An existing Skool user reported to me today a bug that I’m able to replicate: He went to my landing page advertising my Skool community: https://www.id.vc/community When you click on the „join“ button that is linked to: https://www.skool.com/infinite-disruptors The websites opens the mobile Skool (iPhone) app and nothing happens when you’re already logged in. You just land on the page you had last loaded in the mobile app. Thus, an existing Skool member who is logged into his mobile app but not yet member of my skool community can’t access my community via a direct link on a website on his phone.
Hi friends, Many of my community members don't notice new posts by other members. If I don't oversee anything here, Skool doesn't offer something like a notification for new posts, except the email digest with all new topics of the day etc. The mobile app doesn't show a notification badge for new posts in the community – only for new DMs and reactions to your own posts. That's a big difference to e.g. Slack, where you get notified in the app for new posts in a channel, too. This is a problem for me that directly impacts community engagement. Even I as a community owner don't notice some new posts (which is a significant problem for me as I want to react to most – it's a high-ticket community). Do you have any best practices or ideas on how to solve this? As said, on Slack (and FB) you get notifications for new posts so members can see and react. So far I didn't find a similar solution on Skool. And the email digest is not enough as many members don't read it. Would be awesome to find a solution 🙏
@Asmâa Methqal Thanks a lot for your ideas! I would love to say something else, but I'm afraid I don't believe this will solve the problem. Probably, they can solve it by 10%, but asking users to follow so many other users (or myself doing it) is not practicable. And with commenting it's the chicken egg problem – if you don't notice new content, you won't comment it.
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