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The drop-out refers to the time when the content of a page in your online course is no longer displayed to your customer.

You can provide this in the settings for the online course.

  • If you have chosen the "from payment" setting, you select 0-x days after the product was delivered (usually the day of payment). Here you can also specify a time, so that the pages are activated for all customers at a specific time.
  • If you have selected the "From date" setting for the course, you can provide a specific date and time.


If you have stored content in the "Content by end date" tab, this content will now be displayed.


Use cases

Use this, for example, if you organize an online conference where each lecture is only activated for a short period of time.

Or offer a taster course in which customers have access to the pages for a certain period of time, but have access to the course itself for even longer. You can then advertise in the course itself - either via the content for "Content after end date" or via additional pages that are displayed permanently.


The "Content after End Date" will only be displayed if your customers still have access to the course.

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