Channels

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Introduction to channels
With Pluralsight, you can organize your learning experience—or your learners' experience—and align it with your company's goals. Combine courses, paths, and even content outside of Pluralsight to create a custom learning jour...
Creating a channel and adding content
Channels help you organize and prioritize the content you want to learn. In this article: Creating a channel Adding content to your channel Keeping your channel content up to date Sharing channels and controlling privacy settings ...
Editing channels
Once content is added to your channel, you have many options for modifying and customizing channels and content. Scroll to the bottom section for group plan only channels options , such as objectives and privacy settings. In this article: ...
Understanding the different roles in channels
In a group plan channel, there are three roles: owner , contributor , and member . As long as they have a Pluralsight license, owners, contributors, and members can view Pluralsight courses that are listed in the channel.  In addition, p...
Adding channel members, contributors, and owners
In a group plan channel, you can enhance your team's experience by sharing the channels you create. To do this, you can add members, teams, plans, and even the entire organization to your channel, and you can assign contributors and the chan...
Archiving a channel
Archiving a channel overview Who has access to this experience? Any channel owner or channel contributor. What does this experience do? Archiving a channel lets you move a channel from your personal or company channel to the archive tab on the...