The use of Levels, Badges and community "props" would be great. Would like to have the ability to create custom "actions" that qualify for badges and levels. Could even be used with Sensei where they only pass a class once they reach the metrics/actions of that particular course.
Achievement badges can now be awarded using the BadgeOS Sensei extension – http://www.woothemes.com/products/sensei-badgeos/
Read more about it in the blog announcement at http://www.woothemes.com/2013/09/empowered-and-educated-with-sensei/
As usual, if you have any trouble using the extension, please submit a support ticket via http://woothemes.zendesk.com/requests/new
Thanks for all your feedback!
The Woo Badgeos plugin addon does not work with most Woo themes e.g. WooCanvas
Hart Lee commented
BadgeOS-Sensei integration announced/posted today! (Copied from user opencredit on GitHub)
New BadgeOS Add-on Catalog:
yes please. I want to offer badges for course completion as well as actions such as inviting friends from social media platforms, watching videos, completing further study links, submitting assignment, etc. It is essential
Abdulrahman Hariri commented
What an excellent idea. I am starting some courses soon and having badges to increase interaction and social sharing would be great!
BadgeOS system seems nice. I think the gamification should be compatible with BBpres/BuddyPress also.
I have integrated with the BadgeOS system. Its pretty good.
John, you've hit the nail on the head, I'd love to see this!
I would love this as well both in a more "automated" way described below as well as doing education and courses which require manual grading and manual "pass/fail". Upon completion of such course also get badge (custom type with custom graphics).
I plan on doing a form of apprentenship for muscle gain /weight loss and upon confirming that the apprentice have met X goal will they be awarded the badge & be marked as completed the course etc.
+10k - for a Badges / Rewards system that connects with social networks!
Also consider integration with Mozilla's open badges. They allow for portable, open source badges.
'Achievements for WordPress' gives points.... we want badges.
Great badges to win would be..
1. When someone shares for the first time, 5th, 10th etc
2. Completing their first lesson
3. Completing their first course
4. Completing all the courses
5. Leaving a comment
6. Acing/perfect a quiz
7. Completing 5 quizes, 10, etc
8. Subscribing to the blog
9. Sharing a badge 10 times
Possibly a simple PSD template for creating fun badges to award to folks. Maybe you could even sell badge packs.
Nice! An integration with the Achievements plugin would be perfect!
Simon Smith commented
This coud be done with - Achievements for WordPress