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General Overview: Creating Courses

Once you create your school, you can start creating and selling your courses

What kind of courses can I have?

You can have 6 different kinds of courses: Paid, Draft, Coming Soon, Enrollment Closed, Free, and Private


Note: Paid, Draft, and Coming Soon courses are available in all our plans. Enrollment closed, Free, and Private requires upgrading to the Pro trainer plans or higher. You can find more about the courses' types here.

What learning activities can I create?

Each course is divided into sections and each section is divided into learning activities. 

Sections can be set as a draft, soon, free, or paid in order to better manage your courses. Check out how to use sections and organize your courses here

The supported learning units are divided into 5 categories:

Multimedia: Video, Ebook, Pdf, YouTube, SoundCloud, Audio & SCORM/HTML 5 Package

Live session: Live Meetings & Webinars With Zoom & Live Meetings & Webinars with Webex

Questionnaires: Quiz, Exam, Assignment, File Assignment, Graded SCORM package

Certificates: Certificate & Certificate of Completion

Embed: Embed, Slideshare & External Link

You can find out more information on the supported learning activities here.

Where can I set my course's settings?

Each course consists of tabs where you can set up your preferences. They allow you to customize each course separately in order to fit your needs. Let's have a course overview.

How to configure the SEO of my courses?

The main purpose of the SEO configuration for your courses is to make the course pages more easily discoverable by search engines and proper indexing of their information. 


For more information about the process, you can check out our relevant guide: How to configure a course's SEO

Course layout page Vs. Course player

The Course layout page is the "welcome" page of your course. Users can find more information about the course, check the contents (according to the contents sections you have added), and also enroll. If the course was a book, the layout page would be the book cover. 


The Course player is the "classroom" where the course takes place. As soon as a user enrolls in the course, the course content (learning activities you have created), appears in the course player.


Once you create the course, add the content, and set up your preferences, you are ready to start selling it. However, what about some more useful tips? Check out the following links:

How to drip feed your courses

How to duplicate a course

How to presell a course

How to organize your courses in categories

How to sell a private (unlisted course)


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