The future of online courses is here. And it’s community-powered.

Create and offer immersive, personalized courses right in your online community.

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Deliver engaging learning experiences right in your community.

Bring your content and community together so you don’t have to juggle multiple platforms anymore.

Include office hours, coaching, live Q&As, and more in your course experience.

Earn more through better learning outcomes, cross-promoting products, and word-of-mouth referrals.

Bring your course to life, fast.

More than 8,000 businesses across the world trust Circle with their community.

Craft immersive learning experiences

Create an engaging, community-powered course experience, all in Circle.

Improve student engagement

Help students feel engaged by connecting with you and each other.

Build your course with ease

Set up a course you can be proud of in hours, not weeks.

Grow your business

Earn more with compelling upsells and cross-sells.

“Circle allowed me to get very high course completion rates of over 70%."

Felippe Nardi

Founder of Inside the Show

Common questions about courses

Create a new space (just like you normally would for post, chat, and event spaces) and select the “courses” space type. You can also create a new course by clicking the “courses” tab and following the on-page instructions.

Courses are available on our Professional and Enterprise plans at current pricing ($99/month and above). In order to use courses, you’ll also need to be on Circle 2.0.

Courses are available on web, iOS, and Android so that your students can engage with your content and community anytime, anywhere.

You can currently upload your content right into the Circle platform or choose from platforms like:

  • Wistia
  • Vimeo
  • YouTube
  • Typeform
  • Twitter
  • Spotify
  • SimpleCast
  • VideoAsk
  • Loom
  • Brightcove
  • Panopto

Unfortunately, we aren’t able to control whether content hosted outside of Circle is downloadable or not. It’s best to have a look at your provider’s permissions to find out what they allow.

You can now add up to 15 additional file resources, including PDFs, images, or videos, to enrich and complement your course content. Simply visit the lesson editor, toggle over to “files”, and upload your assets.

Yes, PDFs and downloadables contribute towards your plan’s overall file storage limits. If you’re unsure how you’re tracking towards your limits, contact

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Transform your students’ learning experience with community-powered courses.