Hi guys, I uploaded the lessons to Skool via Vimeo and was able to make them private by removing the share link and transcript. However, I noticed that if someone makes screen recordings of lessons, they can pirate my entire course. What can I do to protect my content? This is quite serious, and if I don't find a solution I think I'd better upload everything somewhere else. Thank you very much!
Hi, I'm considering using the Skool platform for my educational needs and I have a concern regarding the security of my educational videos, which I create using Loom. Currently, I'm using URL privacy settings to hide video controls, but this method falls short in ensuring video security, as the URL can still be easily accessed through the browser console, potentially leading to unauthorized sharing with non-paying users. Are any of these security options currently possible on the Skool platform?Direct Video Upload: Is it possible to upload videos directly to Skool? This would provide better control over access and distribution of my content.Integration with Google Drive: Can I integrate videos from Google Drive to Skool for content management?Iframe Functionality: Does Skool support the addition of iframes to embed videos securely with more control over what will be displayed ?User ID Watermark: Is there an option to add a watermark that includes the user's ID in a pixel of the video to identify the source of unauthorized sharing if anyDomain Restrictions: Can I restrict video access to only a specific domain, using domain restrictions? I've attempted to implement domain restrictions with Vimeo and Wistia (see attached screenshots), but in both cases, the skool.com domain was not recognized. I'm curious to understand if there's a specific issue related to the skool.com domain. I understand that implementing these features may require time and resources, but having clarity on whether they are currently possible on Skool would greatly assist in my decision to use the platform for my educational content. Thank you !