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Cody McDowell
Tim Schmaddebeck
Mareya Ali
Juan Lanteri
Nick Guadagnoli
New comment 8h ago
  • 1 like • 21d

    Awesome. Keep up the good work guys. Headed in the right direction with gamification unlocking things. Excited to see more updates that encourage engagement.

Groups become overpowered if they encourage connection. Especially in-person connection. Imagine a map that has a pin where every user is (if they want to share location). Would make it so much easier to connect with people in the group. Am I the only one that would love this?



Ian O'Brien
Earnie Boyd
James Brazeau
Lee Jia Suen
Harry Whelchel
New comment 3d ago
  • 2 likes • 11d

    This would be great! We have a lot of local businesses in our community who would love to share local referrals

I’m brand new to Skool. Joined last week and created my first group. I have around 15 clients getting great results and they all love skool ready to scale up to 75+ before 2023



Nick Guadagnoli
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Dom Summers
Cody McDowell
Jesse Clark
New comment 8d ago

Good morning! Can we downolad a spreadsheet with students' emails, names and access date? I'd like to do some internal controls, in order to, for exemple, exclude some members after 1 year, if they don't purchase again our courses. Is it possible?🙂



Marcos Razzetti
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Tyler Tumminelli
New comment 9d ago
  • 1 like • 9d

    This would be great because it would help avoid double opt-in for free groups. Currently I get them to opt-in on landing page for group and then they still have to sign up for skool, with this we could just get them to sign up for skool and get their info.

I know a lot of people invite their clients manually into their groups, but my group is a free community at the moment and it’s used to provide value and nurture leads. I think it’d be cool if invites could be incentivized the same way levels give rewards, so that we can grow the free community quicker. E.g. if they invite a friend to the group they’re rewarded a course or a discount or whatever we want to give them. This could also get more people using Skool.



Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Tyler Tumminelli
John Mwesigwa
New comment 10d ago

Classroom is a lightweight content portal for online courses. Create modules, embed videos, add resources, transcripts, and track student progress. Classroom integrates with your Skool community, so your students will have 1-login, 1-profile, and 1-search — for everything. Totally free. Watch the video below to see how it works. Enjoy!



Tim Navarro
Kieran Moloney
Richard Matharoo
Sam Ovens
JB The Wizard
New comment 13d ago
  • 0 likes • May '21

    @Nick Guadagnoli Okay. is that something that might happen in future?

  • 0 likes • May '21

    @Nick Guadagnoli appreciate it. So right now we offer a portion of the course as a free trial. But I wouldn't want those free trial people to have access to the community. That would be one case.

Would love to white-label Skool



Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Shaneil Stewart
Tyler Tumminelli
Roman Pearl
Anthony Llanos
New comment 13d ago
  • 2 likes • 14d

    I kind of like the Skool brand and that it has universal notifications across all your groups. So, eventually, when Skool continues to get bigger, and people are using it for all their online education needs, it'll bring people back to your group because of the other groups they're a part of. It'll be the known platform for online education and will get people logging into their Skool account to learn and we could all benefit from the Skool brand.

I've found that it's easy to get people to engage in the group when they first join (introduce themself, etc.). Do you think lowering the resistance for level 2 could be a good idea? E.g. When they first comment or post it gives them a celebration-type pop-up saying they leveled up and tells them the reward they get (if there is one). I feel like this could help to give them immediate positive reinforcement and encourage future engagement.



Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Tyler Tumminelli
New comment 14d ago
  • 2 likes • 14d

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe Gotcha. Yes, I'm just thinking like as low as one post or comment so it hits them with immediate dopamine when they post one time. And I was thinking of it like on the iphone where confetti comes down when you say congrats. I feel like that'd be pretty cool for immediate gratification to celebrate their first level up lol

How will I know if I got approved? Filled out the form a few weeks ago.



Siddhesh Sahasrabuddhe
Tyler Tumminelli
Zahida A Khan
Michelle Newhouse
New comment Oct '20
  • 1 like • Oct '20

    Okay great thanks! I didnt launch my private group yet for my clients in my uplevel type program, so I don’t have anything facebook yet because have been waiting to do the group since I’ve heard of skool! Hope that doesn’t effect me in getting approved.

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