GET POWERFUL, INTUITIVE GROUP MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING FOR LEARNDASH.
LearnDash Groups are a fantastic way to organize students into logical units for reporting and course access. With them, organizations can see data for their students or employees only, allowing effective privacy controls, and group members see only the courses allocated to their school or organizations.
With Uncanny Groups for LearnDash, we build on the basic capabilities of LearnDash groups and extend them with the following features:
- Front end group reporting, including essay and assignment management
- Full user management for groups, so Group Leaders can add, edit and remove users
- Individual and group sales for ecommerce (sell licenses to organizations and schools for self-management!)
- Progress overrides
- Optional email capabilities from Group Leaders to students
IF YOU USE LEARNDASH GROUPS FOR B2B SALES, YOU NEED THIS PLUGIN.
With Uncanny Groups for LearnDash, users can configure, buy, manage and report on their groups using a powerful front-end interface–freeing you to focus on growing your business. Paired with WooCommerce, you can easily sell groups with a pre-configured list of courses or you can let buyers choose the courses they want in their groups. All customers need to do is choose the number of seats for the group, name the group, and on purchase completion they get full access to front end group management so Group Leaders can add and oversee their students.
There’s even support for subscription-based groups (this requires WooCommerce Subscriptions), LearnDash group hierarchies (for managing complex organizations) and even pooling group seats/licenses across hierarchies. Or take things to the next level with Uncanny Automator, where our free version allows creating groups with other ecommerce and membership plugins, and adding/removing seats can be done based on form submission, event attendance or anything else you can think of.
Uncanny LearnDash Groups gives group leaders exactly what they need to manage and report on their users – without having to access the confusing wp-admin interface.