Introducing two new features for courses: 1. Drip — Now you can drip course content to your members over time. When adding/editing a module, turn drip on, and enter the number of days you want to module to drip after. 2. Course permissions — Now you can give some of your members access to course A, but not course B. When adding/editing a course, set permissions to "All members have access" (default), or "Only some members have access". To give specific members access, find the member from the member's list, click the "..." menu, click "Manage access", and select the course from there. These were two of the most requested features we've had, so I hope you guys like them! Check it out and let us know what you think. Enjoy!
I'm on a 2020 MacBook air. External mic: Shure MV7 and External Camera: Logitech C920. Loom hasn't been able to help me fix the audio lag using this set up (*other than to say my camera is known to cause issues with Loom). Thought I'd check in with the community here as my setup are all fairly common tools. Wondering if anyone else has experienced same and how they may have fixed it?
Classroom is a lightweight content portal for online courses. Create modules, embed videos, add resources, transcripts, and track student progress. Classroom integrates with your Skool community, so your students will have 1-login, 1-profile, and 1-search — for everything. Totally free. Watch the video below to see how it works. Enjoy!
First, congratulations @Sam Ovens and team for bringing this great platform to market. It’s excellent and fills a much needed gap. I’m looking forward to using it when it’s available. Second, I would like to suggest a UX improvement (esp on mobile). Here’s the use case: When a module is completed, you have to click the back button and scroll down to the next lesson from the table of contents (which can be a long scroll if all the accordions are open and you’re deep into the course). If you don’t click the “complete lesson” button that goes green, you might forget which is your next lesson and wind up hitting the back button to remember. Both add up to wasted clicks and time. I would suggest that when you click the lesson completed button and it goes green, that it instantly presents a link below or beside it to go to the next lesson In the set. Thinkific does this and so does Kajabi with what they call a ‘smart button’. It’s a great user experience. Since you’ve gone to the trouble to offer a completion button, it would be great if it added logical value to the user and removed friction in consuming course content with 1-click access to the next module.
Rather than have to create multiple Skools for different front-end/ back-end offers, is it possible to restrict sets at the user level? If not, I would like to suggest putting this on the product roadmap please. Thank you!
Does anyone welcome their new members as you add them to your Skool? I was thinking this might be a good way to foster engagement and facilitate conversations between new members as you add people to your program. Anybody doing this?