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Statistical and dynamic pages in the online course

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For each page of an online course you can specify in the Settings whether you want to create a static page or a dynamic page.


Dynamic pages (default)

In the case of dynamic pages, the participant can click on "Completed" in the upper right corner and thus mark the page as completed. You can also rename the Done button.


The Done button has even more functions and options:

a) Learning progress bar

Your participant can see the percentage of the pages he has already completed in the learning progress bar. Of course, static pages do not count in the percentages.

b) Quizzes / Learning progress control

You can also store quiz questions for each page on dynamic pages, which the participant can or must answer in order to get to the next lesson. The quiz questions appear after clicking on "Done". You can find more about this in the article "How can I use a quiz to monitor my online courses?"

c) Teilnehmer über Update der Seite informieren

You can automatically notify participants who have already completed the page about changed content. You can find out how to do this in the article "Informing course participants aboutabout updates to my online course"

d) Send a timed mail to the customer

Use the "Completed Page" event under E-Mail to send an e-mail to the customer after clicking the button and to congratulate him, for example, on his course progress.

Static Pages

In the case of static pages, the participant cannot mark the pages as "completed". Therefore, the functions described above, which are available for dynamic pages, are not applicable. Otherwise, static pages work the same way.

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