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Your virtual online gym, mindset hub and wellness community.

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68 contributions to Skool Community
How many DM's does an "innocent" person send in 1-week?
Imagine you're a member of some groups (not the owner or admin). Somebody "innocent", not somebody trying to sell people stuff... How many new people would you start a DM conversation with in 1-week?
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New comment 17d ago
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Only allow sending 1 message to any one person until the person responds with something and "opens up the door" to future messages between the two people. To setup limits for initiating messages, go with what works for linkedin as they have tested this and deal with a lot of spam. In Skool's case, owners/admins of a paid skool group would have no sending limits in their group - unless you find that spam from group owners/admins is an issue. For everyone else - 25 "first messages" per 24 hour period allowed. If someone responds to your message, then that unlocks unlimited messages between the 2 people.
Question about the Skool membership
Hey, I would like to create multiple, individual communities. Is there an option/another model for this, or do I have to buy the normal membership twice?
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New comment Dec '23
1 like • Dec '23
hey oliver - you have to pay twice. each community you start is $99/mo. no brainer, tho.
Organize notifications, saving posts, Respond to comment, make commend read?
I have some suggestions: I get a lot of notifications from various groups that I’m in, and it does become quite overwhelming. 1. It might be fun to have a setting where you can organize notifications by group instead of just having them split by notifications and messages. This way I can tackle and prioritize where I want to spend my time I know you can see what group the notification came from, but having a way to have a segmented where I can click into a group and see only those notifications that would be r really helpful for me. 2. Another component that I think could be really helpful is if I have a notification about a comment and I respond to that comment on the platform, the comment is then automatically marked as read in my notifications, because I clearly read it and responded to the post or comment containing it. Now I have to respond to a comment and then go and mark it as read in my notifications which is just extra steps because I have already responded to it. 3. being able to save posts to a saved post section on my profile or by group would be really valuable. I constantly come across valuable posts that I want to refer back to you for information or some thing and right now I’m taking that URL and adding it to my notes. It would be nice to be able to save it somewhere on school so I can refer back to all my saved posts. This could also be gamified as well. If someone is in a group that gets a lot of saved posts, they could go up and rank or something. Or maybe they can get “most valuable poster” award or something. Anyway just some ideas to chew on! Thanks for checking it out!
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Anyone else getting pitched alot in Skool?
I'm starting to see this more and more. I'm not one to tattle tale on folks unless I think it's a totally fake profile which I believe I got today, but I also don't want to see Skool become a cold pitch fest. How do you think we should handle this?
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New comment Aug '23
0 likes • Aug '23
I do get a few here and there. Unavoidable in all platforms. Look at what happens on LinkedIn! Where people with money gather, so shall the people gather, who want to take it.
Descript video URL embed support?
Can we look into that? Descript is SICK
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New comment Jul '23
2 likes • Jul '23
Yeah, it’s great because once you publish the video it’s equivalent to a loom experience. But they have customized captions, amazing editing features, their filler word removal and silence remover is one of the most superior, the overdub feature is really powerful, export is a breeze (if you wanna download) and it’s also really easy to add B-roll which is massive. Loom’s advantage is that it is widely adopted by creators to easily spin up a screen share video. But when you need video editing, more versatility in the type of content you’re producing, caption support and exporting to social media - Descript is by far superior in every single aspect. Disclosure: I am simply a paying descript user and do not receive any compensation from them.
0 likes • Jul '23
@Nurlan Puchak true
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Serial entrepreneur focused on creating content, building communities and providing services that help individuals live their best life.

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