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?
In a course I'm taking perhaps hosted in Kajabi it shows the next video loading with the circle changing color like a timer- it definitely works to get me to watch the next video. Is this in the works for the Skool classroom feature?
We had to delete a couple of events in December and each time we deleted one the calendar page jumped back to this month (November). It was annoying and also confusing as we almost deleted something in November not realizing what had happened. Is this intentional or a glitch?
Hello, hope you’re all having a lovely day! I was wondering if anyone knows the fastest, or the most efficient way to transcribe video? It would be great if it were possible to generate transcription when you upload a video to skool. Not sure if that is a feature or not? Thanks in advance for your help.
I'm finding for community, having people receive push notifications straight onto there phone with the little red dot so powerful! If Skool had this I think it would increase my engagement drastically. How is everyone else doing this?
Is anyone using the basic group URL (not the invite link) to grow their PUBLIC group? This takes them directly into the group rather than prompting the registration page immediately. My thinking is that by allowing people to explore and experience the group/classroom they get a "sneak peak" and will be more likely to sign up. (I'm driving traffic from YouTube organic and YouTube Ads). @Jesse Clark @Sid Sahasrabuddhe does this make sense? Any downsides other than revealing your posts/courses/calendar?
Can't recall if I or anyone have mentioned this but being able to hit return to post saves time rather than having to move mouse to post button. If not going to do that, could you switch the post button w the gif and emoji options so it's closer?
1. If we're commenting on a post can it automatically offer tagging without having to put the @ sign- at least for the person who authored the post? 2. Can you email the admins (admins could select to turn this on or off) if a post has no like or comments? My brand is to respond to everyone but it has me compulsively scrolling. 3. Continuing to put in the plug for automatically clearing the number once you've looked at notifications. Thanks!
Hi, I'm seriously considering switching to Skool for my community platform. Here are some important questions: 1. We're not finding any integration either direct or through WP Fusion or Zapier to integrate across platforms to provide automatic enrollment: For example if someone buys a product from Infusionsoft/Keap, or 10000 people buy a product, we want them to be automatically enrolled into their Skool group. Is this possible? 2. Exporting the data: If at any point we want to download all member data such as name, email, course, etc. into a CSV, is that possible? 3. Is there anyway for members to post events that will show up as events on the calendar rather than posts?
@Sam Ovens This may just be me, as I have crappy eyes, diabetic retinopathy etc, so take it for what it's worth. But, as I scan the home page in the feeds, my eyes can barley distinguish from posts I have read vs posts I have yet to look at. The dark grey/light grey is just a tad too similar. Is there a a. better way to call out unread posts, perhaps with a little red dot in front of the title, or changing the color scheme enough to better distinguish read from unread? I see this happening in other areas around the app too, especially the reply indicator. Just a thought, and thanks for considering.
Haha actually so it the whole grey scheme of reply and view 1 reply- I’m guessing you’re going for a minimalist look but even a darker grey would be easier to read and ease is less clutter. Like Sam talked about re: quality of sound.