On the course’s toolbar, you can navigate to the Access tab and manage some really significant settings for each course.
You can select the course’s type, even if you had given a different course type, in creating a course via the course manager.
- If you change a course type from Free to Paid, Private, Draft, or Coming soon, users that were previously enrolled in the course will be unenrolled. Users must purchase the course to regain access to the Paid and Private access types. Access can also be reinstated if you revert the course's price back to free.
- If users are enrolled in a Paid or Enrollment Closed course and the status changes to Free or Private, they will not lose access.
Course’s public URL/Course ID
Make your users anticipate the next section of your course by drip-feeding by date/days/weeks.
You can set up your course's expiration date (days, weeks, months).
After purchase navigation
While your goal is to sell your courses easily, you should not forget that the after-purchase steps of the user have to be correctly predicted as well. This is a great moment to up-sell another course or to just redirect the user straight to the course player.
Decide whether, after the payment, the user will be redirected to the Course Description page (layout page), the Course Player, the school’s After Login page (where they can see their purchased courses), to a Thank you page (available to the Pro plans or higher) to another page of your school or to an external URL (available for the Learning Center plans or higher), after users click on the Automatic Enroll button.
You can apply the same after purchasing navigation to all courses by clicking on Apply to all Courses.