Settings to check before launching a Public: Paid course

It's important to double-check your course settings before going live, to make sure you have completed all the settings required for a Public (Paid) class.


Go to Course Setup > General > Change Class.

Check that your class type is set to Public (Paid)

Step 3

Make sure you have set a price for your course and the currency.

Step 4

Make sure that this Public (Paid ) class is set as the default.

Step 5

If you haven't done so already, you will need to contact our Customer Success Team with your PayPal or bank details. Please follow the steps outlined in this article.


This step is optional, but we highly recommend setting a start date where your course goes live in 3-4 weeks' time. This enables you to promote your course and get a group of students starting together. This article explains in further detail.

Go to Administer Students > Timeline.

Set the class to be Scheduled and set the start date and time.

If you need to stage the release of your modules, you can do this here in the Class Schedule. Drag the modules to the right to delay the start time.


This is the page that potential students see before deciding to enrol. This is more your marketing page, where you can highlight the key benefits of taking your course for students.

Go to Course Setup > Landing Page.

Make sure you have completed all of the components, including adding a promo image or video.

To see how the page looks from the student side, click on View landing page at the bottom of the page.


Once you've checked all of these settings, you can turn your course online by following the steps in this article: How do I turn my course online?

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