We use BuddyBoss and LearnDash with WordPress
We have chosen to use premium plug-ins on top of WordPress to maximize the user experience (UX). About 43% of all websites are built on WordPress. BuddyBoss is a hard fork of the free open source plug-in BuddyPress, which we began using in 2009. While we loved BuddyPress for many years, there are many improvements that come with BuddyBoss.
The platform enables a membership-based site. Visitors can be required to become members to view and access content. The platform is sort of like Facebook, without the Nazis. Members can choose public, private, or hidden social areas with separate activity feeds. Engagement and retention are increased with the many features.
Groups created in BuddyBoss can be matched with LearnDash groups. In addition, getting membership to a group can be set to automatically enroll you in certain courses. This includes a customizable learner dashboard.
BuddyBoss really takes your learning platform to the next level with incredible and customizable Learner Dashboards. Here, students can easily and conveniently view all relevant content they need, and can jump back right where they last left off. They can also view and pick up on their last conversations, community activities and interactions, and have course or lesson progress, achievements, rewards, and activities on full display.10web