Introducing two new features for courses: 1. Drip — Now you can drip course content to your members over time. When adding/editing a module, turn drip on, and enter the number of days you want to module to drip after. 2. Course permissions — Now you can give some of your members access to course A, but not course B. When adding/editing a course, set permissions to "All members have access" (default), or "Only some members have access". To give specific members access, find the member from the member's list, click the "..." menu, click "Manage access", and select the course from there. These were two of the most requested features we've had, so I hope you guys like them! Check it out and let us know what you think. Enjoy!
Sick! @Sam Ovens I saw these earlier when I was working in my group and was super excited about it. Thanks for the amazing feature roll out's lately. Can't wait to see you guys grow bigger than Kajabi. I know with how you run things you probably wont need it, but if you guys do decide to raise money for investment please hit me up! :)
Now you can earn 40% of monthly recurring revenue by referring people to Skool. Refer 3 people and Skool becomes an income stream, not a cost. Watch the video below to see how it works. How to refer people: Go to "User settings" --> "Referrals" tab --> Copy/paste your referral link --> Done! Note: You can only refer people if you've got a paid group on Skool. Check it out and let us know what you think? 💰💰💰
@Nick Guadagnoli Based on how the groups work and taking into account a need to facilitate a stronger network effect I think it would be beneficial to have small groups or accountability teams. I currently facilitate this by putting people into Facebook messenger chats in groups of 5-10 to facilitate a stronger and more direct network effect for smaller groups.
Now you can monitor the health of your group with three simple metrics: 1. Total members: How many members are in your group over time 2. Active members: How many members visit your group on a monthly, weekly, or daily basis 3. Daily activity: How active your group is daily over a 365 day period I think we all agree, the most important metric is active members. It's a measure of engagement. Check out your own group metrics and let me know what you think in the comments?
@Sid Sahasrabuddhe mine is because of 2 reasons. 1. I’d like to use Skool for internal teams and to gauge their comprehension of required learning and process. 2. I’d like to be able to use tests as a way of determining what I’m not communicating well and can improve content on.