@Nurlan Puchak I see your point! But I still think that White-Label would be greatly appreciated for a ton of entrepreneurs. At the end of the day it would empower the entrepreneurs who use Skool. Everyone wants to brand it as "their own". It also makes it easier to have everything integrated under one brand, then redirecting it to a separate website. We can still showcase inside the software that we're using Skool. Like "Powered by Skool" in the footer or something like that. So if people like the structure of the community, they will know what software is being used. The use cases also becomes endless, becauase people could integrate Skools White Labeling solution into other SaaS whitelabeling solutions like GoHighLevel for examples. The possibilities would be endless 💪💪
@Shana Lynn Will it really create an extra layer of support though? Each company that white labels the solution will deal with the support directly to their customers, right? Or that's at least how we do it in our agency, we white label a software, and we handle all of the support to our customers.
White-label together with integrated payment solution would be epic! That way we could host it on our own domains, and give people access to the community automatically once they pay. This is honestly the biggest thing holding me back from using Skool at this moment. With that said, I don't mind having Skool's logo inside of the community, promoting to users what solution we use (Skool).
1. Sign-up pages with integrated payments (Recurring). Stripe connection. Automatically create new user accounts. Lock-out if payment is not made. 2. White label. Host on own subdomain. Rebrand it. “Powered by Skool” in the footer. 3. Integrated affiliate system. (Have this as a perk for users as they level up). 4. Unlock the next video once you’ve completed the current one. You can’t see or jump between content. But you must complete the videos to progress. 5. Video quiz - To unlock the next video. You must watch the video to learn the information needed to complete the quiz. Once you get all answers correct in the quiz you’ll unlock the next video. Love your Skool plan for the future Sam. Excited about Skool for 2023 💪💪
@Scott Millar Payment integration would indeed be huge! Also white-label for sure. Being able to host everything on your own domain would be awesome. Having the software automatically create an account for a new customer once the payment is done, and also remove access to the community if a monthly payment fails would be awesome. All of this together would allow people to use Skool as their own Community/SaaS, which would be awesome. I'm sure the Skool team are aware of these feature requests. But have they given any feedback about it to the community? Would be super interesting to know if this is something that's inline with their future plans 💪💪
Hey team, we are looking at adding automated subscriptions (monthly payments) as one of our offers. We would like to add Skool as the manager of this however with the payment portal being seperate in past experience it has frustrated users. I know how to connect Thrivecart for one off payments but would love a native integration of sorts. Is something like this in the works?
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!
@Nick Guadagnoli Yes it would be awesome to have the feature to add a quick quiz after each video. That way they can only unlock the next video by completing the current one & completing the Quiz. I'm currently going through a course that has that layout right now. It's actually really intriguing! They also make it so that the subject of the coming videos are hidden. The only way you will learn what those videos are about is to complete the previous videos & quizzes first. The reason why I see it hugely beneficial, is that if you run a lower ticket community ($50-$100 per month), with thousands of students. Then you can probably increase the retention of each person that signs up by making the community & learning process more and more like a game. With that said, it would also be awesome to be able to have an automatic signup / payment process for the community. They pay $50-$100, and get instant access to the community. If they stop paying, they get locked out. Would be awesome.