Finding Previous Training Classes

Last Update: April 02, 2021

So I have just finished another of Jay's excellent classes; this one was called "The process of Creating Niche Content" and was originally recorded on 16 October 2020

In the training, he referred to his previous two (or preceding) related trainings in the series. I can't recall the exact titles but they did interest me.

So I went off to search his archive of classes. And I actually battled to find what I need. So I am hoping that someone can help me, or otherwise I wanted to make a suggestion.

In the above screenshot, I can see the due date of the next training. Highlighted in yellow. But in the most recent training below that, there is no date displayed.

So my question is; Can we search for training based on a specific date? I guess I could work backwards on every training to find the two Saturdays prior to the 16th October, but it seems quite onerous.

So I was hoping that;

a) the training date of past training could be made visible on the listing too and,

b) there was a search or sort feature to narrow down the list.

If you have any thoughts, please let me know below. My question obviously applies to any classes and training on WA.

Thank you everyone. Wealthy Affiliate Rocks!!!


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drjec Premium
Sometimes its a matter of asking exactly write in your query. I have found that choosing words exactly in the title tends to work, but you do have to sort through lots of references.
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SophieKim Premium
I, myself, found it difficult to find a specific training that took place in the past. But someone suggested to search for the title where the search bar is on your main page or dashboard. Does not have to be the exact title but use key words and put Jay Neill’s name. I had been successful finding old webinars or training by Jay Neill using the search bar.

Evelyn
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JeffreyBrown Premium
Me too, Evelyn--using the method that you describe!

Jeff
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Only1Hugh Premium
While my response is not specific to training it is difficult at times to find the content you are looking for. The most recent experience is in locating the WA guidelines. It is listed under the Open Education Project. The OEP will not pop up if you put in guidelines or rules. So there seems that perhaps there is a little work overall that could go into making content more easily retrievable.
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1Rudy1 Premium
The search option is vastly improved Hugh! Check it out! You may be surprised!
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Only1Hugh Premium
I am sure it is. One thing about the platform is that there is continuous improvement.
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1Rudy1 Premium
Yes, they are respondent to our needs and have done well at making updates.
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Only1Hugh Premium
Agreed
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Christorv Premium Plus
This in part is true so is Rudy's comment. I assumed in the past may be that was why unlike other platforms where you are practically commanded to search for similar threads/posts, over here people re-post or ask similar questions repeatedly and never get penalized for it. It makes for a bit of clutter however I love it that way too- people dont waste time looking for too long reading through similar posts for answers
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webcash2us Premium
I use Jay's profile training often, you can sort by publish date, training rank, comments or views. With 504 of them so far and counting there's no shortage of good training from Jay.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/magistudios/training
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1Rudy1 Premium
Good to know, I didn't realize there was a way to sort them. Cool!
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maxmillion18 Premium
Thank you John. I also did not know that, and I am grateful that you have shared that with us.
But tbh, it would be useful to select a date and then choose one or two trainings before or after. Whereas, it seems I still need to know what the subject of the training was.
So thank you. At least I have something to work on and narrow the list down.
Best wishes
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1Rudy1 Premium
Great suggestion!

To find what you're looking for, you could check Jay's (magistudios) profile page and scroll through his trainings. You may find it there!

One way that will help us to find all trainings is list the trainings within a specific category or timeline.

There have been some improvements, specifically, the search bar here is spot on with finding the relative posts or trainings.

Now, if there was a way to track our comments so we could find them.

I know that I've offered some suggestions that I would like to use to create a checklist or a giveaway offer....

Rudy
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maxmillion18 Premium
Thanks Rudy. I did check Magistudios lists and the screenshot is of that list.
If you are further down the list, there is no information on what month it was (as far as I can see), unless you start each video, as he includes the date on the opening sequence.
It would help if they just had the actual date on them. Or a feature to sort by date.
Thanks for your input. Much appreciated.
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1Rudy1 Premium
Sure, you're welcome! Did you find what you're looking for?
You could always send Jay a pm and ask!

Rudy
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maxmillion18 Premium
Thanks Rudy. You are right that I could do that, but I didn't want to inconvenience him, if the answer was very obvious.
But if I have further difficulty with finding the specific training from Jay (or anyone else), I will ask them directly.
Best Regards
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1Rudy1 Premium
Sending one inquiry is not usually a bother.. to most people...especially when you're asking for their help!
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maxmillion18 Premium
Thank you. I believe you are right about not being a bother.
But .. I have seen some folk (particularly in various off-line training courses in my previous life), demand attention from the trainer.
In fact, I saw that "demand" attitude so often that I vowed never to do the same.
But logically, a single request should not be an issue for me or him.

Thanks for the heads up and the reassurance.
Best wishes
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1Rudy1 Premium
You're welcome! The good ones recognize authenticity and are more than willing to provide the answers....grin.

When we put ourselves out there as retrievable sources, we must be willing to respond graciously.

Rudy
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