We had a lot of big changes in May with the new business terms and introducing our new Community Manager Chrystie & Moderator Bella. In true Udemy Instructor form, this community really banded together and helped each other out when needed, lent an empathetic ear to those that needed it, and shared some really helpful tips! We continue to appreciate all of your contributions to the instructor community: your thoughtful feedback, questions, and support for one another. Thank you!
Top Community Contributors
A special shout out to our top community contributors during the month of May!
SharonRamel, FrankKane, & Svetlina
Congratulations are in order for SharonKey187 & SuryaNarayan who hit their first $1k on Udemy and shared their stories here & here. We never get tired of seeing these success stories and encourage all of you to continue sharing your wins with us!
One of the most helpful threads during the month of May was this post: Audacity - Remove Breathing Noise (or in Shotcut Video Editor) started by rmathisen. He asked the community for tips on how to remove background noise and Wolf2k21 offered some great advice.
Though we had a variety of topics shared in the community in May the most important and lively threads were those regarding changes to the business terms like this post: What is a 3% Transaction Fee?* The Udemy team watched these threads very closely and appreciated the questions and concerns shared by new Udemy Instructors as well as our Community Champions. Your feedback is important to us and we appreciate your patience as we navigate these changes together.
* Please note that some threads are found only in the Published Instructors community and may not be viewable to all community members.
In May we said goodbye to our longtime moderator Abbie & welcomed Community Manager, Chrystie & Lead Moderator, Bella. Head over to their welcome video posts to share suggestions for the Udemy platform and your current business goals.
The Instructor Marketing team is currently revamping the Teaching Center and would love to feature your recording set up in an upcoming course. If you’ve got a sweet audio set up, share it on this thread!
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