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How To Set Up An Online (In-App) Course in TrainerFu?
In this tutorial, we are going to show you how you can set up an in-app educational course for your clients, which will run automatically, and deliver them information nuggets in a consistent & timely manner.
Setup time: 5-10 minutes
Now, to get started with setting up an in-app educational course, the first step is to figure out the topic on which you want to educate your clients.
Step 1: Create a course outline
To create a course outline, break-down the entire course outline into bite-size content pieces, which can ideally be consumed by your clients in under 7-10 minutes.
Once you are done creating your course content, the next step is to set it up in TrainerFu.
Step 2: Schedule the course content
To schedule the course content, you first need to create a training group. To do that, head over to the Groups sections and create a new group. Give this group a meaningful name.
While creating the group, make sure that you select “Yes” in the prompt below:
Once a group has been created, head over to the group’s messaging centre.
Click on the “Schedule Group Message” button.
Add a scheduled message for every piece of content that we created in the previous step.
Schedule the content pieces such that there’s at least one day gap between the two messages. That way your clients would have sufficient time to digest every piece of information.
Click on save when you’re done, and that’s it. Your course is now set up on TrainerFu.
Step 3: Add clients to the group
Now to deliver this course to a client, you simply need to add them to this group by navigating to Members sections inside the group.
Select the client(s) that you want to add to the group, and click on the “Add Members” button. This will successfully add them to this group.
Once you have added your client as group members, the content will be delivered to them automatically in their Trainerfu chat, as per the set schedule.
Need more help setting up your online course? Write to us at: email@example.com.
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