FAQ’s

LifterLMS xAPI

Getting started

About this plugin:

This plugin was designed around the LearningLocker ADL Compliant Learning Record Store (LRS). This plugin has also been successfully tested with many other LRS systems and integrates seemlessly into LifterLMS.

LifterLMS xAPI adds the following features to LifterLMS:

  1. xAPI remote data storage: By storing your xAPI data remotely, it ensures your WordPress website will never become bogged down as your data grows.
  2. xAPI data management: You can turn on, or off, the recording of xAPI data for each LifterLMS Course, Lesson, Quiz and Question.
  3. E-learning data management: You can rewite the xAPI information being recorded for any e-learning course uploaded, or linked.
  4. E-learning management: You can link to e-learning courses in other web services providing that services lets you.
  5. Smart e-learning uploads: During the creation or update of an uploaded or linked course, you can change your reporting information on-the-fly.
  6. Disk management: LifterLMS xAPI automatically creates, updates and deletes your course folders and files as you add, modify or remove TIN CAN Records.
  7. E-learning visual button builder: LifterLMS xAPI adds a new button to your WordPress editor so you can build your e-learning course launch buttons visually.
  8. E-learning visual iframe builder: LifterLMS xAPI adds a new button to your WordPress editor so you can embed your e-learning course into your course, lesson, quiz or question visually.
  9. H5P xAPI integration: LifterLMS xAPI can optionally install and automatically configure the H5P xAPI plugin for you, so if you use the H5P Content plugin, it will just work right away.
  10. User Workflow: LifterLMS xAPI can optionally install and automatically configure the Responsive Lightbox plugin so when your learners opne a TIN CAN e-learning course, they remain in the course, lesson, quiz or question.
  11. Competency Management: LifterLMS xAPI provides you the tools to create, assign and track your own custom competencies in LifterLMS (any post) and e-learning content alike.
  12. User Progression control: LifterLMS xAPI adds control of the Mark Complete button for H5P (only specific interactions), uploaded or linked e-learning, and Vimeo and YouTube videos. Control can be turned on or off in every case so, for example, if you want to control the Mark complete button of your Video in Lesson 1, but not control it for your next video in Lesson 2, you can.
  13. Other xAPI related services: LifterLMS xAPI opens the door for you to integrate other xAPI related services to your LifterLMS website. Other services available, such as Zapier, xAPI Apps, and SurveyGizmo will need to integrate with the LRS service you choose. To find out what xAPI services integrate with your LRS service, please contact your LRS service provider. Once integrated with your LRS, you may also require a WordPress plugin or widget to use that service in your LifterLMS website so, again, please contact that service provider to ask if they have these available.

With these features, LiferLMS is the only xAPI, cmi5 and CASS compliant WordPess based Learning, and Learning Content, Management System on the market.

To help you get started, watch this video playlist demonstrating how to setup LifterLMS xAPI, create competencies, upload / link your TIN CAN e-learning courses, create your launch button or iFrame, and configuring your LifterLMS courses, lessons, quizzes and questions for optimum reporting.

Once you’ve got the LifterLMS xAPI plugin installed, you can head to the WP-Admin > LifterLMS > LifterLMS xAPI page and step through the inline Help panels located in the top right corner of the TIN CAN Records list page to find process oriented Help topics.

Change / register your LRS

Registering your LRS:

To use your, you will need to subscribe to an LRS service.

You can find compatible services at scorm.com, LearningLocker, Watershed, Wax, or the recommended Learning-Templates.com websites.

If you require LRS setup support, please contact your LRS service provider for support.
Once you have selected and subscribed to one of these services, you will be provided with the following information to enter into the LRS Settings page below:

  • LRS reporting path: This is your coded key to access your reporting features. Enter this key into the LRS User Key field.
    • This field is only required for use with the LearningLocker LRS system
    • This field is only used for the LifterLMS xAPI Dashboard widget
    • If you enter nothing in this field, LifterLMS xAPI will still send data to your LRS
  • URL to access the service: Enter this into the LRS Root URL field.
    • Important note: Modern web browsers will not allow you to send data from an HTTP website to an HTTPS service, therefore, if you are using an LRS that is running as an HTTPS service, you will need to migrate your LifterLMS site to HTTPS as well.
    • This field is required to view your LRS service inside the LifterLMS xAPI Dashboard widget and is used only for reporting purposes
    • If you enter nothing in this field, LifterLMS xAPI will still send data to your LRS
  • LRS Endpoint: Enter this into the LRS Endpoint field.
    • This field is required in every case
    • If you do not paste the EndPoint of your LRS into this field, LifterLMS xAPI will fail to send data to your LRS
  • LRS Username: Enter this coded key into the LRS Username field.
    • This field is required in every case and can also be known as the “Key” in your LRS
    • If you do not paste the Key of your LRS into this field, LifterLMS xAPI will fail to send data to your LRS
  • LRS Password: Enter this coded key into the LRS Password field.
    • This field is required in every case and can also be known as the “secret” in your LRS
    • If you do not paste the Secret of your LRS into this field, LifterLMS xAPI will fail to send data to your LRS
  • LRS Administrator E-mail: Enter your matching email into the LRS Admin Email field.
    • This field is not required for all LRS systems and can be used to store your LRS administrator login email in case you forget it
    • If you enter nothing in this field, LifterLMS xAPI will still send data to your LRS
  • LRS Administrator Password: Enter your matching password into the LRS Admin Password field.
    • This field is not required for all LRS systems and can be used to store your LRS administrator login password in case you forget it
    • If you enter nothing in this field, LifterLMS xAPI will still send data to your LRS

With this information entered into the “Register Your LRS” form, click the Update button and visit your WordPress Dashboard to login using the email and password enter here.

Done!

You now have your own LRS service working with LifterLMS xAPI.

Switching LRS systems on-the-fly:

Once you have your LRS working with LifterLMS xAPI, and find you wish to change LRS systems later, you can easily do this without interrupting your LifterLMS service. You can literally change LRS’s on-the-fly by simply changing the credentials outlined above.

If you have setup an account on the new LRS and already created your LRS Client in that service, correctly entering credentials into the LifterLMS xAPI > LRS Settings (per your LRS requirements) then clicking on the Update button will instantly switch you over to your new LRS.

Upload an xAPI e-learning course

Creating your TIN CAN e-learning course:

TIN CAN e-learning courses are created using third-party tools such as Storyline version 2+, Studio version 2+, Captivate version 9+ or Lectora version 8+.
When a course is published by the developer, it needs to be published as TIN CAN version 1.0 or higher to work with LifterLMS xAPI.
Once published, that course will be packaged as a ZIPped file ready for upload into LifterLMS xAPI.

To upload or link a TIN CAN e-learning course into LifterLMS xAPI, perform the following:

Uploading a course:

  1. Open the Add new TIN CAN Record page below.
  2. Enter a name for your course.
  3. Enter the name of the folder you want to upload the course into.
  4. Click on the Browse button and locate your ZIPped TIN CAN course package.
  5. Click on the Open button to upload the package.
  6. Click on the Create Course button to complete this task.

What happens when you upload the course is; the we read the files and show you what we found in the Course URL and and Activity ID fields. If this information is incorrect, you can change it at any time in LifterLMS xAPI.
Alternatively, you can also create your own TIN CAN competency before-hand in LifterLMS > Competencies and paste its permalink into the Activity ID field, replacing the existing link.

You can override Activity ID URLs for any uploaded or linked TIN CAN e-elearning course in LifterLMS xAPI.

Linking to an external xAPI e-learning course

Linking to an external TIN CAN e-learning course:

TIN CAN e-learning courses are created using third-party tools such as Storyline version 2+, Studio version 2+, Captivate version 9+ or Lectora version 8+.
When a course is published by the developer, it needs to be published as TIN CAN version 1 or higher to work with LifterLMS xAPI.

External e-learning couses can be shared with you by the owner. The course does not need to be delivered to you, only a URL to the start file and the Activity ID (verb) that courses uses when launch need to be provided to you.

Linking an external course:

  1. Open the Add new TIN CAN Record page below.
  2. Enter a name for your course.
  3. Enter the URL for the start page of the TIN CAN published course.
  4. Enter the URL for the Activity ID of that course, or paste your own LifterLMS xAPI competency permalink.
  5. Click on the Create Course button to complete this task.

You can override Activity ID URLs for any uploaded or linked TIN CAN e-elearning course in LifterLMS xAPI.

Adding an externally hosted e-learning course to LifterLMS xAPI

If you have an e-learning course hosted elsewhere on the internet, or you want your local e-learning course structure to use content hosted elsewhere on the internet, perform the following:

Before you begin:

Ensure you have access to that content from within your WordPress website.

Example: Content hosted on a CDN with controlled access where your current domain is allowed access.

Upload the course structure:

  1. Open the Add new TIN CAN Record page.
  2. Enter a name for your course.
  3. Enter the name of the folder you want to upload the course into.
  4. Click on the Browse button and locate your ZIPped TIN CAN course structure package.
    • This Zipped file should only contain the html start page(s), any local course resources, and the tincan.xml file that contains the paths to the local and remote content.
  5. Click on the Open button to upload the package.
  6. Click on the Create Course button to complete this task.

What happens when you upload the course structure is; the we read the files and show you what we found in the Course URL and and Activity ID fields. If this information is incorrect, you can change it at any time in LifterLMS xAPI.
Alternatively, you can also create your own TIN CAN competency before-hand in LifterLMS > Competencies and paste its permalink into the Activity ID field, replacing the existing link.

You can override Activity ID URLs for any uploaded or linked TIN CAN e-elearning course in LifterLMS xAPI.

Update a xAPI e-learning course

Updating a course:

To update a course, you need the same 3 pieces of information as when you created the course.

The process of updating a course is the same as creating a new course so you can refer to the Create a Course Help Tab, or, watch the Updating a course video for further details.

If you are replacing a previously uploaded ZIPped TIN CAN e-elearning course, simply click on the Browse button,locate and upload the new course ZIPped file.
We will then delete the old course and remap the new course for you. Once again, you shouold verify the start URL and Activity Id URL are correct.

If you are updating a linked TIN CAN e-learning course, replace the Start URL and Activity Id URL with your new ones.

In either case, click on the Update button to complete this task.

Create an e-learning launch button

Creating the launch button:

To show your e-elearning in a Lightbox, you will want to install and activate the provided “Responsive Lightbox” plugin that comes with LifterLMS xAPI.

When you update an xAPI e-learning course, you do not need to recreate your launch button.

As the final step for any uploaded or linked TIN CAN e-learning Record, you will need to add a launch button in any Course, Lesson, Quiz or Question.
Follow these steps to complete this task:

  • Edit any course, lesson, quiz or question.
  • In the editor tool-bar, you will see a [xAPI] button, click this button to open the “Create xAPI Launch Button Shortcode” panel.
    • This panel provides you facility to visually create your TIN CAN e-learning launch button.
    • Each time you add this button, you can customize it for that button instance.
    • You can launch the same course in any LifterLMS post, as often as you wish.
  • You can add multiple TIN CAN e-learning launch buttons in the same LifterLMS post as follows:
    • Select the TIN CAN course you want to add a button for using the “select a course” drop-down menu.
      • Choose which course you want to have control the Mark Complete button (or do not choose any)
      • If you want this button to be an image, click the “Add Image” button to select the image.
        • If you do not want the button to have text in it, delete the text in the Label field.
    • Using the color-pickers, adjust the buttons colors and borders to your liking.
    • Using the slider controls, adjust the buttons dimensions and border thickness.
    • Change the default button text to anyting you want.
    • Click the Insert button to complete this task.
    • Click the Publish/Update button to save your work.

You can now launch the xAPI e-learning course form your LifterLMS Course, Lesson, Quiz or Question in the website.

Add an e-learning iFrame

Creating the iframe:

Showing your e-elearning in an iFrame provides the student an integrated view of your e-learning inside your Course, Lesson, Quiz or Question content. iframes do, however, restrict your content form being viewed offline. To allow your e-elearning content to be viewed offline, you need to display it in a lightbox, AND, you need to use an offline player (or app) provided by that e-learning product provider.

When you update an xAPI e-learning course, you do not need to recreate your iFrame.

As the final step for any uploaded or linked TIN CAN e-learning Record, you will need to add an iFrame in any Course, Lesson, Quiz or Question.
Follow these steps to complete this task:

  • Edit any course, lesson, quiz or question.
  • In the editor tool-bar, you will see a [xAPI] button, click this button to open the “Create xAPI iFrame” panel.
    • This panel provides you facility to visually create your TIN CAN e-learning iFrame.
      • Some Browsers will not display the pixel values for the Frame width and Frame height sliders, but you can change these later.
      • Each time you add this iFrame, you can customize it for that iFrame instance in your text editor for the post.
      • You can launch the same course in any LifterLMS post, as often as you wish.
    • You can add multiple TIN CAN e-learning iFrames in the same LifterLMS post as follows:
      • Select the TIN CAN course you want to add an iFrame for using the “select a course” drop-down menu.
      • Choose which course you want to have control the Mark complete button (or do not choose any)
      • Using the slider controls, adjust the iFrame width and height.
        • If the iFrame width and height are not correct once saved, you should verify the project width and height (as published in your tool) and, later in the WordPress post editor, change the “px” values as required.
    • Click the Insert button to complete this task.
      • If the iFrame width and height are not correct once saved, you should verify the project width and height (as published in your tool) and, later in the WordPress post editor, change the “px” values as required.
    • Click the Publish/Update button to save your work.

Your xAPI e-learning course in now available for use in your LifterLMS Course, Lesson, Quiz or Question in the website.

Create and use competencies

Creating your competencies:

Before you can record xAPI data, you need to create competencies.
To do this, Open the Courses > Competencies page and click on the Add Competency button.

To learn more about competencies, visit the Association for Talent Development website.

Competency Assessment Templates (CAT) can be created for LifterLMS posts and for your linked or uploaded e-learning courses. To learn more about CAT, read this Competency Assessment Template guide.

Click here to download a Competency Examples with Performance Statements Word document that you can copy/paste and edit to your specific needs.

To assign your competency to one or more types, check the box(es) related to one or more of these types in the Competency panel, then click on the Save or Update button to complete this task.
Once you have created your competency and assigned it a type, you need to assign it to a course, lesson, quiz, question or TIN CAN uploaded or linked e-learning course.

Using your competencies:

Assigning the Competency to one or more types makes it available in the Activity ID drop-down menu in a course, lesson, quiz or question > Course Options >Manage This Course Experience tab. You need only select it from the list.

Looking for some competency examples?

Click here to download a Word document containing competency examples.

e-Learning Products you can use with LifterLMS xAPI

H5P

H5P is an open source authoring tool that plugs into WordPress content management systems. It includes a variety of content types from simple multiple choice questions to interactive games. While we haven’t tested every content type, we have tested the Multiple Choice, content presentation, Image Hot Spot, Drag and Drop, Drag N Sort and Single Choice content types used in conjunction with LifterLMS and LifterLMS xAPI.

Because you can preview any H5P content and interaction type combinations prior to pushing them, we recommend you use your imagination and try any combination available. You have fun testing these highly interactive products.

To enable H5P Content to work with LifterLMS xAPI, you need only install the H5P xAPI plugin provided with LifterLMS xAPI and any H5P content you have already, or will create will automatically be recorded.

LifterLMS xAPI currently controls the Mark Complete button for H5P interactions that are xAPI enabled (please view the LifterLMS xAPI Changelog – v1.2.0 – 2017-09-15 – to view the list of tested interactions). The Mark Complete button is not made available until the user has completed the H5P interaction.

Lectora

Lectora’s xAPI implementation offers flexibility not found in other authoring tools, while at the same time sending useful statements with default settings. We’ve tested Lectora Publisher Pro and Pro Suite (v9+), Lectora Inspire and the latest version of Lectora Online, and the data works great with LifterLMS xAPI.

To use Lectora products for xAPI, you need to select the Tin Can API in your Publishing Options, then simply upload the published ZIP file into LifterLMS xAPI.

LifterLMS xAPI can control the Mark Complete button for Lectora courses when you add them to your lessons. When selecting the related checkbox, the Mark Complete button is not made available until the user has completed the e-learning.

Captivate 9

With Adobe Captivate 9 you can go seamlessly from storyboarding to responsive eLearning design. Dip into the exclusive 50,000+ asset store or use assets from Adobe Stock to enrich your content. Create amazing courses that run seamlessly across desktops and mobile.

To use Captivate 9 published projects with LifterLMS xAPI, simply upload your published ZIP file into LifterLMS xAPI.

LifterLMS xAPI can control the Mark Complete button for Captivate courses when you add them to your lessons. When selecting the related checkbox, the Mark Complete button is not made available until the user has completed the e-learning.

Articulate Storyline 2, 3, and 360 as well as Articulate Studio 360

Articulate was one of the first authoring tools to support the prerelease version of the xAPI specification. There have been some important changes in Articulates xAPI tracking since then, and courses published in Storyline version 2.5 as well as Studio 360 and higher work well with LifterLMS xAPI.

To use Storyline and Studio 360 published projects with LifterLMS xAPI, simply upload your published ZIP file into LifterLMS xAPI.

LifterLMS xAPI can control the Mark Complete button for Storyline and Studio 360 courses when you add them to your lessons. When selecting the related checkbox, the Mark Complete button is not made available until the user has completed the e-learning.

Note: Articulate Rise is not supported in LifterLMS xAPI at this time.

SurveyGizmo

SurveyGizmo is a popular survey tool that can be used for learning evaluation surveys, assessments, and anything else that requires asking questions and tracking the answers. SurveyGizmo data is especially useful if you want to report on where people complete surveys because it includes metadata about learners’ locations and devices.

To use SurveyGizmo with LifterLMS xAPI, you’ll need the following LifterLMS xAPI information to link it with SurveyGizmo.

Note: Survey Gizmo does not link directly to LifterLMS or LifterLMS xAPI, it links to, and is reported in, your LRS Dashboard.

  • Endpoint URL
  • API Key/User
  • API Secret/Password

With this information, log into SurveyGizmo and go to Account > Integrations.

Note: Only admin users will have access to this area of account settings.

Enter a Label for your integration. This will probably be your LMS/LRS product name, e.g. LifterLMS xAPI. Then enter your Endpoint URL, API Key/User, API Secret/Password

xAPI Apps

xAPI Apps is a collection of applications used to record job performance observations and attendance at events. You can track real-world experiences for analysis alongside your training data.

To use xAPI Apps with LifterLMS xAPI, you’ll need the following LifterLMS xAPI information to link it with xAPI Apps.

Note: xAPI Apps does not link directly to LifterLMS or LifterLMS xAPI, it links to, and is reported in, your LRS Dashboard.

  • Endpoint URL
  • API Key/User
  • API Secret/Password

With this information, log into xAPI Apps and select LearningLocker from the Learning Record Store area and enter the listed information.

An important note about xAPI Apps: Even though the name lends to mobile apps, xAPI Apps also work on laptop/desktop computers.

Zapier

Zapier currently has integrations with the Watershed LRS and the Wax LRS. You will need to use one of these services to use Zapier. Support for Zapier and your chosen LRS is provided by that LRS.

Perhaps our most significant integrations on the list, Zapier is a service that allows you to capture data from a whole range of popular applications and report on them in LifterLMS xAPI. The list of potential applications is huge and keeps growing.

Here are just a few integrations:

  • Salesforce
  • Slack
  • Twitter
  • GitHub
  • Trello

To use Zapier with LifterLMS xAPI, you’ll need the following LifterLMS xAPI information to link it with Zapier. Once liked with Zapier, all the Apps will automatically communicate with your LifterLMS LRS.

Note: Zapier does not link directly to LifterLMS or LifterLMS xAPI, it links to, and is reported in, your LRS Dashboard.

  • Endpoint URL
  • API Key/User
  • API Secret/Password

With this information, log into Zapier and select Your LRS from the Learning Record Store area and enter the listed information.

About xAPI Reporting

How to use the Reporting tools:
Located in your WordPress Dashboard, you will find a new full page widget named LifterLMS xAPI Statistics.

This widget will only work once you register your LRS. Drag this widget to the top of your dashboard. To use your TIN CAN Reporting pages (buttons along the top of this page), you will need to log into the LRS using this widget. Once logged in, your LRS Dashboard will be visible.

If you are connecting LifterLMS xAPI to a LearningLocker LRS:

The Dashboard provides you statistical information about all user activity in a graphical format as well as displaying top statics when scrolled down.

LiftLMS xAPI provides a tool for filtering statements that we call “reporting”. This page documents everything you can do with the reporting tool.

Create a report:

Click the (green) “Add” button. A new entry will appear in the list of reports, you can then edit that report.

Remove a report:

Click the (red) “Delete” button next to the report. Then select “OK” in the message that pops up.

Edit a report:

Click the (blue) “Edit” button next to the report. From there you will be taken to a page where you can add filters to your report.

Filter by actor:

This category lets you filter actors (people that did activities). Click the (grey) square that says “Who”. You can then add and remove actors from the list that appears below.

Adding an actor:

Click the (green) “Add” button (below the list of actors – which may be empty at this point). This will add a new entry to the list of actors, you can then type the name (statement.actor.name) of the actor you’re searchng for in the text box. If the actor’s name doesn’t appear as you type it you probably misspelled their name or they haven’t done anything according to your LRS. Currently the report will filter by the email (statement.actor.mbox) associated with the actor you’ve selected.

Removing an actor:

Click the (red) minus icon next to the actor. Then select “OK” in the message that pops up.

Filter by verb:

The did category lets you filter by verbs (how actors interacted with activities, i.e. “completed”). Click the (grey) square that says “Did”. You can then add and remove verbs from the list that appears below.

Adding a verb:

Click the (green) “Add” button (below the list of verbs – which may be empty at this point). This will add a new entry to the list of verbs, you can then type the name (statement.verb.id) of the verb you’re searchng for in the text box.

Removing a verb:

Click the (red) minus icon next to the verb. Then select “OK” in the message that pops up.

Filter by activity:

This category allows you to filter by activities (what people did). Click the (grey) square that says “What”. You can then add and remove “activities” and “activity types” from the lists that appears below.

Adding an activity or activity type:

Click the (green) “Add” button (below the list you’d like to add to – which may be empty at this point). This will add a new entry to the list, you can then type the name of the “activity” (statement.object.id) or “activity type” (statement.object.definition.type) you’re searchng for in the text box.

Removing an activity or activity type:

Click the (red) minus icon next to the item. Then select “OK” in the message that pops up.

Filter by context:

Allows you to filter in terms of the context that activities took place in. Click the (grey) square that says “Where”. You can then add and remove “parent activities”, “grouping activities”, “platforms”, “instructors”, or “languages” from the lists that appears below.

Adding an activity or activity type:

Click the (green) “Add” button (below the list you’d like to add to – which may be empty at this point). This will add a new entry to the list, you can then type the name of the “parent activity” (statement.context.contextActivities.parent.id), “grouping activiy” (statement.context.contextActivities.grouping.id), “platform” (statement.context.platform), “instructor” (statement.context.instructor), or “language” (statement.context.language) you’re searchng for in the text box.

Removing an activity or activity type:

Click the (red) minus icon next to the item. Then select “OK” in the message that pops up.

Filter by result:

Click the (grey) square that says “With result”. You can then filter by score, success, or completion.

Filter by score:

You can set a min (left-most box) and/or a max (right-most box) for each of the scales. You can filter by maximum (max – statement.result.score.max), minimum (min – statement.result.score.min), the actual mark (raw – statement.result.score.raw), and the percentage of the raw mark in relation to the max mark (scaled – statement.result.score.scaled). Change the min and max by entering a number into the boxes, you can remove these filters by clicking the (red) “Clear” button next to the score.

Filter by success:

Success (statement.result.success) may determine whether a learner was successful in passing a test. Setting this filter to true will return all the statements that show a successful pass and false will do the opposite. You can remove this filter by clicking the (red) “Clear” button next to success.

Filter by completion:

Complete (statement.result.completion) may determine whether a learner completed a test. Setting this filter to true will return all the statements that show a completed test and false will do the opposite. You can remove this filter by clicking the (red) “Clear” button next to success.

Filter by date:

Click the (grey) square that says “When”. You can then select a since and/or until date which will determine the date (statement.timestamp) range you’re interested in. Statements that were not made during your date range will not be returned (unless it meets certain conditions regarding statement refs).

View statements in a graph:

Click the (green) “Graph” button next to the report. From there you will be taken to a page where you can view the statements returned from your report in a graph.

View statements in a list:

Click the (green) “Statements” button next to the report. From there you will be taken to a page where you can view the statements returned from your report in a list.

If you are connecting LifterLMS xAPI to a GrassBlade LRS, or to a Watershed LRS, refer to the related reporting and administration pages for those LRS providers.

LifterLMS BackPack

Common Auto-Enroll

What does the “Common Auto-Enroll” feature do?

This feature lets you enroll all newly registering students into a common course.

This feature cannot be done using the LifterLMS core product without using memberships.

Here is the LifterLMS Doc on this subject: https://lifterlms.com/docs/membership-auto-enrollment/

Memberships add a new layer to the users experience and workflow while also adding a new layer of complexity and restrictions.

This feature simplifies the students workflow while also removing those complexities and restrictions by simply automatically registering new users to the course of your choice.

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