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Dashboard Menu Management - Courses

How to add or create a new course

Adding a new course to your platform is a straightforward process that enables you to enhance your learning offerings. This guide will walk you through the steps of adding or creating a new course, complete with visual aids and detailed instructions.

Step-by-Step Guide:

1. Access the Course Management Section:

Navigate to the menu section and locate the option labeled Course. Click on it to access the course management area.

2. Add a New Course:

Once in the course management section, you will find a button labeled “+ New Course”. Click on this button to initiate the course creation process.

3. Enter Course Details:

In the course creation window, you'll need to input specific information about the new course you're adding. Here are the details you'll be required to provide:

Course Name: Enter the name of the new course in this field.
Position: Select the position of the course. The position determines the sequence in which the course will be presented to learners.
Course Color Selection: Choose a color for the course. This can help visually differentiate between courses.
Auto Fire Time Interval: Set the time interval for when the course will be triggered after the completion of the previous course.

4. Save the New Course:
After entering all the necessary information, click the Save button to create the new course and add it to your platform.

Course NameEnter the course name.
PositionSelect the course position – the course position will determine the sequence of the course to be served.
Course Color SelectionSelect a course color.
Auto Fire Time IntervalThis sets the time when to fire the course after the previous course is fired.


Adding a new course to your platform can be done quickly and efficiently by following these simple steps. Whether you're enhancing your online learning offerings or expanding your curriculum, the process outlined above will help you seamlessly integrate new courses into your platform's structure.

Remember, you can also refer to the video tutorial linked above for a visual demonstration of the entire process. If you have any further questions or encounter any issues, please don't hesitate to reach out to our support team for assistance.

Updated on: 11/17/2023

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