We just shipped some new gamification features to make things more fun! • Custom level names: Personalize your group by naming your levels. • Unlock courses at levels: Unlock a course or something of value when members hit a high level. • Leaderboard redesign: Now you can see your progress and what you can unlock as you level up. Watch the Loom video below for more info on how it works and how to set it up for yourself. This is an experimental feature we're playing with, so we want to hear your feedback! Try it out for yourself and let us know what you think?
@Sam Ovens the gamification feature is amazing and we want to use it in one of our free/lto communities to boost the engagement in order to unlock more rewards but in our other 'premium' community I would like the option to grand levels manually. In my example, we have a course + coaching and the student can progress through 6 stages of the program. The progress could be visualized with levels. This way everyone can see how far each member has progressed. I would like the option to manually 'upgrade' them to a higher level whenever they have completed a stage by finishing the course + 'exam' or validating with a coach. So in my case I'm not using the levels in order to unlock things, but to show the community where everyone is at and give them a level 'reward badge' to show off their progress. A different usecase for manually upgrading to certain levels would be a pay-to-win feature. Some people don't want to engage that much in order to unlock certain content. They would rather pay money for it. Well, why refuse the money :) The game pay-to-win market is huge, so i guess it'll work here as well.
@Trent Grzegorczyk true, it defeats the engagement tactic, but we use the leaderboard for that and reward the most engaging members. the levels is an additional layer, which could be used this way. Otherwise I would love to see custom badges that we can create as admins and reward members with. how about that idea, would that be hard to implement?
I dont know if this has been mentioned before, but the formatting is not working with the automatic event email. Love the feature, but as you can see, there is no spacing / enters. Perhaps a quick fix? btw, the image example is from 2 different dates, but that does not matter
We have 2 Skool communities. Both are paid. One is lower priced, the other higher priced. We work with seperate webhooks for both communities. Each have their own payment page and a zapier automation to trigger their unique webhook. So all members should end up in the right community, but a problem we have at the moment is that members are ending up in the other community that they haven't signed up for. A admin requests pops up to accept a member, but when I check their info, they should only get access for the other community. We do not share seperate invite links of the communities. Only webhooks. So what could cause this issue?