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I would really appreciate to be able to do this, mini blog posts within Skool, alternating between text and photos.

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Marie Boudon
Oli Reitmaier
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
New comment Oct 28
  • 3 likes • Oct 28

    my attachment is from Patreon. I like the formating but I would rather have a skool than a Patreon

As I'm organizing an event with 8 different workshops, I find that the 150 characters limit to describe my workshops is very very short. The calendar is a place where people can find the info about the workshops and reading a medium description, not a super short sentence, could be a way to convince them to come.

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Mareya Ali
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Marie Boudon
Raj Dash
New comment Oct 6
  • 0 likes • Sep 13

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe Yep I did that, I create a special page with the details of each event but it would be great if you find a workaround later about this limit so everything that is linked to the events is at the same place :), at least for me it seems helpful

Hi ! I want to launch a free Skool group that will look like a journal where I share the lessons I learn along the way. It will be more advanced (day to day life of a 7 fig art business) than my current audience level (mostly hobbyists). My current audience love to sign up to my new ideas and projects. But for this group I want to install a more "high level culture". It will be for art entrepreneurs not hobbyist, no casual post like "looook at my new painting" will be accepted. How do I install this culture in the group? - should I add pro artist that I know first in the group and wait a little bit - should I use a form to let only entrepreneurs in? - should I just be strict about the rules ? Ideally, I'd love to share the new skool openly and let people in but I'm afraid of the first few days. Do you have a similar experience with your group? Thank you for your help.

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Michel Annie
Nevin Sabet
New comment Sep 28

I'm used to host big challenges 2-3 times a year. Is it possible to use a Skool for that, then archive the skool (keeps the members while the content is not accessible) and later during the year revive it ? Or do I need to create a Skool for 1 month (duration of the challenge), then delete it and when I host a new challenge I create a new Skool and members have to request access again? Is it easy to delete/close a skool if I have to do it multiple times a year?

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Marie Boudon
Brenzen Zettl
Ryan Fletcher
Danny Barrera
New comment Sep 25
  • 1 like • Sep 25

    @Danny Barrera yep I'm currently running one !

  • 1 like • Sep 25

    @Brenzen Zettl thank you for the inputs !! keeping this idea warm :)

I have a skool for students. I'd like to share a peek of the amazing discussions we have in this group on instagram stories. Non students could be inspired and want to join. I can add a link to a post so my students can easily find the post (they are not used to the platform yet so it helps to get them to interact). But there is this JOIN button on the non log-in page. And I don't want random requests because I need someone to be a student to join. It's not a good lead experience to create a profile, request to join and be denied. I'd love to be able to customize this button. For instance, redirect it to a URL or remove it completely.

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
New comment Sep 12

It would be lovely to be able to see team members on a map (geographycal location). E.g. on/off button in profile if I want to represent my location on the map. Things like "hey I'll be around Minneapolis next week, how about (....)" would be much easier with an easy overview on who is where. (Origin of the request: I wanted to have a quick look at who from uplevel is in Europe.)

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Sam Ovens
Ray Milidoni
David Jones
Roman Pearl
Marie Boudon
New comment Sep 12
  • 0 likes • Sep 12

    upvote this idea too ! I have members doing location threads to connect themselves, it would be much easier with a map :)

My new members are joining our new skool and there are a lot (a LOT) of notifications. They are not used to this platform and the amount of notifications by email can be discouraging or even repelling for my non-technology friendly and non English speaker members. I dont want this to be an obstacle to their use of the community. In the admin settings, is it possible to force weekly notifications for members or to desactivate them? I'd like to explain to users how to activate notifications if they want, not how to stop them: what I'm forced to do right now.

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Nick Guadagnoli
Marie Boudon
New comment Sep 12
  • 1 like • Sep 12

    @Nick Guadagnoli Yep I know that and already told them to do that. What I would love is to set the setting that is currently set on "Daily" on "weekly" for everyone and they can increase the frequency if needed. It is less invasive than having dozen of notifications , it can repel new members ...

Currently anyone can request to join. I'd like to make people answer a few questions, so that I can see answers to determine whether I let them in or not. Is this possible? If not I'll have to create a solution mixing Google Forms and Skool. Thanks

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Kerim Al-Lami
Simon Paquin
Marie Boudon
Harry Whelchel
Andrew Kirby
New comment Aug 17
  • 1 like • Aug 16

    @Andrew Kirby I'm also interested in this feature. Do you still use your google form for approval questions? You review each application and send manually the link if they are a good fit ? Is you community free ? Thanks for your feedback.

  • 0 likes • Aug 16

    @Andrew Kirby thank you !

Can we get bold text as an option in posts and descriptions? (CRL+B)

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Marie Boudon
Adam Zalewski
Harry Whelchel
Ted Carr
New comment Aug 16
  • 3 likes • Aug 13

    You can use a website like this one : https://instagram-fonts.top/instagram-fonts.php to copy paste characters that are bold or italic. It's not ideal but it's an option while waiting for an update.

In the future, will students be able to submit their work in the classroom? And possibly earn points for it? For example, in Kajabi I can see when my clients submit their reflection questions. I guess I could have my students post their answers in the comment section on Skool, but if it's personal and private, some people might not want to share that stuff with the public. Although, I could see the benefits of submitting your answers publicly. As of now, you can only post a video as the main lesson/content, but it would be nice to post a form or worksheet that you can complete right in the classroom. I'm curious, because one of my biggest selling points for coaching has been the accountability factor, and this feature would help in holding my students accountable. Yes, they can mark a module done, but I won't know if they actually did it or not, unless they privately send me their work, which is just more effort for them. As a student of many courses myself, that has always been one of my biggest issues, not having a teacher or coach to check my work and give me feedback. Working with someone who can not only make sure I do the steps, but also reflect and discuss my answers, has been incredibly valuable, and I think having a place to submit work would help with that process. Here's an app that does this well: https://quenza.com/ Idk if you ever heard of Quenza, but I don't see them as a direct competitor of Skool so no worries. Hopefully, you find some inspiration and ideas by checking them out. As a K-12 teacher, my needs might be a little different than other Skool users. I plan on using Skool for my students starting in the Fall and beyond, and the gamification aspect is a big selling point for me (although I like everything about Skool) so the more flexibility we have in controlling the rules of the game, such as giving points for completed assignments, would make this even more valuable. Not sure if this was already talked about, I think it was, but either way thanks for listening! Keep up the great work.

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Nick Guadagnoli
Marie Boudon
Yelina Perez
Taylor Floyd
Harry Whelchel
New comment Aug 16
  • 3 likes • Aug 13

    As someone who gives assignments too (paintings), what I planned to do was to activate comments and add a like for each assignment posted, it's not private but it will work for us for now.

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J'aide les créatifs débordés à reconnecter à leur art grâce à l'aquarelle.

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