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How to Create Your Course in TeachFloor (Step-by-Step Guide)
How to Create Your Course in TeachFloor (Step-by-Step Guide)

In this article, we will guide you to create your cohort-based course using the TeachFloor app.

Filippo Schiano di Pepe avatar
Written by Filippo Schiano di Pepe
Updated over a week ago

In this article, we will guide you through creating your cohort-based course using the TeachFloor app. Before we go through the step-by-step process, make sure that you have met with the TeachFloor team for the initial assessment of your needs and that you have already created an account.

What are the initial requirements?

  • Account Creation. After the meeting, we will send you a link to create your account.

  • Login credentials. You can log in to your TeachFloor account.

Cool! Now that you have your account, we will guide you through creating your first cohort-based course.

Step-by-step guide:

Step #1: Log in to your Teachfloor account

Once logged in to your account, click the Create New Course button on the right side or in front of your screen.

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Step #2: Fill all the necessary information

Now fill in the following essential information:

  • Course Name. It is an excellent descriptive name that clearly states what the course is all about.

  • Course Description. I can add a course description here to communicate information about the course and explain its associated expectations.

  • Course Cover Image. You can add an image associated with the course here. The cover image is also used for the landing page.

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Step #3: Course Instructors.

You can just select the instructor leading the course here. You may add new team members who will serve as instructor(s) for the course.

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Step #4: Course Dates.

When are the courses available, and how long can they be set up here? You can select a start and end date or set the course to run continuously.

  • Continuous. The course is always available. There isn't a start or end date.

  • Scheduled. The course is scheduled. It has a start and end date.

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Step #5: Set the course pricing

Here is the complete guide to setting a price for your course;


Select any course in your Teachfloor account, and by clicking on edit, go to its course settings.


In course settings, go to the Price section​


Here, you will have two options: Free or Paid. If you want to set your course as free, then select Free. You can also add a free label, such as For God's Sake. But, if you want to set a price, click on Paid.

Step#4: (For those customers who have selected the paid option)

After choosing the paid, you will have to enter your price.

How do you turn on or off installments of course price for your learners?

We also understand that learners often require assistance to pay for their education. To address this issue, we have introduced the installment feature.

Within the price section, you will have an option of installments. You will have the following features associated with it.

  • Installment Interval - You can choose Monthly and Weekly installment intervals for your learners.

  • Installments - You can select the number of installments as well.

Limitation: You can only provide six installments for your learners in both monthly or weekly

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Step #6: Course Visibility.

Select the course visibility here. We have two options for the course's visibility.

  • Public. All students can see and access the course.

  • Private. Only students invited or who access the external landing page can access it.

Lesson Calendar Invite. This option allows you to send calendar invites to your students for all live conference events. When the students enroll, the invite will be emailed anytime you create a new event. You also have the option to enable a course calendar.

Show course Calender. This option will make the course calendar visible in the interface.

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Well, I am done! It's time to build your course curriculum.

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