After creating a course, the first thing you see in front of you is your new course page. As you can see, there are a bunch of editing choices. The tabs at the top can guide you, showing the available changes you are able to make.

Firstly, you must always remember to press the “Save” button at frequent intervals so that you ensure that your content stays protected and won’t get deleted by a mistake.

You are also able to preview any element of your page and your course player too, using the magnifying lens buttons.

Then, you can check out the available tabs of your course through which you can change your Layout, edit your Contents, manage the Access and Settings of your course, visit the course’s Video Library or easily fly to the Dashboard.

Let’s take a glimpse of what each tab includes:

Layout Page

Essentially, this is the cover of your course, the page where learners are introduced to the course and its content. Also, this is the page where they can enroll. So make sure you razzle-dazzle them right from the beginning and they are bound to become members of the school community!


From this page you can easily create, edit and supplement your course with valuable content through which learners can learn, discover, engage, have fun and test their knowledge to eventually get a relevant certification. Upload your material, set up sections and activities and then it's “show time”.


Once you are in the Access tab, you can select the access type of your course, find its public URL (in case you want to directly share it), set up a drip feed to offer scheduled content releases and, if you want, give your course an expiration date.


Customize your course card, add the course to a category, and manage course SEO. All from the Settings tab. 

Course Player

Once in the Course Player tab, you can change the course player skin, customize the course player, specify whether learners can navigate freely in the course contents or have to comply with specific restrictions, and more.

Video library

Whenever you want to upload a video in a course’s video library, this is the place to be. Once in there, your videos can be easily linked to every video unit you create.


With a click of the mouse, you can instantly view an overall report of your course with a revenue chart, basic course information like latest users, sales, exams and certificates.