Connect WP Courseware and WP Reset
To learn more about the "Course completed" trigger of the WP Courseware integration, or the WP Reset integration, simply click on the image below.
Supported triggers & actions for WP Courseware + WP Reset
Actions & Triggers
Triggers when a user completed a course within WP Courseware.
Triggers when a user completed a module within WP Courseware.
Triggers when a user completed a unit within WP Courseware.
Triggers when a user enrolled into a course within WP Courseware.
Course enroll user
Triggers when enroll a user to one or multiple courses within WP Courseware.
Course unenroll user
Triggers when unenroll a user from one or multiple courses within WP Courseware.
Clean uploads folder
Clean the WordPress uploads folder.
Delete custom tables
Delete custom tables.
Delete .htaccess file
Delete the .htaccess file.
Delete all plugins.
Delete all themes.
Delete all transients.
Truncate custom tables
Truncate custom tables.
How to connect WP Courseware + WP Reset
Get WP Courseware
You need access to WP Courseware to use it as a trigger.
Setup WP Reset
Make sure WP Reset is are set up and available.
Install WP Webhooks
Make sure that WP Webhooks is installed and activated on your WordPress website.Get WP Webhooks Automator
Create your automation workflow
Create a new automation workflow using WP Courseware + WP Reset.
About WP Courseware
WP Courseware is a learning management plugin for WordPress that allows you to create online courses with a simple drag and drop builder.Learn more about the WP Courseware integration
About WP Reset
WP Reset is a powerful plugin that allows you to reset certain parts of your WordPress website (or everything). It can also be used to clean up your WordPress site.Learn more about the WP Reset integration