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@Sid Sahasrabuddhe asked me about text formatting options and I just noticed that some of you just might need some more tipps of what's already possible to highlight text and make certain content more visible for your students. Besides Heading, bold and italic I don't need a lot of features. I love that Skool keep things simple, but for very long text content it might be very helpful. Anyways here some ideas: 1. bullet points are already possible: Press "*" and then "spacebar" 2. You can use emojis like number symbols or colored dots (@Ted Carr 🙏) 3. If you need more emojis, just press "control+command+spacebar" (Mac)

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Brenzen Zettl
Nick Guadagnoli
Chris Moore
Mareya Ali
New comment 1h ago
  • 0 likes • May 25

    @Brenzen Zettl - Just wondering how you knew they are “working on it”. I’ve seen a few cases where people thought that, but it ended up it was only “Noted” and not actually being worked on. Just wondering! :)

  • 2 likes • May 25

    @Nick Guadagnoli - Nice! Noted AND stay tuned! So clear now. ;) Thanks man. :)

This is a group on Skool, about Skool, by people who use Skool. Here's 4 ways to get started: 1. Check out our "Skool 101" course to learn about the product and common use-cases. 2. Use Skool and share your feedback by posting/commenting in the community. 3. Attend our monthly "Skool office hours" livestreams for product updates and Q&A. 4. Want to create your own group on Skool? Click here to do that. Watch the video below for a quick overview of the product. Enjoy 🎉

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Simon Paquin
James Horan
Trent Grzegorczyk
Jean Pierre Francois
Jilson K j
New comment 1d ago
  • 1 like • Feb 9

    @Samuel Stone - If they are members of other Skool groups they will see all groups they're a member of in the dropdown at the top (just like Circle.so (although Circle gives you the ability to turn that OFF)). As for a branded URL, it's not possible at the moment. @Sid Sahasrabuddhe - Are branded URLs something that's been confirmed on the roadmap?

  • 2 likes • Feb 18

    @Marco Ferrari 1.) Skool doesn’t provide video hosting. You have to use Vimeo, Wistia, YouTube, or Loom. 2.) You can use Zapier and the Skool webhook to grant access.

  • 5 likes • 27d

    Not at the moment, but they are planning on it and it's on their roadmap. For now, you just bring up the site in your normal phone browser. It's perfectly mobile responsive. Also, you can create a shortcut to save an icon to your home screen (on the iPhone at least, and I'm sure you can do something similar on Android).

Would love to white-label Skool

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Shaneil Stewart
Taylor Floyd
Paul Kliks
Ted Carr
New comment 30d ago
  • 0 likes • Feb 10

    @Harman Singh - Circle.so has switching and the ability to have a custom domain, and the domains switch. You can opt into being a part of the network or opt out. They allow you to choose. Works great.

A couple of my skool members say that they would like the ability to save posts as "read later", or to mark them as new.

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Chris Moore
Paul Kliks
New comment May 25
  • 2 likes • May 25

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe - Would be nice if there was an internal bookmarking system (beyond the "Watch" feature, which could inundate you with notifications, whereas Bookmarking would just be a repository that you could decide when to process/visit on your own time, without notifications).

It would be great if you could "unlock" certain courses after the completion of others. So, if someone completes Course A, they unlock Course B. And so on. The "drip" feature is great, but you have to wait for the drip to kick in. Some people move faster than others, so it would be amazing if they could unlock a given course based on completion of another.

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Chris Moore
New comment May 24
  • 0 likes • May 24

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe - Yeah, that's appreciated, but it falls into the manual labor and admin chores problem. We want to spend more time helping and nurturing students and growing our communities, not doing admin work (like adding, removing people (based on payment status), unlocking courses for individual people, etc.), when the system could/should do that for us. Hopefully you'll consider it! :)

Hey team! Are Course Collections / Categories on the roadmap (as a feature in the Classroom)? Having 6+ courses all listed on one screen is a bit unwieldily and overwhelming (especially when you have a lot more than 6). It would be great to have Course Collections as a feature in the Classroom so that you could "tuck away" sub-courses under one Category, like a Dashboard (which you could then click into to focus on that sub-set of courses).

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Chris Moore
New comment May 24
  • 0 likes • May 24

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe Okay… But how many of those doing that are concerned about and have looked into the actual usability issues, the overall user experience, and have considered the instructional design implications and have studied the effects of this kind of presentation? We want to make sure that student success is at the forefront of our minds and that we avoid student overwhelm and confusion. And having 10 courses shown on a flat structure, with no ability to categorize or guide students through the process just doesn’t sit well with us. For now, what we plan to do is design graphics and label things in a way to at least visually group things, and then really do our best to guide students to what they need to access and in what order. Can you at least order the courses in a fixed order, regardless of when the course was created or set up? We will have courses that are ready now, but future courses will need to be presented in the list before them or after them (later on), so we need the ability to force order on the presentation.

  • 0 likes • May 24

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe - Thanks for letting me know! We'll be signing up for the free trial very soon. For this project and business we've been going back and forth between Skool, Mighty Networks, and Circle. Hopefully you'll consider having Classroom sections/categories. :)

Is there a way to "deep link" to a specific timestamp of a video, but in a comment? I can't find a way to "get at" the timestamped link to share in a comment. And to be clear, this comment is NOT under that video lesson, it's in the wider Community. I'm trying to reference a specific moment in a video, but in the Community. Thanks!

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Chris Moore
New comment May 18
  • 0 likes • May 18

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe I'm blanking now... Wasn't there a way to reference lessons in comments or posts? I'm not finding how to do that now. So, the ideal workflow would be... Start typing the name of a lesson and then add the timestamp after that somehow. Not sure of the best way to do this second part from a UI/UX standpoint at the moment, but where there's a will, there's a way! The second-best-workflow would be to right-click the timestamp already in the lesson and then copy that into the comment that you're referencing it in (and it would link to that lesson + time marker). In any case, it would be great if both ways were possible. 🙌

  • 1 like • May 18

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe - Ah ha! It's the hashtag. Okay. I'm used to how ClickUp has a single @ for referencing people, a double @@ for Tasks, and a @@@ for Documents. All actions bring up a selectable context menu. Forgot that Skool does @ for people and # for lessons. Got it. So... Since you already have the # to bring up lessons, maybe once you have a lesson selected and referenced, maybe there could be a contextual hover menu to then select the timestamp (hh:mm:ss).

There's a lot to show, so I made this video explaining how it works. Enjoy!

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Paul Nowell
Andrea Rosa Capriles
Joe Wu
Jorge Veramendi Lema
Chris Moore
New comment May 18
  • 0 likes • May 18

    @Jorge Veramendi Lema - This video is almost 2 years old, that's probably why. It's from July 2020.

  • 0 likes • May 18

    @Jorge Veramendi Lema - And Sam talks about Notifications in this video here: https://www.skool.com/community/classroom/4bb15516?md=e3830dc60d9e4e98a76c8db5d9a4bdad

Loving the idea of SKOOL. Do you pay for every classroom? Or can you have multiple classrooms from one subscription?

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Dennis Kraus
Richard McCabe
Samuel J Snead
Chris Moore
Paul Kliks
New comment May 17
  • 1 like • Feb 12

    @Samuel J Snead - That's 100% exactly what we're doing... However, we also want to offer the 7 courses as one-offs as well. They are all self-contained courses with clear results and "wins" in each of them. They're perfect as "just-in-time" training for segments of our wider audience who are not (and wouldn't be) interested in our broader "membership" (the one that would be in Skool, with all 7 courses). Our proposed solution for now is to have the main Membership (7 courses) + Community + Q&As + Guest Webinars in Skool, and then all the "one-off" versions of those 7 courses would be sold separately in Kajabi. We'd ideally love for it ALL to be in Skool, but it's too inflexible and rigid at the moment. And we're not worried about the $99/mo or even $149/mo for Skool (if they were to add the features we need). That's not the issue. There's just no way to do what we want to do with one Skool Group. And having multiple Skool Groups wouldn't work either (as we'd need 7!). That would be massive overkill (and lead to confusion). It's better to have the one-off courses that are pulled out of the Membership simply be housed in Kajabi. The thing that sucks though is not having all the valuable comments and engagement in the main Skool Group, as they would all be over in Kajabi. Also, we'd have to maintain TWO versions of all 7 courses (one in Skool and one in Kajabi, for each one). Lame. Anyhow... We'll see. :)

  • 1 like • Feb 12

    @Samuel J Snead - Oh yeah, I’m very much looking forward to the near- and long-term future of Skool. I’m sure it will be even more brilliant than it is now. 🎯🙌

I have my training videos uploaded in a place where they use html... just wondering if that will be coming in the future? This is so awesome....and I appreciate being here :)

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Nick Guadagnoli
Sharon Stewart
Chris Moore
New comment May 16
  • 1 like • Mar 16

    @Nick Guadagnoli - We also need the ability to embed from other video services, like Bunny.net: https://bunny.net/stream/

Hey team! We just added some new gamification features. The idea is to surface and reward the people who add the most value by helping others. Here's how it works: • Points — whenever somebody likes your post/comment, you get 1-point. • Levels — your level will show as a blue dot with a number in it on your avatar and profile. As you get more points, you start to level up. • Leaderboards — the members who gained the most points in the last 7-days, 30-days, and all-time will show on the leaderboards tab here. • Gems — group admins can award "gems" to posts/comments that are of exceptional quality. Awarding a gem makes the post/comment stand out so others are more likely to see it and users can use the "Gems" filter to find admin curated highlights from the community. • Prizes — with these new features you can offer prizes to members that appear in the top 10 to reward top contributors and incentivize the right behavior. This isn't a "feature", but something we've noticed works well in other communities. We recommend offering prizes in your community! Let the games begin!

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Clark Kegley
Adam Harper
Bhargav Bhardwaj
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Lena Werner
New comment May 6
  • 0 likes • Jan 22

    Are the Gamification features all optional (when you run a Community)? Can you pick and choose between them as an Admin? Can you leave out the Leaderboard feature, for example?

  • 2 likes • Jan 22

    @Sam Ovens - Thank you for the reply. Would love if they were optional and/or customizable. Might not make sense for all communities and situations.

A few questions… 1.) Is it possible to have multiple Courses in the “Classroom”? (UPDATE: YES). 2.) If yes, is it possible to give Community access to members of Course 1, but not members of Course 2? (UPDATE: not currently) 3.) If not, are things of this nature on the 2022 roadmap? And most importantly: 4.) I would love to have the ability to tier access, whereby you could have ONE Skool Group, but allow some people access to ALL Courses in the Classroom, and others only some Courses. This would be akin to the concept of "Offers" in Kajabi parlance. An Offer in Kajabi can give access to 1 Course, or a mixture of Courses. It would be great if Skool had this sort of "permissions" logic.

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ross johnson
Josh Trent
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Chris Moore
John Mwesigwa
New comment Apr 27
  • 0 likes • Feb 9

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe - But that *is* the plan though, yes? As long as it's within 6-12 months, I think we might make the move to Skool! 🙌

  • 3 likes • Feb 10

    @Lendon Franklin - $99/mo from one customer is more than enough to run a highly profitable SaaS business. Not sure they "need" to have tons of people with multiple Skool subscriptions to be highly profitable. In fact, I would be more than happy to pay $129/mo (or more) for feature #4 in my post above, unless they're feeling generous and want to simply include it on the $99/mo plan. :) It was declared to be "free for life" in the beginning after all. Haha... But I totally get why it can't be. And I'm glad they pivoted on that. Point is... There are other ways to increase revenues, while still adding this feature.

A few questions... 1.) Last I heard, Skool has a webhook that allows you to *add* people to a Community. Is there also one to *remove* people? 2.) Also, any plans to have a Zapier app? If so, it would be great to have the following triggers/actions: Triggers: - New Member Added - Member Removed - Marked a Video as Complete (so you can trigger an automation in your email autoresponder or add a tag to them) Actions: - Add a Member to a Community - Remove a Member from a Community - Grant Access to a Course (in the Classroom) - Revoke Access to a Course (in the Classroom) - Send Direct Message (for onboarding or for encouragement, triggered by something else that happened) The "grant/revoke" access to a course assumes you can have more than one course in the Classroom (I haven't verified this yet, but have another post about it here). Thanks! 🙌

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Nick Guadagnoli
Aljaž Plankl
Ted Carr
Brandon Simmons
New comment Apr 25

Is it currently possible to restrict access to courses only to specific members or groups of members? Or would that require having a second skool?

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Nick Guadagnoli
Nils Koppelmann
Elijah Best
Dennis Kroon
David Reis
New comment Apr 25
  • 0 likes • Feb 12

    I also posted about this here: https://www.skool.com/community/multiple-courses-and-access-levels

are we able to change the link in the calendar section after a zoom video was live to a link of the recording? so if people missed it they can click the date on the calendar and see that call/video? rather than having to find the replay in the feed?

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Sam Ovens
Den Lennie
Chris Moore
Michael Brynkus
New comment Apr 7
  • 2 likes • Feb 17

    @Den Lennie - Only problem is everything in the Classroom counts towards overall course progress tracking metrics. I’ve made a feature request to have the ability to turn this on/off per course. I posted about it here: https://www.skool.com/community/why-arent-uplevel-qa-recordings-shared-in-the-classroom

We're currently using Circle.so as our membership community and Kajabi for hosting replays. It's clunky, I don't like it! Kajabi is great for simple email, page creation and courses. However, it really does suck with page speed, community aspect and calendar integration. We're gonna get rid of Circle.so (not Kajabi yet, because our website and landing pages are there) These are the 2 features we must have to use Skool: 1. Video hosting for our members (our members are mothers who aren't tech-savvy and would be a nightmare for them to upload sensitive videos onto youtube and paste the link on Skool) 2. Our membership is a recurring model and I'd like to automate the removing members! (If we could integrate with a Google sheet with their emails, my VA could also help remove members). Thanks so much. Skool is a lot faster and cleaner than Circle. Maybe I could even get rid of Kajabi one day!

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Ted Carr
Ming Fung
Samuel J Snead
Michael Brynkus
David Reis
New comment Apr 7
  • 2 likes • Feb 9

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe - Yeah man... Kajabi, Podia, and Thinkific all have deals with Wistia. Nothing extra for the end-user (they've factored it into their business model). Having this feature would radically simplify the process for everyone (so they don't have to go through the hassle of uploading all course content to Vimeo/Wistia, and then copy/pasting links, and keeping track of everything in an external location). Of course, you could put some "limits" in place (for people who have a ton of courses and Q&A calls, etc.), requiring them to upgrade to $129 - $199/mo, for example, to get even more video hosting in those use cases.

Hi team! We just deployed several new features! 🔥 (see screenshots attached for directions) 1. Action Items - We've provided a specific place to list action items within your course modules. This should help your students learn by taking actions specific to your course materials! 2. Video timestamps - Now you can add timestamp links to your classroom module descriptions, which will jump to a desired place in your video. This works with YouTube, Vimeo, and Wistia, and is ideal for navigating longer videos. 3. Emojis - We've added an emoji picker for posts, comments, and replies on desktop. Just a simple way to make communicating more fun! Thanks again for all the feedback and suggestions in this skool. We're always glad to hear from you! Cheers, Nick G

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Simon Paquin
Shanaka Jayakody
Chris Moore
Akash Gupta
Ted Carr
New comment Apr 1
  • 0 likes • Feb 10

    @Nick Guadagnoli - Just curious if it’s technically impossible, or just not something being worked on. I don’t need it, just curious. 👍

  • 1 like • Feb 10

    @Nick Guadagnoli - Yeah, for course content, the most popular 3 are definitely going to be YouTube, Vimeo, and Wistia, and you got those covered. 🙌 Nice to complete the feature set with Loom though, at some point.

Is this feature available? I rely on scheduling posts inside my fb group. Would LOVE to see that here.

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Ted Carr
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Chris Moore
Brenzen Zettl
New comment Mar 17
  • 1 like • Mar 16

    I would LOVE to have this feature! They're clamoring for it at www.Circle.so too. They just released a feature for "drafts" for now.

  • 2 likes • Mar 17

    This ^^ And scheduling would be next-level and even better!

Is there a possibility to give access for a course only to selected members?

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Dennis Kraus
Joachim H
Danny Mallinder
Chris Moore
Ryan Alexander
New comment Mar 17
  • 2 likes • Mar 16

    I posted about this as well... https://www.skool.com/community/multiple-courses-and-access-levels

I'm trying to sort out the pros and cons to uploading classroom videos using YouTube unlisted versus Vimeo. I could care less about price - looking for some input on which platform to host the videos on. Thoughts? Experiences?

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Dennis Kraus
Stefan Karalic
Bandick Juers
Ted Carr
Hervin Alvarez
New comment Mar 12
  • 0 likes • Feb 10

    @Ralf Linderstam - Does this implementation work in Skool? @Sid Sahasrabuddhe

Has anyone used Skool for online fitness masterminds? I'm currently using Clickfunnels to host my course material and then Workplace by Meta for the community aspect. Love to hear your thoughts/experiences

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Chris Moore
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Abhi Amalsadia
Rich Wellington
Tristram Samoa
New comment Mar 3
  • 3 likes • Feb 10

    No reason you couldn't. There's a "Community" for discussion and interaction, a "Classroom" (for courses and Q&A call recordings, etc.), and tons of other features.

[Feedback] Just switched to Skool after previously using Discord + MightyNetworks, and a variety of other communities. Had communities with thousands of members on Facebook too. Love a lot of things about Skool. Just a few minor things in terms of feedback: 1. Making adding events to calendars quicker. A simple "add event" next to the settings icon on the calendar would be huge. Same goes for courses - should be a "settings" or "Edit" tab next to each video in the classroom category if you're the host. Having to go classroom > settings > edit set is just an extra unnecessary step. Again it's minor. Just my two cents. 2. On longer posts, having a "click to see more" option would be cool. You can't really tell if the post is longer without clicking, It's a minor thing, but just improves UX bit. 3. Being able to tag @everyone in a community would be a neat feature. 4. Being able to assign incentives to leaderboards & points (I.E I want to giveaway a 1-on-1 call to someone who's at the top of the leaderboard after 30-days). 5. Improved onboarding for members of your community. Would be cool if you could switch on a mandatory onboarding feature when someone joins - "watch X amount of videos to get access to community." Most wouldn't use this (I would). Have a bunch of other minor feedback etc...but just thought I'd drop these. Anyways, I really like this platform. Keep it going!

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Ted Carr
Akash Gupta
Michael Kittinger
Ryan Booth
Nick Guadagnoli
New comment Feb 23
  • 0 likes • Feb 22

    @Ted Carr - #3 is like @channel in Slack and other such apps.

Would anyone else like to have every required tool to run a course business inside of skool like: I think skool should have these. Let me know what you think.

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Chris Moore
Ryan Alexander
Ritish Nanchahal
Brian Moncada
Danilo Djordjevic
New comment Feb 22
  • 9 likes • Feb 10

    Personally, I want Skool to be good at Skooling. We can use Webflow, Kajabi, ClickFunnels, or WordPress for pages and funnels; ConvertKit or ActiveCampaign for email automations and sequences; and ThriveCart (or even Stripe itself) for billing, etc. (Note: We use Kajabi for ALL of the above, I was just sharing a few options). What I would like to see though are enhancements and more features added to what they've already developed, like tiered Classroom/Community access, a custom domain URL, and a very robust, well-thought-out, and feature-rich Zapier app (which would connect all the tools we need to do the other things we want to do). All the tools out there that are trying to be "all the things" do so very poorly. It works for some, no doubt (I personally LOVE Kajabi!), but they can't be everything to everyone. In fact, one of the biggest complaints in the Kajabi Facebook Group is about Kajabi's "Community" product. It's very bad and hasn't been updated in years. That's exactly what would happen to Skool if they tried to build out all the things in this poll.

  • 5 likes • Feb 10

    @Ryan Alexander - At the moment we use Kajabi + Circle + Zoom + Zapier for everything we need. We're evaluating and considering Skool for our flagship/core program (which includes a Community). What's holding us back is that we really need to have tiered Community/Course access in the same Skool Group. For example, we want to be able to give access to Course 1 + Community, or Course 2 + Community, or only Course 1 (No Community), or all Courses + Community, or anything in between. Right now, it's all or nothing, which is very limiting. So for now, we plan to use Skool for ONE program, and leave all the other courses that don't require a Community in Kajabi. So yeah, we're looking forward to innovations on the existing Skool product, not for it to try to become some Frankenstein's Monster all-in-one.

What has worked best for you for hosting your course on Skool? Positives and negatives to both? Any input would be appreciated, thanks!

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Chris Moore
Sunny Sharma
Dennis Kraus
Samuel Snead
Danilo Djordjevic
New comment Feb 20
  • 1 like • Feb 18

    One thing that comes to mind is that Loom has the ability to click through and out of the community. Vimeo does not (depending on your settings).

Can i use my own domain like in Teachable ... its my subdomain.domain.com. It helps creating a strong brand recall amongst the students as well as on internet, google etc.

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Rafael Cadaval
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Chris Moore
Samuel Snead
New comment Feb 19
  • 2 likes • Feb 18

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe - I think personal branding of the platform is very important. Circle does this well. They allow you to choose to do it, or not, AND they also allow you to show other Groups in the dropdown or not. (You can be opted out). Kajabi also has this feature as well (whereby they allow for your site to not be shown in the Kajabi app so that your students aren’t distracted by other courses, etc.).

Hey there! A cool feature might be the ability to sort members by contributions on this page here (for Members, Admins, and Online members): https://www.skool.com/community/-/members I'm sure there are some other things you could sort by, but that's what comes to mind for now.

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Chris Moore
New comment Feb 18
  • 0 likes • Feb 18

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe - But that’s capped though, or no? I haven’t checked. This is a different feature.

Problem: if someone cancels the paid membership of my group I have to delete the member manualy. If he/she wants to come back later, the invitation process etc. starts again. Possible Solution: make it possible to Pause/reactivate an account with one Click. What do you think? Dennis

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Chris Moore
Gordon Goddard
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
New comment Feb 17
  • 1 like • Feb 17

    Also, do they lose all course progress and stats, etc.? That would be another problem. People definitely come and go from memberships.

  • 0 likes • Feb 17

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe - So glad to hear that their progress (assuming the same email address) is preserved when they come back. And agreed, would love to see a "Suspend Membership" feature, and of course a webhook for it as well (until you have a proper Zapier app). 😉

Hey, I know that I'm not the first to ask, but it would be awesome if a dark mode was available on Skool. (My students are working late and are begging for it !). I hope the task will get higher priority in the backlog ! Thanks for you work !

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Chris Moore
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
New comment Feb 17
  • 0 likes • Feb 17

    +1 Would love this, if done well. Some dark modes are ugly…. But I’m sure Skool will come up with an elegant implementation.

I see that everyone can see everyone else's overall course progress, not just Admins. What's the reasoning for making this public? One reason I came up with is that it helps members to immediately see where someone is at. If someone shows 80% overall course progress, maybe they've been around longer and know a thing or two, and if they have 5% overall course progress, maybe they're a newbie to the program, and so on. But I also imagine this would upset some users, or embarrass them (which may be a good thing? LOL) That said, maybe there's another way to indicate the aforementioned things without exposing their actual course progress % (like a badge in their profile based on overall course progress, but not the explicit %)? Just a thought.

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Kirsten Weissert
Samuel Snead
Chris Moore
New comment Feb 17
  • 1 like • Feb 17

    @Samuel J Snead - Word! Indeed. Love this platform, and Sam’s Uplevel program is gold. Need to finish that myself. 😁😉

  • 2 likes • Feb 17

    @Samuel J Snead - I've been *in* Skool since May 2020, but don't have my own Skool yet. My business partner and I just decided to use it for our next cohort of students (coming up next month). We're excited! 🤩

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