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Idea - Access content since Starting Date
It would be nice someday to be able to give access to modules, since the entry date of a member. Like that, weekly we can add "exclusive stuff" to members that sticks around. It would be even better to be able to cancel this limitation upon payment (Get access to the full history of modules) Thoughts @Nick Guadagnoli - @Alex Siegel
New comment Jun '23
When we we get some more granularity about user access?
Hi there! @Nick Guadagnoli @Alex Siegel We're using Skool, but it's pretty limited yet...or not, depending of the intention. What we are aiming with Skool, it's a progress tracking app based on our internal roadmap. Our people are part of a community because they are trying to reach their goals. We want to track their progress to that northern star. We have 3 stages in our transformation process. Let's say beginners, Intermediate & Advanced. We are lacking the possibility to segment all content (Conversation/Trainings/Calendar - Live events) for the 3 different levels Here's what we would like: - Identify users per stage --> Add a couple of input text to the user profile, and we're done (Stage/Icon/Milestone). The use of milestones in each stage, would let know the community members where they are exactly at [Stage + Milestone]. That would help connections to be formed in a more coherent and natural way: better for networking, better for accountability - Assign courses/training per stage (And show/hide courses/training according to the current stage of the user) - Users Access Granularity - Schedule Live events per stage (As we do have live events sessions per level) - Users Access Granularity - Assign Conversation per stage (And show/hide conversation according to the current stage of the user) - Users Access Granularity - The gaming stuff is great, but it's based on activity within Skool. I would rather have a gaming based on routines the users have to perform, at each stage (Like the Oura Ring). Being active on Skool is not a guarantee of results. Being consistent in routines, is a far better predictor. The next features (Billing, video hosting) are not going that way at all. Which I can understand. But still, shall we look for another platform, or is there any chance that we get there someday? Thanks by advance for your answer Keep up great work. Franck cc: @Sam Ovens
New features: Action posts + Pin post to module
Sometimes you want your members to take action. For example: Introduce yourself and share a photo of your workspace, or... Play this song on the guitar and share a video of you doing it. Simple actions make your community more interactive and fun. Remember the ice bucket challenge? Action posts — Describe the action you want your members to complete. When somebody comments, the action will be marked as complete. Pinning posts to modules — Now you can pin posts to course modules to make them more practical and interactive. For example: Your first module could be "Welcome! Start here" and give a quick overview of how things work with a call to action at the end to introduce themself and share a photo. You can pin any post to a module, it doesn't have to be an action post. You could pin posts relevant to the module, or a post with the title: "Module XYZ - Questions/discussion here" and use it as a comments section. Your turn: Complete this action by telling us what you think?
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Franck Scipion
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Helping people to launch and grow an online business to live their life on their own terms

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