Is this scenario right for you?
This is an advanced scenario for delivering your course content. It’s the perfect scenario for you if you’re creating a course that has different levels (example: DIY, Community, VIP) where higher levels have access to content in the lower levels.
Please note! There are many ways that you can create this type of course using AccessAlly. This video walkthrough will show you the simplest option but you can take this format and tweak it to make it work best for your course.
Step-by-Step Video Walkthrough
|2||What this looks like for your participants - Frontend View|
|3||Creating this in the AccessAlly Course Wizard - Backend View|
|4||Adding Course Icons for Each Level|
|5||Creating Your Order Form Offers, Products, and a Toggle|
|6||Send out a Welcome Email|
1. Scenario Overview
If you’re creating a course with multiple levels like DIY, Community, and VIP or Bronze, Silver, and Gold. You can use a Stage-Released Course and tags to create your course levels. Remember tags control access and as long as a user has a tag they are able to see the content. When a user does not have a tag this content is hidden from view.
2. What this looks like – frontend view
The image below is an example of what this looks like for a user that is at the highest level of your course. They have access to all three levels within your course. If a user purchases Level 1 they’ll see level 2 and level 3 as greyed-out icons. If they purchase Level 2 they’ll see Level 3 as a grey-out icon.
3. What this looks like – backend view
4. Course Icons for Each Level
5. Creating Your Order Form Products, Offers, and a Toggle
6. Sending a Welcome Email
This walkthrough uses AccessAlly order forms (Offer > Automation) to give access to the course after successful payment.
You’ll want to send out a welcome email so your new participant can get back to the course at any time. This welcome email will be sent out from your CRM system using the Made_Purchase tag as the starting point of your sequence or automation.
- Made_Purchase tag – to start the sequence or automation in your CRM.
- Welcome email sent via your CRM – this can include login information if you’re storing passwords.