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Linking directly to a specific course lesson

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If you go straight to your course lesson/page or an interview at your online conference, your customers can access the lesson directly after logging in, without having to search long to find out which lesson the email belongs to.

You can find the link to the lesson directly on the respective page of your online course, conference or membership area in the content step. 

Step-by-step instructions:

  • Click on "Products" and then on your course.
  • Click on "Edit."
  • Go to the "Contents".
  • Here you can find the link to the lesson at the top and copy it to the clipboard with "Copy."

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Now you can send the link by email or, for example, include it in the drip-in email of the lesson. Perhaps you can also create an image for a button, for example "to the interview," and put the link behind it so that your participants can then click on the button to go directly to the linked lesson. This could then look like this example from an online conference.

Example of "To the interview"

What are the advantages for your participants?

By clicking on the link or the image, you will first be taken to your login page (if you are not yet logged into your buyer account) and after logging in directly to the lesson or page without having to search for a long time.

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