I'm creating multiple courses with similar content and I'm wondering if that's against Udemy Rules. I will give an example.
ex. How to Build a Todo List with Python and React
ex. How to Build a Todo List with Python and Angular
The Python content is the same but the React and Angular course is different. Do I have to rerecord the Python content or can I upload the same videos for that half of the course and just upload new videos for the differences. They will both be two different courses. I will not merge them into one course.
Hey @CodeBrainsIO, you can use some lectures from one course in another, as long as the repeated content is included to support student learning in a distinctly different course (i.e. you can provide some duplicate lectures for context, but the skills learned in each course must be unique).
If the courses are just duplicates of each other, your course will not be allowed in the marketplace. If we receive complaints from students that there is too much duplicate content and overlap in your published courses, our Policy team may have to take action.
Please use your best judgment to deliver a unique, valuable course that will teach students something new.
If you have any additional questions or concerns regarding this, feel free to reach out to email@example.com and the team will be happy to help.