I'm wondering if you can set it so I can create a category that goes only with a certain member level access, that way my advanced members comments are not shown in the entire group if the person is not at a certain member level.
@Sid Sahasrabuddhe That’s probably one general way to think of it yes but the fact is at the higher level of membership I share some very private stuff, and the comments are literally giving it away for free and that’s not useful
@Brenzen Zettl Well obviously a higher level member access provides more valuable content what if I was in your group giving all of the valuable content away in my comments that literally negates your higher level access because now everyone is getting it for free
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!
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Often I create a module with no video [just text based instructions], but feel as if it would be much more visually pleasing to be able to add a header image to the classroom module; curious if you can add that option?
When adding a new member via webhook, after a purchase - can we control which course or module(s) they have access to automatically? OR does there have to be a "available to everyone" module and then manually approve them at the level they purchased?
It would be very valuable for me to have the course images show to members that don't have access, essentially greying out what "would" be available if they were at that level or purchased a higher level course. Right now only the course that member has access to shows, but it would help me be able to show the other available courses/levels in a greyed out manner just to let them know higher levels are available that they don't have access to yet.
@Sid Sahasrabuddhe - I do have the pricing levels on my checkout page however, once they are in at a certain level they would not be able to see the additional training/levels and I was hoping to use that as a reminder they don't have full training access if they come in at the beginner level.
I have created a private group and am creating courses, however when doing so in the course creation area I see "Permissions" and it says... All Members Have Access Only Some Members Have Access If I choose "only some members have access" where is that controlled at? meaning, where do I control which members have access? (see image)
I host my videos on Amazon S3 and it’s a really awesome and cheap solution literally pennies per month to host hundreds and hundreds of videos. It would be awesome if we could add this as a video option to the system.
1. FB is distracting AF. Skool is zen - although I wish I could disable that nasty red notification bell lol. I will still have my team use FB for the free group function & to nurture leads in the DM's - but I will use Skool for my paying customers. They deserve my full attention. 2. Skool has everything I need to develop a membership subscription community. The community, classroom and calendar create form a trifecta experience. I will take payments via a ClickFunnels checkout page, process the payment via Stripe and then use a Webhook (Zapier) to invite the customer to Skool + have my thank you page explain how & why to join Skool. 3. The community, calendar & classroom feature are SO EASY to use, and are nearly perfect for what I want to do with a membership group - and I've signed up for over 10 other platforms searching for the best... Thinkific, teachable, circle, ghost, kajabi, podia, etc. but found them too clunky and confusing. 4. Skool is light, fast, clean & organized. It simply FEELS good to be in... like my Tesla lol. Nice job, team. 5. Anything Sam (& his team) build I know will get better with time, and we are in the EARLY DAYS! I'm very excited to see what comes next. I hope Skool can stay pure & simple as it is now... Curious, what are some reasons YOU love Skool? And are you making the switch from some other platform? Why or why not?
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