When people share a common goal, a community forms around achieving it. Getting anywhere in life requires various skills, and the best people who can help us improve those, are other people. LifeLearn offers anyone a possibility to explore, learn and improve skills, regardless of who they are, where they come from, and most importantly, what do they wish to become.
The modest collection of skills and communities accessible through the app were created by curious experts as they’re exploring new ways to move their communities faster or closer to their goal. This has generated a steady increase in interest from world leading institutes and expert communities, and is in turn moving everyone closer to fixing learning across the globe and throughout the human lifespan. It’s a feat that might sound impossible, or implausible even, but it’s what we all desperately need in this day and age.
Note that you don’t need any account to test the app. Just skip the SMS authentication to continue anonymously. After that, you’ll end up into the following view.
Those blocks being scrolled are ‘steps’. Each step focuses on a certain part of learning something new. Two or more steps form the path, which is leading you, literally step by step, into new things. Each step usually contains one or more documents below their descriptions. Tapping a document opens it.
The path on the image is about using the LifeLearn app. Go ahead and give it a try on your phone. Next we’re talking about the path drawer which is accessed from the left screen edge. It can be also opened by tapping from the button at the top left of the screen.
Next on the list is the user drawer, containing relevant things for you. Think in terms of notifications, user timeline, user profile, and the like. It too opens with a swipe or from the button on the top right. User timeline combines events from all paths you’re collected to your path drawer.
The Path drawer only has one path when you first pick up this app. You can get more from the ‘+’ tab in the main view. Selecting an item from this list will place it to your path drawer and open the path for you.
There’s two more tabs in the main view. Chat and participants. The former is for chatting with other people on the path, and the latter for seeing who else is on the same path with you.
If you have any questions, you can have it answered by creating a new question by tapping a step action button with a speech bubble on it. If the step already has some questions, you can also see them here. Be sure to read them through before creating your own from the button on the screen bottom right.