Create a course using

In this article, you will learn how to create your own membership site using

You will need:

    • a account

Here's how it works!

In the menu, go to "Products/Sales" and then click on "Courses" (number 1 in the image).
Then click on the "Add a new course" button to be able to create a new course (number 2 in the image).

On the next page, add the relevant course details such as name, description, images, etc. 

Click on "Save" at the top of the same page to save the settings you have made.
Note: You can change this information after you have created your course by following the procedure described in the article How to modify the information of a course.

Create a course module

With your course created, it's time to create a module. 

To do so, click on the "Add module" button.

A pop-up will appear with a field for you to enter the module name. Enter the name of your module then hit the "save" button to save your changes. 

Create a lecture

With your module now created, let's create the first lecture of your course. 
Inside your module, click the "add lecture" button then fill out the pop-up that appears with the relevant information:
  • The name of the lecture
  • A delay after the previous lecture

Note: "A delay after the previous lecture" determines two things:

  1. How soon a customer unlocks the first lecture after they get access to a course.
  2. The amount of time (in days) that customers must wait before accessing a new lecture.

In the example below, Lecture 1 is set to deliver after zero (0) days. This means customers will unlock the first lecture as soon as they get access to the course.

Next, we have a delay of 1 day for the remaining lectures. This way, a customer unlocks a new lecture each day. 

These features are only available under the "Drip Content" access type.

If a customer has full access to your course all lectures will be immediately available. 

Click here to learn more about the different access types.

The next step is to choose a template for your lecture. 

Once you choose your template, you'll be taken to the course editor to customize your course. 

Edit your lecture until it's just the way you want it. 

Click on "Save" to create your first lecture. 

To create additional lectures, you can repeat the steps above or duplicate the current one by clicking the duplicate button (#1 in the image below)

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