Hey guys, I am currently running a 12-week program that has a Typeform check-in at the end of each week (weeks are in modules). Does anyone have a good way to trigger a message or an email to any clients who have not checked in by a certain day each week?
Agree with @Faro Zacarías, you'll likely need something like Zapier or Make I'd recommend Make for this (I've started to use it a lot more for my freelancing than Zapier), especially for these bulk types of tasks. If I work through it in my mind: 1. You'll need a Google Sheet that all TypeForm submissions are sent to. When the TypeForm is submitted, add or find the person by email in the spreadsheet, and update their most recent submission time 2. Have a Make scenario that uses "scheduling" i.e. it runs on a certain schedule (once per week at a given time on a given day) 3. Have it fetch all people in the sheet 4. For each person, you check whether the last submitted time is within the last 24 hours (for example) 5. If not, you sent them a nudge Feel free to shoot me a message if you want to talk through it more
Helping a client at the moment with their onboarding automations. We're using Zapier to add members to their Skool group using the webhook. We use the webhook instead of the new official integration because we want to bypass the memebership approval. Done this before for other clients, but for some reason, with this client even though the request to the webhook is successful, not all the members are being added. And there's no error message, or feedback from the API. Any thoughts? P.S. I didn't think this quite counts as a bug, wanted to check first.
@Asmâa Methqal I was thinking that as well. What might be a little tricky is when that animated line extended out. You'd either need a video that you can overlay with that animation already, or you could potentially use keyframes. But I don't know if keyframes can be done with CapCut, or even a more powerful editor like VN Editor. P.S. This could be completely wrong, but I just recently did a 14-day mobile phone content creation course, so that's my experience.
Are they making the purchase outside of Skool as well? If so, then there's the Zapier or webhook integration that you can add members with. For example: They pay using Stripe, you catch the Stripe notification in Zapier, and then add the students to your Skool group.
Are you using Stripe to handle the payments? A workaround: If you use Zapier or Make, and filter for just the group's new subscription notifications, then you could pass along that info to your team. It obviously depends if enough information is included in the data received from Stripe in Zapier or Make. Happy to walk you through it if you want to explore that option.
Loving Skool so far. Even though I have my notifications on for some communities, I don't seem to be receiving any notifications when people DM me. I don't think I unsubscribed from any email list, don't think I'm auto archiving the messages. Maybe something on the support side that can be seen?
@Sid Sahasrabuddhe Turned them back on now. But it was only off the Skool community anyway. Not for my others So I just dont get emails at all. Are the notifications maybe in the same sender address as marketing emails? Because I unsubscribe from most marketing emails
I haven't sent out an email broadcast in months. This week there has happened to be two announcements that need to be broadcasted. Very frustrating to write out the whole post only to be told I can't broadcast it.