Hi is there capability to show a graphic rather than a video in a module? Use case - I have a template hub and do not require videos for each module but it looks rather bland with just a description and link.
For a better user experience, the profile page should also have the main menu. Have noticed this here before in another context regarding the UX and it always strikes me. When I'm on a profile page and want to go to the classroom or calendar, for example, it takes me two clicks to get there. The main menu, which takes up very little screen real estate (in mobile view then as a burger menu or burger submenu), would allow me to get there with one click and generally give me better orientation. Faster and easier navigation makes the platform easy to use. Is it possible without: Of course! But shouldn't the aspiration be to make Skool as simple and user-friendly as possible? What are your thoughts on this? Main menu also on profile pages?
In Kajabi it's possible to link a page to refer a friend. What is the best way to do this on skool in a way that stands out and allows to have a good explanation (ex: different tier of referral, commissions, etc ...). Obviously Skool has his own referral built in but is there a way for users to do it? This would be an amazing, refferals generate a lot of cash flow in out case.
Hey guys, I'm French, and there are no good tools to use from my country, that is why I always use american ones. But the problem is that my clients doesn't always speak english or understand it. Is it possible to translate the settings by myself if I get skool, so that I can have a full french plateforme, or not yet ? :)
I'd like to ask my new sign ups if they have booked an orientation call or not and if they haven't I want to provide a human friendly link they can click on to do so from the question. Is this possible? Two related questions: - Are member questions skipped when someone is accepting an invitation sent via webhook? - If someone answers the member questions are they accepted into the group right away or are they in some sort of pending state waiting for approval?
I would really appreciate if the community posts had an italics and bold feature because it helps make my announcement posts more interesting and engaging. I feel like I can write with more MMMPH if I have access to italics and bold font. This would make a HUGE difference for me and my overall enjoyment using this platform! I'd LOVE to see it!!! (otherwise I'm LOVING my new skool group and plan to stick around for a LONG time!)
Sup peeps, new here. Seeing MASSIVE potential in using groups on skool to scale businesses (I might completely replace our FB offer). Were currently using a software called flowchat to manage group members as well as outbound DM, setting etc. My question is this -- are group chats on the road map for skool (we use this in FBG to intro setters to leads, it's such a smooth handover) and is there a way to find the "chat url" belonging to specific chats in skool? We could easily integrate this into what we're doing right now, but the connecting piece is the chat Url to be able to access to chat easily from flowchat. Thanks V
@Sid Sahasrabuddhe Posted this in Uplevel, but wanted to share here as a feature request. The day after I posted this, I sold a client on a 6 month membership to my program/community access/support, and lifetime access to videos, so it would be awesome if the below were implemented 🙏 After thinking about the Wetube announcementyesterday, reading through the comments and mostly understanding the direction things seem to be headed, it seems like the following would be helpful in orienting the Skool platform towards those goals: 1. Having the ability to remove the Community, Calendar, & Leaderboard tabs from a user's permissions. This would allow for someone to have access to the course material (for possible low ticket content-only access, or as continued access to Classroom but removal from the Community section after a set amount of time) for life, without adding to the overall community group numbers. Similar to Clickfunnels membership funnels. Also, if someone wanted full access it could be turned back on (an upgrade fee). Doing this would solve a lot of the growth problems. 2. Having the ability when adding a member, to set an automatic removal date (from Skool altogether, or only from the 3 above-mentioned sections), so that reminders wouldn't have to be set to remove members at certain times, based on what "full program access" timeframe was offered (3 months, 6 months, 1 year, etc)
Will there ever be an option to turn off community, classroom, leaderboards, calendar.. etc? I would love the option to be able to simple toggle these on and off — and for example just use the Skool platform for content and not have it be a community. Just as I'm able to have it be a community without having content. More context: I'm using Skool for my program. it's 4 months worth of coaching and support. After that, they pay monthly or are kicked out. However, I want them to continue to have access to the courses - just not the support/coaching... so I built another Skool just for content... but now I'm realizing I can't turn off the community aspect and I don't want it to turn into territory for other business coaches to just poach my past clients and spam the community. I'd rather it just be off and give students access to the content only.
I am creating a group with multiple levels of access. I also will be providing coaching to members for a set period of time (e.g., 8 weeks) - but they would still have access to community after 8 weeks are up. It would be nice to be able to only show them coaching call events on calendar when they are eligible (but they would still see other events like social meetups, etc after).
I have a few courses in my community and many times I need to announce stuff that's only relevant to people taking a particular course. I can't separate the community into multiple courses -- that would complicate things even more. It would be great to add this feature. Thanks :)
Can we discuss editing permission for posts (mostly titles) on admin and moderator level? I was part of three big free forums back in the days. Quality ones, just what people want to build with free groups. Some people just have bigger learning curve to follow the techincal culture of communicating. Titles are really important for the presence, quality and ease of user experience. Yes, you can dm a person and ask them to change it. But... It's faster and easier for admin or moderator to correct it and make a good example + send a short private message to the post owner. I hope this was helpful. @Sam Ovens @Sid Gotam @Nick Guadagnoli
if we send the link for someone to join our community... and they fill in their email and info... is there then a way to automatically have that data be transported to a spreadsheet or ideally our CRM system with an integration of sorts? Thanks
In a course I'm taking perhaps hosted in Kajabi it shows the next video loading with the circle changing color like a timer- it definitely works to get me to watch the next video. Is this in the works for the Skool classroom feature?
When searching in learning groups, you sometimes want the newest information related to your query due. This could be because there are changes in the world related to your query so the most recent information is most relevant. It could also be because there are some repeated key search terms you search for that are important to you. I am sometimes am searching a few terms on repeat in Skool that I still am seeking new information on, the issue is I always have to scour search results to try to stumble across something I have not seen already. It's quite random in that sense. My request is to implement a sort by newest to oldest in the search results, so that you aren't continually having to search through old, sometimes outdated, information.
Hey team, we are looking at adding automated subscriptions (monthly payments) as one of our offers. We would like to add Skool as the manager of this however with the payment portal being seperate in past experience it has frustrated users. I know how to connect Thrivecart for one off payments but would love a native integration of sorts. Is something like this in the works?
Hello guys, i love Skool, the only issue i am having is about the translation of the platform. My community is of spanish speaking people, even though some of the understand english the problem is that the UX is not great when some things are in english and some in spanish. Me and my team volunteer to write the text strings needed to translate the platform to spanish, is this possible?
Wouldn't it be good if you could embed Skool posts into a website similar to Facebook posts - INCLUDING the commenting function? This would not only have the advantage that you could more easily do without FB or FB groups if you have used this FB feature so far, but it could also generate additional attention for Skool outside the "Skool universe". Of course, this would not be as smooth to solve with registration as with the embedded FB comment feature, because (still and completely incomprehensibly) significantly less people have a Skool account than a FB account. BUT you could even use this feature to attract new Skool members by letting site visitors choose: "Comment as guest" (then an ava is automatically assigned and no further info about the commenter) or "Log in to your skool account" or "Register for a free skool account" - for logged in skool members the ava would then be generated accordingly from the skool profile picture and possibly additional info like level etc. (which could make non-skool members curious about what's behind skool). If it were possible to track newly registered Skool users via an affiliate link and assign them to the owner of the website with the embedded Skool comment function, this could increase the motivation to use this feature in practice considerably.