LearnDash is a great LMS in and of itself. The course building, organizing, and managing software gives you plenty of robust options to work your way through the course creation process.
However, e-learning is a dynamic field. It does not do to remain static, content with only a handful of features. LearnDash opens new vistas in course building for you through its extensions, where every feature brings a plethora of options for you to utilize, whether course-related, student-related, or instructor-related.
Getting feedback from your users is vital to maintain a good rapport with your users and to figure out if your content contains any value and meets their standards.
WordPress has specific plugins aimed at getting this feedback in the easiest and quickest ways possible without interrupting your visitors’ experience too much. These plugins will be able to give you a more focused and specific idea of what your users think.
Many software developers give an opportunity to their users to submit ideas for new features. Things work the same way within the WordPress community. ManageWP recently offered a whopping $1,000 to the winner of best idea for their plugin. Clearly, users are some of the best sources for gathering feedback about your product and how it can improve.
Thankfully, we can now use a very similar system on WordPress thanks to the Avia Feedback Box plugin by Kriesi.