How to generate JoinPD code

Pear Deck is a tool built for teachers and students. On this platform, teachers can create presentations and students can join and participate in presentations.

JoinPD code

To join a presentation as a student, you will need an invitation from your instructor. This invitation can be in the form of a link or a code. Once you receive this code, you must go to the subdomain and paste the code into the appropriate field before you can access the presentation.

As a teacher, after creating a presentation, you will need to distribute the presentation code to your students if you want them to join. But if you don’t know how to generate JoinPD code, you’ll learn how in a moment. Stay with me.

How to generate Joinpd code

To generate the Joinpd code, you first need to create a presentation, once created the code will appear automatically. You can share this code with your students or anyone who wants to participate in the presentation.

Below is a step-by-step guide to creating a code generation presentation.

  • Go to and log in with your account details. If you don’t have an account, you’ll need to create one.
  • After successfully logging in as a teacher, click Create Presentation.
  • Click on Applications in the top panel and from the drop-down menu select Get add-ons.
  • Type “Pear Deck” in the search bar and click the blue button labeled “+FREE”.
  • Click on Add-ons > Pear Deck > Open Pear Deck Add-on.
  • Create your presentation.
  • When you’re done with your presentation, click Present with Pear Deck.
  • You will be presented with a 5 digit code otherwise known as Joinpd code.
  • Share the code with your students and anyone you want to give access to join your presentation.

How to join a session using Joinpd code

As explained earlier, you can only join a presentation as a student if you have a code that will only be provided to you by your instructor.

Once you have the code, follow these simple steps:

  • Go to
  • Click on Join the session.
  • Enter your code.
  • Voila, you’re logged in.