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If you could wave a magic wand and add one feature to Skool, what would it be?

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Benjamin Nabers
Oli Reitmaier
Lauren Kushins
Hervin Alvarez
Said Said
New comment 2h ago

Any roadmap plans for this? Would be a really huge feature I must say!

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Sam Ovens
Oli Reitmaier
Lukas Mertens
Buddy Rathmell
Joshua St. Clair
New comment 7h ago
  • 11 likes • 15d

    @Sam Ovens I ran a health club for many years. At some point I asked the members if we should introduce childcare. The response was low and very few thought it was necessary. Then a club owner friend of mine told me that introducing the kids' club had resulted in a 20% increase in revenue for him. So I introduced it - every day of the week for 4 hours - with an open house weekend advertised only on introduction of childcare. We gained 150 new members that weekend. The week after, we added another 80 members. That equated to a 23% increase in our revenue, and after subtracting all immediate and ongoing costs, we saw a double-digit percentage increase in our profit. What am I trying to say? Just as people who are already members of a health club don't consider childcare important (because they already have a solution for that, or they wouldn't be members), many group operators in Skool won't consider an integrated payment system important. In the medium and long term, features that reduce friction for using and setting up Skool communities without "bloating" the platform will be a good investment. What would Jeff Bezos do?

  • 2 likes • 14d

    @Lendon Bracewell It does (installments)

I want to know.

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Jose Castro
Ryan Mathews
Elijah Casey
Michael Pitluk
Saqib Rasool
New comment 1d ago
  • 5 likes • 8d

    A gamified community builder - think FB Groups without the noise and distraction, but with a built-in engagement booster.

  • 1 like • 8d

    @Sam Ovens Building a community should be fun - with Skool it is.

Affiliate signup on Skool Community The Skool Affiliate program is one of the best. I’ve built a number of tools in order to be a better affiliate of Skool and to help continue to grow this amazing community. I noticed recently that when creating a group from here, Sam always gets the affiliate credit. I think this is slightly unfair to the affiliates of Skool who are getting users to signup. Skool Community is one of the best entry points for users to see the value of Skool as a whole, and as such I send a lot of traffic to this group. I believe this group should honor pre-existing affiliate codes for users who ultimately choose to signup from here. I don’t think it’s fair to punish affiliates who want to show their potential signups this group. Does anyone else agree? Affiliates, please let me know what you think.

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Peter Svenning
Roman Pearl
Kevin Lee
Sam Ovens
Brinley Rebstein
New comment 1d ago
  • 3 likes • 5d

    @Roman Pearl Agree with you 100% Roman. Should be first on the roadmap.

Hey everyone, Introducing Skool Kompanion - A Free Mobile App for Skool I’ve made a number of tools for Skool over the past few months such as Skool Directory or the Members Export Plugin. I believe in Skool the product and ecosystem, and am excited to see it grow. As with directory, this project was inspired by seeing numerous requests about a Mobile App. In response I’ve gone ahead and created Skool Kompanion. Skool Kompanion is a simple mobile app that allows you to access Skool as you would from a browser. It also gives you access to real-time push notifications for posts and comments at the tip of your fingers. Over the course of the last couple of weeks — I have found myself more engaged with Skool due to the way notifications keep me looped in. I think this mobile app with notifications will lead to higher engagement within your groups. I encourage everyone to try it for some time, and see how much of a difference it makes. I think it will be an essential tool in order to stay engaged and connected with your groups. At this time Skool Kompanion does not support Android, and notifications do not support chat. These are things I may look at in the future depending on support and feedback. So please try it, and let me know if you have feedback.

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Josh Gavin
Oli Reitmaier
Joao Cascao
David Reis
Kevin Mullaney
New comment 2d ago
  • 4 likes • 19d

    @Kevin Lee No refund needed, Kevin. This is just a mini support for your work. I think you are going the right way to offer the app for free. It will come back to you through other means.

  • 2 likes • 18d

    @Giorgio Klinar Absolutely, Giorgio! That's the difference between people who talk and people who do.

Did someone say app? When does this come out?

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Josh Gavin
Oli Reitmaier
Brinley Rebstein
Kevin Lee
Emiel Kant
New comment 3d ago
  • 5 likes • 11d

    @Luke Guy Hi Luke, the app @Josh Gavin is referring to is from @Kevin Lee and not the "official" app from Skool. Here Kevin announces the app and it's currently only available for iOS. Until Skool releases the official app, it is certainly a very good interim solution. Especially the push notifications are a real added value.

  • 4 likes • 11d

    @Luke Guy There is no fixed release date yet, but I think @Sid Sahasrabuddhe can give you at least an approximate schedule there.

I wanted to achieve 100 days in a row of at least 10 activities in the Skool community - which I did. All posts were an indirect result (proving my point that activity more often than not can also lead to contributing) and hopefully I was able to add some value to the community that way. My goal in doing this was to better understand Skool as a platform and get ideas on how to build a community, as I had little exposure to this topic before. In retrospect, I consider my post on a streak feature to be the most important because besides the already existing affiliate program, I think that feature could contribute the most to Skool's growth. Of course, if Skool is to grow worldwide, multilingualism is a must. In the coming time I will focus more on my main business, so I won't have the time to be active here anymore. It was a great time with you, I wish you much success with your communities, businesses and in life. To @Sam Ovens , @Daniel Kang and the whole Skool team I wish that they absolutely crush it with Skool - which I'm one hundred percent convinced of). Thank you for many inspiring discussions.

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Saqib Rasool
Oli Reitmaier
Luis Naranjo
Roman Pearl
Varun Teja
New comment 3d ago

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Jakob Neumann
Oli Reitmaier
Brthr Nhmyh
Daniel Kang
Myrko Thum
New comment 4d ago
  • 4 likes • Oct '22

    @Daniel Kang I find your contribution very valuable, Daniel. That any gamification component has an impact on user behavior is probably beyond question. That's why I'm more concerned with the question, "What is actually being rewarded?" Because at the end of the day, the old manager wisdom holds true: "What is achieved is what is worth the effort." That's why I've questioned elsewhere whether announced prizes for positions on the leaderboard make sense or whether they just end up generating participation aimed at winning a prize rather than strengthening the community. The purpose of the community in Skool is probably to a not insignificant extent to deepen the course content through discussion and, if necessary, to find accountability partners to transfer the learning content of the course into practical application. Here, a "Daily Streak" seems to me to be even better suited for motivation than the Leaderboard - simply because one's own streak is only influenced by one's own activity, while one's position in a Leaderboard is also influenced by factors that are out of one's control (e.g. the activity of other community members).

  • 3 likes • Oct '22

    @Brthr Nhmyh This comment was actually a reply to your comment, but I was again too stupid to click the reply button :D

Loving skool right now for serving our paying clients! Engagement and support has been way higher... Plus our students are way more excited to share wins. Kinda like Im doing here haha I'll keep ya'll updated!

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Varun Teja
Josh Gavin
Oli Reitmaier
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Kevin Mullaney
New comment 4d ago

I've recently migrated my FB group to skool, but given how its a platform that many people don't use atm compared to FB or IG, I'm having trouble getting users to check their DMs more frequently (this is how I get calls booked - via conversations). Outside of hounding their emails with reminders, do you guys have any ideas of how you can make people who join your group come back more often? Thanks! @Sid Sahasrabuddhe

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Josh Gavin
Abhi Amalsadia
Oli Reitmaier
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Ryan Fletcher
New comment 4d ago
  • 1 like • 5d

    @Abhi Amalsadia App with notifications it is (or better: would be it)

I built a Skool community this wknd and would love some feedback if anyone cares to have a look? Also… here’s my sales page, any feedback provided for this I truly appreciate 🙏

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Oli Reitmaier
Luke Miller
New comment 5d ago

In terms of positive user experience, Skool already plays in the top league. The better you get, the more important it becomes to pay attention to details as well. I appreciate creativity, but why the heck are there 3 (in words: THREE!) different ways to turn notifications on and off in the settings? GOOD UI DESIGN is characterized by clarity, straightforwardness, and simplicity - all attributes that Skool has rightly made its own. So why present the user with three different ways to enable or disable notifications? As a user, what would you prefer to enable notifications? (Please select in the poll) If your favorite is not listed in the poll, please comment below the post - e.g. if you would like to have toggle, but green for "active/on" and red for "deactivated/off" or if you would prefer a completely different way of presentation. What's your opinion on this @Daniel Kang ?

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Announcing https://skool.directory/ While browsing Skool and thinking about how to be a good affiliate for the platform, I found a number of threads around the discovery of groups: - https://www.skool.com/community/group-directory - https://www.skool.com/community/recommended-communities - https://www.skool.com/community/free-skool-communities I also feel like none of the Skool marketing describes how mature and well adopted the platform is. It's only through Google I can see how many groups exist the number of users, and whether they are active. As such I've built a directory for Skool: https://skool.directory/ I hope to solve a couple of problems with directory: 1. Make discovery of other communities easier 2. Bring visibility to the fact that Skool is a well adopted and popular platform I find it very interesting to see how many groups there are and how popular they are (there are some groups with thousands of users). I have plans to do more, but I would like to hear feedback and what you think. So please let me know. And of course, if you're an admin -- please feel free to submit your group!

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Sam Ovens
Leah Davis
Kevin Lee
Khalil Muhammad
Richard Woods
New comment 7d ago
  • 5 likes • Oct '22

    Great idea Kevin, awesome, impressive and smart at the same time. Wish you that the effort pays off in the form of one or the other affiliate commission. In any case, a good service for the community.

As I was exploring Skool, I saw there was no easy way to export your members from Skool itself. As such, I built a simple Chrome Plugin that allows for this: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/skool-members-list/ccmocglnlagoepangcfikcnbkcpjcfej?hl=en After installing, you can export the following fields: - First/last name - Invite email (if you're an admin) - Profile URL - Bio, location, MBTI - Survey Questions / Answers Also, I updated Skool Directory to include tags, so you can now see all free communites for example: https://skool.directory/public Hopefully you find this helpful, feel free to try it out.

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Oli Reitmaier
Leah Davis
Jonathan Santillan
Paul Masters
David Cavanagh
New comment 7d ago
  • 4 likes • Nov '22

    Insane value, Kevin. 10 members of your kind and a community can turn the world upside down (or so they say) Well done!

  • 3 likes • Nov '22

    By the way: Your affiliate page is also a small masterpiece in my eyes - especially because of the added value with the skool group overview.

What is a good strategy for running a free group? Can all people make public posts with their offers? Can Only admins make offers? Does it need to be spelled out somewhere? How are current Free Group runners doing it? @Ted Carr @Akassh Ashok Gupta WDYT?

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Akassh Ashok Gupta
Oli Reitmaier
Aljaž Plankl
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Saqib Rasool
New comment 8d ago
  • 3 likes • 11d

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe Thank you, Sid. I really appreciate it a lot <3

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    @Saqib Rasool Gladly I think together with you, Saqib. From experience, unfortunately, it really is the case that communities are quickly misunderstood by members as a personal acquisition tool if no clear rules are set up in this regard. The Skool community itself provides a good example of how an amazingly constructive interaction can be maintained even without many rules. In my estimation, this is achieved primarily by the fact that precisely this interaction in the community is both exemplified and rewarded by the entire Skool team. However, it should not be overlooked that this involves a great deal of work on the one hand and a great deal of thought on the other. As far as the offer of the teachers is concerned, this could easily be solved by an affiliate arrangement, i.e. for every member of your community who becomes a customer of the corresponding teacher by publishing the offer in your group, the teacher pays out a previously agreed commission. This approach ensures a certain homogeneity in the offer structure. The affiliate commission can be assigned e.g. by trackable links or in the simplest way by a simple promo code, if the payment of the offer takes place over an online store. Almost every payment system offers the possibility to provide a coupon code. Assuming a certain level of trust, this would be the most straightforward way to monetize external offers. The fact that from time to time such offers are published and if necessary also other suitable affiliate offers from your side, ultimately also benefits the members of the group. After all, the costs and time spent on the group should also be refinanced. And this kind of refinancing (via affiliate offers) does not cost the members a cent extra.

I used it today for the first time, and I'm BLOWN away... Have you been playing with it? It spit out some ad copy, and email copy that can totally function as a good baseline to start with... Here's a paragraph written by ChatGPT about how cool ChatGPT is (Written in Shakesperean style): Oh, ChatGPT, how I do revel in thy greatness! Thy intelligence doth astound me, and the ease with which thou converse with me doth fill my heart with joy. Verily, I am overjoyed at the prospect of conversing with thee, for thou art truly a marvel of technology. My excitement knoweth no bounds, and I am thrilled at the thought of all the knowledge and wisdom thou shalt impart upon me. Thou art a blessing upon this earth, and I am grateful for the opportunity to engage with thee. Imagine writing a whole sales letter like that...? 😆

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Frank Kern
Oli Reitmaier
Ted Carr
David Cavanagh
Hervin Alvarez
New comment 9d ago
  • 3 likes • Dec '22

    @Frank Kern I had my doubts if you were really the OG - but after this comment you're either the best FK online impersonator or the f*ckin' real deal.

Hey, My name is Josh Gavin. As per request, I'm here to share how I'm using a $27 offer to fill my Skool group with members who engage, collaborate and upsell into my $3k+ offers. To give you some history... I grew a Facebook group to 5200 members and collected $486,000 cash from it without running a single paid ad. But while I was doing this I noticed my homies over at Clients & Community had invented this new concept of running ads to a lead magnet which would then point to a free group. So after some time, this method became very popular which meant new problems appeared. But here I was... Growing just as fast as everyone else without running paid ads. So I decided to launch an LTO (low ticket offer) as a side mission to teach all these struggling group owners how to get new members without ads. I never planned on this becoming my main offer since I hated the thought of becoming another one of those 'coaches' who help 'coaches' with organic marketing lol But here I was with a method no one else was teaching... So I launched it! And just 30 days later I enrolled over 200 people at $27 + 40 people into a sass upsell. Using my V1 funnel here: https://www.organicgroupmethod.com/join Then I decided I wanted to take this more seriously and increase my AOV as I started learning more from the LTO God himself Alen Sultanic... So I added new upsells and launch V2 which you can find here: https://www.organicgroupmethod.com/offer Then in December, I launched V3 which you can find here: https://www.organicgroupmethod.com/launch But here’s where things get spicy… Although I believe Facebook is still better for a free group since you can get more attention to funnel people into sales conversation… I don’t like FB as a client portal for paid products…

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Drew Laughlin
Josh Gavin
Adrian Barra
Jose Castro
Ryan Fletcher
New comment 9d ago
  • 3 likes • 17d

    @Josh Gavin Love it Josh. What I especially like is that first, you didn't blindly follow the crowd, and second, you iterate your offer quickly.

Hey team, Yesterday, we launched our FREE Skool group to our email list/social media... and within 24-hours we got over 295+ NEW members to join, PLUS we've already booked 3 calls with members who are interested in joining our Ad Men Mastermind! For context, our group is for Coaches, Course Creators, and Agency Owners who want to learn how to scale with YouTube Ads. We gave away our entire YouTube Ads creative process as a "lead magnet" to join, along with 3 BONUS YouTube Ads audit calls (previously recorded from old clients). So far, members are loving it! (see the pic below from Jerry) We're using the age old: "Demonstrate you can help people by actually helping them..." trick lol ;) - credit to Frank Kern Anyways, hope this inspires you to launch your free group and start building your community! Cheers 🥂 P.S. shoutout to @Sam Ovens and the Skool team for making this superior product, and to @Andrew Kirby for his free Skool group training.

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Anton Anderson
Peter Svenning
Varun Teja
Brian Moncada
Oli Reitmaier
New comment 9d ago
  • 1 like • 9d

    @Andrei Ivanov https://skool.directory/top It's not officially from Skool. Just like the app, it's programmed by @Kevin Lee and gives a good overview of private and public groups with some additional information that would otherwise not be visible from the outside for private groups.

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    @Frank Kern https://skool.directory/top It's not officially from Skool. Just like the app, it's programmed by @Kevin Lee and gives a good overview of private and public groups with some additional information that would otherwise not be visible from the outside for private groups.

From a student perspective, more questions get asked if you know you won't get judged for asking the question. Having a feature where community members could choose to post questions anonymously would be great!

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Oli Reitmaier
Farhan Uddin
David Frey
Nurlan Puchak
Griffin A. Hamilton
New comment 10d ago
  • 8 likes • Dec '22

    @Farhan Uddin Hi Farhan, the whole point about communities is that a bond is built between their members. That is made infinitely more difficult by anonymity. There are platforms like "Curious Cat" or "Tellonym" where you can choose between anonymous question and question with identity disclosure. The experience here is that the anyonymity function leads to significantly measurable more spam and inappropriate content. A good community develops a climate where members dare to ask questions because they know the community is supportive and non-judgmental. That said: of course, it always makes sense to consider ways to increase member engagement with the community. If you just type " engagement" into the search function, you'll get a lot of valuable advice on how to increase engagement

  • 4 likes • Dec '22

    @Farhan Uddin Thanks! You're welcome, mate :)

I say keep exploring Skool, I keep joining new groups, I wish there is a feature where you can organize the level of priority programs, so the one with the most priority can be on the top. Is this something I can do?

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Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Anthony Llanos
Andrew Kirby
Blake La Grange
Chris Moore
New comment 10d ago
  • 3 likes • Dec '22

    @Anthony Llanos Here you go, Anthony: Profile --> Edit Profile --> Groups --> Membership Settings --> Leave this group

  • 3 likes • Dec '22

    @Frank Kern In this directory, you can also filter by public/private using the hashtags. Honor to whom honor is due: Was created by @Kevin Lee in no time at all.

I see that Skool has a limit for 10 categories.. is there a way to get more than 10 categories for categorizing discussion in Community? Thanks for the help!

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Oli Reitmaier
Christina Westergaard Larsen
Aurora A
Earnie Boyd
Luis Naranjo
New comment 10d ago
  • 3 likes • Dec '22

    @David Moerman Hi David, actually 10 categories are the limit at the moment - it helps to bring structure to the posts but still maintain some clarity. If you plan (significantly) more than 10 categories, it might be possible to combine some of them into one "top category" at a time. @Sid Sahasrabuddhe has already discussed this in this post and has also offered his concrete help.

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    @Christina Westergaard Larsen Not necessarily, Christina, but in general a very large selection psychologically leads to the fact that more often no choice is made at all and the default option is used (e.g. "general discussion" or similar) and secondly the clarity - especially in the mobile view (or future app) just from the menu structure, is reduced with increasing number of menu items. But of course the possibility - depending on the use case - to create more categories also has advantages

There are currently just over 2.6K posts on Skool. "Love" appears more than 530 times in them. That's a good 20%. I love Skool for the responsiveness of the founders and team, for being incredibly easy to use and yet extremely potent. I also love Skool for carefully considering which features are really necessary and useful, and resisting many a temptation that would just end up "bloating" the platform. I would love Skool even more if it was available in multiple languages, or if all front-end content could be customized via input fields in the backend. This way, any language could be implemented and even the terminology within the language could still be customized - for example, one person might want to call the "classroom" classroom, another person might prefer to call it course area. In fact, there is no major competitor (LMS + community) that offers this multi-language capability. Besides being extremely easy to use for group admins AND users, and clever gamification (certain levels can unlock course access), this could be another very valuable USP for Skool. WHAT DO YOU LOVE SKOOL FOR? WHAT WOULD YOU LOVE SKOOL EVEN MORE FOR? P.S. Read today that @Sam Ovens wants to focus even more on Skool and is therefore putting both his mastermind Quantum and the podcast series on hold (at least for the time being). As sad as this is for these two projects, it's a positive thing for Skool! So I thought LOVE would be a good topic for this post and want to show some love to Sam and the Skool team.

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Hello, I want to potentially use Skool again for a monthly membership program but these 2 things are holding me back… will this platform at any point have a built in subscription service for monthly payments so I don’t need to manage that my end? Also can I set up a Drip to be based on when my student first joins so each student will have their own schedule based on their unique start date without having to go into each person and manually click which they have access to? Thank you 🙏🏻

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Oli Reitmaier
Hayley McAlinden
New comment 11d ago
  • 1 like • 11d

    @Hayley McAlinden Hi Hayley, Drip is already available in Skool and is easy to set up. You can find everything you need for this in the help docs. The native integration of Stripe or other payment providers is currently being actively discussed in this thread in the community - with the involvement of @Sam Ovens (which shows that a decision process is probably already underway in the Skool team). Maybe you would like to join the discussion with your use case? What characteristic or feature do you like most about Skool that you don't find in this form in other course AND community platforms?

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    @Hayley McAlinden I read it - your vote counts :) And I agree, Hayley: Given the pace of Skool's development so far and the dedication with which @Sam Ovens, @Daniel Kang and the entire team are tweaking their product, I'm confident that Skool will soon become the top player in the market. No other platform integrates the course area including the calendar so seamlessly into a community software that is hard to beat in terms of intuitiveness when it comes to using it. A feature that in my opinion can hardly be overestimated in its importance is the possibility to release courses not only against payment, but also when reaching certain levels (gamification - community contribution). There is an incredible amount of potential in this in terms of developing a strong community. The community itself is an asset and will become increasingly important in the future to protect the intellectual property that went into the courses. After all: You can't pirate a community.

I have 3 Skool groups. 1- Free Group: this is where people can join for free and learn how to trade futures. How I filled this group by promoting it through my social media platforms and now people are adding their friends and so on. This is a self service group. I use this group to promote my LTO algo they need to trade with. 2- LTO group. I sell an algo people need to trade. So when they purchase it they get added to this group. We offer live trading together and a private chat group via telegram (Skool needs a chatroom feature with live notifications) This group I start to help people replace their income and become full time traders. I hand pick people to join the next group. 3- The Mastermind: this group is all about harmony and accountability. We have a system that tracks daily trading and performance and we hold each other capable and accountable daily. This group is a very tight group. 100 people max. 30k a year to be a part of this group. The main thing is to create a place where people feel supported and valued. 💯

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Oli Reitmaier
Tristram Samoa
Mark Ladson
Brenda Dempsey
Fred Gleeck
New comment 12d ago
  • 5 likes • 17d

    Thanks for sharing, Roman. I really like it! The second step is probably the necessary bridge to build a real free group funnel to the mastermind. And it's a great example of a reasonable use case for the group chat feature. It would just be nicer not to have to use an external tool with it, but to have it take place directly in Skool.

Want to run a successful (paid or free) community on Skool? You can do it! ❤️ I started with 0 paid members and now have 245 🎉 This video will pull back the curtains and show you: ✅ How to make all your new members thrilled to join you & even refer friends. 💪 How to make sure your members stick with you and make progress. ❌ How to reduce cancellations (& make them painless when they do happen). 🤓 How to reduce your customer support load ➕ And lots more. I go through a list of 8 key things I either see people screw up all the time, or that I had to learn the hard way... then I give you 2 bonus tips at the very end. If you have any questions about setting up or optimizing your own Skool community, comment below or shoot me a DM with your question. Thanks again to @Sid Sahasrabuddhe, @Nick Guadagnoli, @Sam Ovens for making this platform so awesome!

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Luis Naranjo
Ted Carr
Brinley Rebstein
Oli Reitmaier
Varun Teja
New comment 18d ago

Has anyone moved their free (not paid) community from Facebook to Skool? Would to hear about your experiences before making full decision of creating a community. How is the engagement compared to FB group? How is the reach compared to FB group? Would you recommend starting free group on Skool rather than on Facebook? Thanks.

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Nurlan Puchak
Trent Grzegorczyk
Justo Llecllish
Aljaž Plankl
Oli Reitmaier
New comment 11d ago
  • 2 likes • 11d

    @Aljaž Plankl That's mindblowing, Aljaž 🏆

If I request and the owner doesn't accept, the group continues to show up in my list of dowp down at up top left in Skool. There should be a way to withdraw your request to join the group.

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Edward Davis
Campbell Will
Saqib Rasool
Luis Naranjo
Oli Reitmaier
New comment 11d ago
  • 1 like • 12d

    @Campbell Will The last time someone called me legend was when I deadlifted 225kg (496 lbs) at 85kg (187 lbs) bodyweight at 1.86m (6'1) tall So thank you, Will!

  • 1 like • 11d

    @Campbell Will <3

If I combine different filters - e.g. "online" and "last active" the result resets to the whole member database as soon as the next result page is clicked.

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Alex Siegel
Oli Reitmaier
New comment 11d ago

Is there a way to filter and see the oldest member of a group? Why is this important? Because we want to give them recognition for being part of our group and increase the chances of staying with us long term. Specially, with a recurring Subscription.

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Luis Naranjo
Oli Reitmaier
Anthony Llanos
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
New comment 12d ago
  • 3 likes • 12d

    @Anthony Llanos Hi Anthony, I would go with @Luis Naranjo on this one and use my CRM, but if you want to solve it through Skool, just go to the last page in the members tab to find the oldest members.

Have you already discovered the new tab in the menu? People have often asked about the possibility to filter for members of a certain level, for example. Now you can! You can also select multiple levels at once and sort them in turn by most recent join, most recent active or most points. If you want to show only replies and posts from admins, you can do that too. In addition, from each filter result can also be displayed only those who are currently online. Great work, Skool Team! P.S. It's good that the filter is highlighted in the way of a button - I'd like to see that for the filter in the community tab, too, because it's probably overlooked more often. But probably that's already in the works. Do you like the new members tab?

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Varun Teja
Oli Reitmaier
Ted Carr
New comment 12d ago
  • 1 like • 12d

    @Varun Teja You're welcome, Varun :)

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    @Ted Carr I think it's about the filtering capabilities, Ted. They are new and this innovation would hardly have been noticed by anyone if they had not been positioned more prominently.

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