Introducing Page Progress Tracker

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Do you have a member site built on WordPress that offers courses or other content that your users need to track their progress through?

We built a Page Progress Tracker plugin that we are now testing with a few selected customers. Here’s an introductory video tour:

Highlights:

  • Put a shortcode on pages where users need to be able to mark progress as in-progress, completed + bookmarked, or completed (still working on it, done but want to find it again easily or completely done, respectively).
  • Put a shortcode on pages (like module or course home pages) where you want to show percentage completion of child pages (that are not parents) to show module or course completion percentage. Output is just a number so you can put it in a sentence like “You are 50% done with this module.” or use it some other way. Could also be styled into a progress meter with some CSS.
  • Put a shortcode on the bottom of the page to provide automated page-to-page navigation
  • An additional shortcode will show a user the pages they have marked as in-progress, completed + bookmarked or completed or any combination thereof. Especially useful for showing them pages they need to finish and completed pages they wanted to be able to find again easily.

Contact us if this is something your site needs and you are willing to join our beta test program. Being in the beta program means you are willing to risk the plugin not working perfectly and that you will do your best to give us feedback to make the plugin better. While highly unlikely, the plugin could break your site during this testing phase of development.