Moodlepreneur Monday: 5 Plugins To Automate, Upsell And Expand Moodle Sales

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Moodlepreneur Monday: 5 Plugins To Automate, Upsell And Expand Moodle Sales
“Well Oiled” by Tim Green is licensed under CC BY 2.0

This time, our monthly plugin update focuses on better servicing users at a minimum effort to course providers and entrepreneurs. Install these plugins to simplify a customer workflow, expand your services seamlessly, and even increase quality of support.

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Question behaviour: Deferred feedback with explanation

It might feel overwhelming, and some designers might protest, but a clear way to emphasize the value of feedback to your users is placing text fields whenever possible. Deferred feedback lets users explain their thoughts, ask questions, voice concerns, and more. Of course, now the challenge is to address them in a timely manner.

qbehaviour_deferredfeedbackexplain

Quiz reports: Edit quiz settings

Give some users the ability to make changes to selected settings in their quizzes. This plugin gives them the power to edit their deadlines. You can set this as an added-value, “in-app” service.

quiz_editquizsettings

Enrolment: AutoEnrol

Ideal for Moodle sites where there is only one course, or one that is mandatory for everyone, this plugin enrolls users as soon as they sign up and log in to the Moodle site for the first time.

enrol_autoenrol

Enrolment: Course completed enrolment

This plugin offers “chained enrolment,” signing up users to the next course once they complete the current one. Ideal to maintain the momentum after a sense of accomplishment, and of course, to ensure a paying customers for another round.

enrol_coursecompleted


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