Searched this and saw a few posts but I have a question. If I make someone an admin, are they able to remove other admins or the owner of the group? Sounds paranoid but good to know. Also, is a moderator able to add classroom content, and schedule coaching calls? My current understanding of mods is that they can: - Delete comments, posts, and remove members
Asked a student to share his "why" for starting our program... Engagement is insane 43 comments in a day, we have 134 members Feels like I'm really building something by having it on Skool Friend of mine still uses FB, looks fine until I see his notifications - big no no. Anyway, appreciate the help in here and hope I can share some valuable stuff in the next few months!
This is super useful for when you want to draw attention to a post in your group, FB has it. Just a Skool notification, doesn't have to be an email or anything. Could also just be for admins so it doesn't get spammed. @Sid Sahasrabuddhe
When students join, they see the levels system in our platform. It makes sense to have The group owner (me) and our coaches at the highest level. We're in a position of authority and it's a subtle thing to show that to new students. Opinions? @Sam Ovens @Sid Sahasrabuddhe
I want to add all my students to a trello board so we can track accountability for them. I have Zapier pro and want to automate that process. Anyone know how I can do this / if I can export all my members to a csv file?
Hey folks, I'm currently focusing on improving student results in my paid community. I've been working closely with an 8 fig CEO who sells masterminds + coaching for business owners in a large UK market. He gave me some actionable steps to start getting more student wins, so I wanted to share them here for free :) 1. 1-2 group coaching calls per week keeping students on track and accountable, answering questions etc. Pretty basic but essential 2. Have a team member (or you) message 10 students per day and ask them what they're doing this week, what they're going to have done for next week etc. 3. Have a team member actively respond to posts in the group (I have 120+ students so this is something I need help with) - again, keep them accountable, ask them to fill out worksheets, give them homework etc. @Sid Sahasrabuddhe also share some tips... Do weekly / monthly / quarterly check ins with students to see where they're at and how you can help. Pin your student wins in the group for a few days so it's the first hings students see Add a free resource to your group description (a link / downloadable pdf) - for me this is a roadmap for students... At the end of the free pdf, encourage them to engage in the group and reach new levels on skool. Offer incentives for different levels in Skool. - Some of these are basic, but some are new to me, can't wait to try them. Hope this is valuable, and drop a like if so :)
I'm in the process of moving my huge video course over to Skool, because I think it will be a better customer experience. (I won't lie, it's a mega pain in the ass downloading all that video content and uploading to bunny.net, also re-titling all of the content, even when I've got a staff member to help... Sorry Sam) But I think it's for the best. If you've done this before, have you seen an improvement in engagement / student results? Do you have anything to back it up? Thanks!
Trying to migrate my course to Skool, and I want lessons to be in order. But as we're creating lessons, they keep automatically shuffling up and down, even when we try to put them back in place. It's super annoying and stopping us from getting the course up in the right order. Any fix for this @Sid Sahasrabuddhe ?
When selecting my storage regions on the video storage config., the Skool help article for bunny says to pick these two servers. Just wondering if that has any effect on who can watch my content? Most of my members are in Europe. Might be a silly question but just want to make sure! @Sid Sahasrabuddhe
I'm considering hosting my course on Skool, right now it's on Kajabi. I have over 50 videos and 250+ members who've paid £997. Problem is, someone can easily share my entire course as the links aren't hidden behind the group entry screen. I really want to host here but I need to ensure my content doesn't get pirated. My course has been requested a few times on piracy websites but it's hosted privately on Kajabi so it's well protected. I'd just love this feature on here. Just a screen that says - "You must be a member of this group to see this classroom" Would love to hear your thoughts @Sid Sahasrabuddhe @Nick Guadagnoli
Correction, I've checked course permissions and found the problem here. My next problem is, what video hosting is the best for privacy? What Sam uses for his classroom is perfect. There is no way to share the video that he's got inside his classroom. Love to know what the simplest + most cost effective hoosting platform for this is. Bunny.net seems good but I don't like how it charges based on usage etc. I just want to pay for a set amount of video storage and forget about it.
I host on Kajabi, but after a chat with @Sam Ovens I'm considering shifting it to Skool. He said you can do it via bunny.net for $5 / month... Is bunny.net variable pricing? ie. Does it charge you to host more content? I add to my course all the time + upload coaching call recordings etc. I really like the idea of having it on Skool... But I want to make sure all video content is locked to our students and can't be easily pirated or shared. (I don't want to host on YT as unlisted - Anyone could access my course then.) If anyone can point me to a good explainer video of someone hosting their course on Skool via Bunny.net - I'd really appreciate it. Thanks!
@Sid Sahasrabuddhe Thanks! As a general idea, will I be fine hosting all of my content on bunny for maybe $5 - $25 per month? I just want to know that I can upload there and not worry about it exceeding that price range. I don't have huge videos, they all range between 10-60 minutes. I assume Sam's courses are probably bigger storage wise.
Typing out a post feels fun, it feels like the community is actually a community... I hate Discord because: - Super cluttered and a total eyesore - Constant message flow buries good content - Doesn't feel professional / easy to use I don't like the community function on Kajabi because: - No DM function, which is essential - No life about the product (no colour, images) - No notifications (You need a little dopamine hit to start enjoying a community, Skool combats social media addiction because it uses some of the same tools but in an ethical way) So yeah, happy to pay $99 / month as it taken our entire coaching program to a new level of fun. :)
hi, i want people to have automatic skool access after credit card payment for a mid-tier course. no sale calls, all fully automated, landing page -> buy program -> immediate skool access (no involvement from my side). is that possible?
Try Zapier, there's a tutorial on automatic invites if you go to the invite section on your group settings, it's called a webhook and I just automated my Skool onboarding for new students after they pay through Kajabi. Hope this helps!
Do you offer leaderboard incentives? If so, what are they? I'm thinking of offering: - 1-1 Coaching Call (Top Level) - Case Study Bonus (Show students a live example of what's working now in our field) I'd thought of sending merch (hats, tshirts etc) but I don't think it really adds value to students lives' Let me know if you've come up with anything good!
@Andrew Kirby Yeah I get that, but in reality most people won't wear merch from their coaching group / course I have a bunch of kajabi merch from using their platform and I've never used it, I've never seen any youtube videos from people where they have a peice of merch from their community on. It sounds great as a corporate marketing idea, but I don't think it really adds value unless you have a recognizable brand like Huel etc. There's got to be a better alternative, just needs figuring out... Maybe a notepad? Office supplies etc.
Classroom is a lightweight content portal for online courses. Create modules, embed videos, add resources, transcripts, and track student progress. Classroom integrates with your Skool community, so your students will have 1-login, 1-profile, and 1-search — for everything. Totally free. Watch the video below to see how it works. Enjoy!
This is really cool. One question, if I were to host my course through Skool, where should I do it? When you embed with YouTube it has to be unlisted which means people could easily share the lessons using the YouTube video link. I haven't tried Vimeo or Wistia so I don't know if they have a free function that stops this from happening. Thanks.
Hey everyone, just wondering if there's a feature that allows you to filter out people in your membership requests? I have a group for my paid course and I always get people who aren't enrolled trying to join. Obviously I don't want them in there because they haven't paid, and facebook allows me to ask questions before I let them in. I usually ask for their email so it can be cross checked in kajabi, and a codeword (They can find this when they read the group rules video in the course.) Hope someone has an answer :)
If I want to plug my online course into Skool (Which I do), how do I embed the videos without the fear of students clicking the embed link and sharing the course content online? Obviously when you embed a YouTube unlisted video somewhere it's easy to go on and get the link then share it with anyone, so I'm worried about piracy etc. I'm not sure how Vimeo / Wistia operate but I've heard they charge for video hosting. Loving Skool and can't wait to migrate everything over!