 Mar 03:32pm

    fuck you


  • Guest commented
    7 Dec, 2021 04:57am

    This is the stupidest most dumbest thing I have ever seen.

  • Guest commented
    5 Nov, 2021 01:04am

    Worst Idea Ever. Why should others have to pay the consequences because of some dumb decisions some kids made. I am stuck with the same picture I took in elementary school. It's embarrassing and I feel as if we should be able to at least delete our photos if we can't change them to a new one.

  • Guest commented
    27 Jul, 2021 06:33am

    Students should be able to change their profile pic it is not fair how when the fight against races and women rights got their win but why cant u give children the right huh

  • Guest commented
    29 Mar, 2021 07:44pm

    it wont let my do it my buddys do it

  • Guest commented
    9 Mar, 2021 06:43pm

    WORST IDEA OF THE CENTURY

  • Guest commented
    12 Nov, 2020 01:08pm

    I mean, We should be able to change it. All my friends have.

  • Guest commented
    5 Nov, 2020 06:01pm

    How do you change it i hate

  • Guest commented
    26 Oct, 2020 02:24pm

    this sucks man

  • Guest commented
    26 Oct, 2020 02:23pm

    bruh no worst idea ever

  • Guest commented
    1 Oct, 2020 06:11pm

    How do you change your pic if you already have one

  • Guest commented
    30 Sep, 2020 07:13pm

    Very dissappointing of this corporation.

  • Guest commented
    31 Aug, 2020 05:18pm

    I disagree completely, we should be able to change our profile pic. We can change it if we want, i dont want to have the same bland profile pic as everyone else. If teachers can change theirs, why cant we change ours?

  • Guest commented
    27 Apr, 2020 11:30am

    no

  • Guest commented
    30 Mar, 2020 03:59pm

    As a student i think we should at least be able to remove it. I was in 6th grade when I put my profile picture to what it is, I am a freshman in highschool now and its embarrassing

  • Guest commented
    27 Mar, 2020 01:23pm

    I think we should be able to change our photos because I had a picture of me in elementary school and it was embarrassing because I thought it was cute at first but now I have to stick with that photo please give us the chance to change our photos.

  • Guest commented
    19 Mar, 2020 09:27pm

    I don't see how making a profile picture should be restricted, the inappropriate pictures on our laptops are restricted, so it doesn't hurt anything! I feel like we should be given the option to make our own choices.

  • Guest commented
    19 Mar, 2020 09:25pm

    I would like to be able to change my own profile picture.

  • Load older comments
  • +1