Adding content to your program doesn’t require you to be tech savvy but it can still be impressive! Set up your intro emails (optional for each module), create or upload your content (including PDFs, video & images), add tasks & worksheets and you’re ready to go!
Keep reading for a detailed outline to each of these steps.
Add a Module
- Name your module
- Create a short description of your program so clients know what the program is about.
- Select if content is locked until a scheduled date or if it’s available to access once the participant has registered. This option cannot be adjusted after the module has been created
- If content is locked, specify when you’d like it to be unlocked and available to participants.
- (Optional) Write a welcome email to introduce the module.
Adding Content to a module.
The content you add to each module will be the backbone of your program. You can add pre-recorded videos and audio clips as well as documents and images to complete your content. You can add content to your module by simply uploading existing content from your computer and/or you can create your content in Practice Better using our Text Editor.
- Create content using the built-in Text Editor.
- Attach supporting external documents or even upload an already existing program instead of using the Text Editor.
Adding Tasks to your module is a great way to keep clients on track and keeping them accountable and help them (and you!) to track their progress.
- Go to the Tasks tab and click on Add task to complete
- Name and describe your task.
- Set an optional due date for your task.
- Tasks will be accessible at the same time as their corresponding module.
Adding Forms & Worksheets to a module
Forms are available for modules unlocked during the course of a program's duration. You can add forms and worksheets to complete by following these steps:
- Go to the Forms & Worksheets tab
- Click Add form to complete and select a form or worksheet from the list forms you’ve created.
- Forms will be accessible at the same time as their corresponding module.