Merry Moodle 3.2 New Year! All MoodleCloud Sites Are Moodle 3.2 Sites

Merry Moodle 3.2 New Year! All MoodleCloud Sites Are Moodle 3.2 Sites

A recent post on has shared some exciting news that all customers and free user tiers of MoodleCloud now have access to Moodle 3.2, an upgrade focused on decluttering the user experience.

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When teachers and students log in to their MoodleCloud site, they will be greeted by “Boost”, the theme that comes with Moodle 3.2 out of the box. “Boost” is a departure, delightsome for many, from the block-based layout with which students all over the world have come to associate Moodle.

For existing MoodleCloud users, switching to “Boost” is as simple as navigating to the Theme selector on the Site Administration page. When activated for the first time, a user tour, one of the new default features of Moodle 3.2, will guide through the new elements and settings.

MoodleCloud offers scalable Moodle site hosting for individuals and organizations. Teachers can set up always-free courses of up to 50 students. Paid tiers for larger classrooms, higher file sizes and plugin compatibility start at AUS 250 annual fee.

See the full note and commentary by MoodleCloud Product Manager Chris Reid at

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  1. Moodle 3.2 was due from some time In the end it was worth the wait. I have hosted it on Cloudways managed cloud hosting and found it very fast and responsive.


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