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Usado por empresas da Fortune 500, grandes universidades, empresas de treinamento e empreendedores em todo o mundo para criar (e vender) cursos online com o WordPress.

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Avaliações do LearnDash

Pontuação média

Geral
4,6
Praticidade
4,3
Atendimento ao cliente
4,7
Recursos
4,4
Relação qualidade/preço
4,5

Avaliações por tamanho de empresa (funcionários)

  • <50
  • 51-200
  • 201-1.000
  • >1.001

Encontre avaliações segundo pontuações

5
71%
4
23%
3
4%
2
1%
1
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Aimee
Aimee
Director
Usuário do LinkedIn Verificado
Medicina alternativa, 2–10 funcionários
Usou o software para: 1 a 5 meses
Fonte da avaliação

User Experience is Dated, Not worth time investment

3,0 há 2 anos
Legendas em português disponíveis no player de vídeo
Levi
Levi
CIO, EUA
Usuário do LinkedIn Verificado
Recursos Humanos, 11–50 funcionários
Usou o software para: 1 a 5 meses
Fonte da avaliação

All the basics covered with a great interface

5,0 há 3 anos

Comentários: So far, there hasn't been anything missing from LearnDash. We were able to launch our online learning program in just a few days. The learning curve was easy to overcome and we were able to get all of our content online with no problems. Each time we were stuck on something the documentation was able to steer us to the right answer and the one time we needed to reach out to support, their response was quick and helpful.

Vantagens:

We purchased LearnDash to integrate with MemberPress. Because of this, we do not use any of the payment, membership, or subscription functions in LearnDash. We use it exclusively to present courses, record quiz scores, and provide certificates. For those tasks, LearnDash is the perfect tool. The tools to build your content are drag and drop simple and the management tools are easy to understand. Integration with WordPress core functions and with the MemberPress system are flawless and we never had to tinker with them. Just installed the LearnDash plugin and got to work. A highlight was the "Focus Mode" feature for the actual learning environment. It provided a clean, good looking interface for our students and took exactly zero time to tweak. We just flipped the switch and had a great looking online classroom tool. If we want to hire designers later to build us pages that are more branded, we can. But Focus Mode allowed us to launch faster, with a better looking product, for no additional cost.

Desvantagens:

Student reporting is adequate, but a little unimpressive. There are reports that can be downloaded, but there is no real dashboard to track student progress.

Will
Owner, EUA
E-Learning, Profissional autônomo
Usou o software para: Mais de um ano
Fonte da avaliação

Alternativas consideradas anteriormente:

LMS Management for Online E-Learning Course Catalog

5,0 há 2 anos

Comentários: Overall, LearnDash has made managing a large catalog of content (50 + courses) very easy. I can quickly add courses, and the quality looks great. The features I get with video lessons, feel like custom developement and something I paid ALOT of money for, but they are included for free.

Vantagens:

Learndash is incredible easy to get up and running. I loved how easy it is to create courses, add lessons and quickly get a catalog of content up and running. I was transferring courses from pages and posts that I had manually created, and moving to LearnDash allows me to move and work so much faster, plus it's alot easier for students to navigate. All of my content is videobased and their video progression features and integrations with Vimeo are amazing. The ability to remember your location in a video so that when you come back to it, it's there waiting for you-is a feature that feels like it should cost, much, much more.

Desvantagens:

Initially I had purchased LearnDash and asked for my money back, because I felt like it was too focused on being a solution for higher ed. I didn't need certificates, or quizzes, or homework uploads, just the ability for students to watch video lessons. But.. after digging in the second time, I realized I don't have to use all of those things. While there are alot of features, I don't have to use those.

Karen
Karen
Founder & CEO, EUA
Usuário do LinkedIn Verificado
E-Learning, 2–10 funcionários
Usou o software para: Mais de um ano
Fonte da avaliação

Easy to Use but Ugly User Interface

3,0 há 6 anos

Comentários: Lately I have been thinking that because I don't use the quizzes, etc. I could have skipped the whole LMS thing and just created pages or posts that link to the next. Luckily LearnDash is not too expensive so now that it is looking nice (thanks to custom coding), I will probably just stick with it.

Vantagens:

Working with LearnDash is very easy. It works very similar to the other functions in Wordpress. You create a course, add Lessons and then Topics for each lesson. For example, the course could be about How to Be a Real Estate Investor. In that course, you might have multiple lessons like How to Flip Houses, How to But Rental Property, How to Finance Real Estate, etc. The you add the detailed Topics. For example, How to Flip Houses might have things like How to Find Greta Houses to Flip. How to Fund Your Flip House Projects, How to Manage the Rehab. You get the idea... It's literally copy and paste for text and you add graphics the same way you would to any page or post in Wordpress. Also, you can have quizzes, delay the release of certain content, offer certificates and points for completion, sell your courses, interact with users based on actions they take, set timers for each lesson, set prerequisites for courses, and offer grading and badges. You can also offer the courses in bundles and even create a marketplace similar to Udemy where people can buy your courses. It integrates natively with many membership softwares including Memberium and also with many email providers and CRMS including Infusionsoft. It;s responsive and even works with SCORMs.

Desvantagens:

Here's what I don't like. It's ugly. The user interface is plain and not very intuitive. You have to buy other add on's so users can do things like take notes, and so that you can begin to have an interface that looks better than native Wordpresss. In other words... ugly. With all the work they put into this software, it is so crazy that they did not spend time on the user experience. It's hard to tell if you're in a Lesson or Topic. It's hard to navigate around the course form Lesson to Less or Topic or Topic to Topic and don't even think about jumping around. The only way to solve these issues is to use precious sidebar real estate for this navigation instead of being able to showcase other offerings. That or your sidebar gets really long. The interface showing which items have been completed and which have not is also ugly. And while you can buy add ons, those are "meh" at best. I finally broke down and hired a developer to tweak the code and make me a nice interface with great navigation, awesome graphics and stats for users in each Lessona nd Topic and so on.

Resposta do LearnDash

há 6 anos

Hi Karen, thank you for your review! Regarding the visual components in LearnDash, these are soon to be updated in LearnDash 3.0 - we think you will really like them!

Fatture
Digital Marketer, EUA
Alimentação e bebidas, 51–200 funcionários
Usou o software para: Mais de um ano
Fonte da avaliação

The Appropriate Online Learning Solution

5,0 há 3 meses

Comentários: The valuable training option from LearnDash is something that ensure gives credible information.

Vantagens:

The solution offers appropriate learning structures, where there is online training.

Desvantagens:

LearnDash gives reasonable learning streams, and this faces no challenges.

Dianne
Artist-Teacher, EUA
E-Learning, 2–10 funcionários
Usou o software para: 6 a 12 meses
Fonte da avaliação

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My Take on LearnDash

5,0 há 2 anos

Comentários: Because of issues we've had that were solved by tech support Dan, we haven't yet done an official launch although our plan is to launch on July 3. I would say that my overall experience has been a mixture of frustration and joy. It took me a while to learn how to navigate the builder, needing to navigate out of the course section to design the lessons and out of lessons to design topics, but once I worked that out, it's a breeze.
I feel I will know better what real benefits LearnDash has when my students actually start using it.

Vantagens:

It's course builder and the ability to clone courses

Desvantagens:

I had to begin learning LearnDash from scratch, while at the same time learning Elimentor and CartFlows. There was a steep learning curve for me. I began when LearnDash 3 was the latest version, and I found it confusing when viewing older tutorials, not realizing I needed to pay attention to when the tutorial was done. I suggest deleting older tutorials. Also, I don't like to call names but I tried to watch several of [SENSITIVE CONTENT]'s webinars and I found them more confusing than helpful. However, I found [SENSITIVE CONTENT]'s tutorials always clear, concise and helpful.[SENSITIVE CONTENT]s instruction about constructing a certificate was the best I found.