Learn to create Submodules in your Course Product.
In this article:
What is a submodule?
Submodules in a Course Product give you the ability to further organize your Modules.
Build submodules into your parent Modules to create bite-sized, manageable learning sessions for your customers.
Create a submodule
To create a Submodule:
- Open the Product tab from the Dashboard.
- Select the Course you wish to edit.
- Click the + Add Content button (directly from the parent Module or select from the overall Outline).
- Select Submodule.
- Enter your Submodule details (title, location, description, thumbnail image).
- Click Create Submodule.
Your Submodule will be added to the bottom of the top-level Module you selected:
Why use a submodule?
Submodules are a great way to further organize your Course Outline and group specific lessons together.
Another great feature of Submodules is the ability to Drip content within the Submodule. If you want to only Drip-release specific lessons within a Module, you can create a Submodule and set the Submodule status to Drip. This way only those specific lessons within the Submodule will be set to Drip, and not the whole Parent Module.
Learn more about the Kajabi Drip feature here.
Submodules can also be locked, which ensures that your customers must first complete your specified Lesson to unlock the Submodule and gain access to that section of content.
Learn how to lock content.
What do my customers see?
This is how your customers will see a Submodule in the Course Outline. In this example image, the parent Module is titled "The Fundamentals" and the Submodule is "Vegetables":
And that's how to create a Submodule in a Course Product! Please vote below and let us know if you found this article helpful. We value your feedback. Thanks for being the best part of Kajabi!